CGI in the UK has partnered with leading academic institutions to launch a new research program called Sustainability Exploration Environmental Data Science (SEEDS), supported by the United Nations.

SEEDS aims to accelerate knowledge transfer from academia to industry and
developing technological solutions in areas such as climate mitigation and adaptation, natural capital accounting, chemical and waste reduction and supply chain sustainability.

Commenting on the programme, Dr Alexander Radu, Director of Postgraduate Studies in the Faculty of Life Sciences at Keele University, said: “Issues
that we face today are challenging and require many multidisciplinary solutions. The SEEDS approach provides an excellent platform for the effective exchange of knowledge between all stakeholders and the development of fit-for-purpose and sustainable solutions.”

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CGI launches SEEDS initiative

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