Technology in the fight against climate change

Towards a zero emission network

How you can use network technology to make dramatic cuts in your energy use and reduce long-term carbon emissions to zero? As traffic grows, energy consumption tends to rise as networks are extended, but it doesn’t have to be like that. Join this expert webinar for an insight into how you can call a halt to the ever-spiralling use of energy.

Topics covered

  • Decouple growing data traffic from CO2 emissions
  • The role of networks in fighting climate change
  • Solutions for energy efficiency
  • How operators across the world are making a difference

Who should attend

People interested in cutting their energy spend, understanding environmental targets and using network technology to minimize energy consumption and shrink their carbon footprint.


Minna Aila

Vice President, Corporate Affairs


Minna has well over ten years of experience in sustainability in different business sectors. She is currently Vice President, Corporate Affairs, at Nokia, responsible for communications, government relations and corporate responsibility. She has held senior leadership positions in two other listed global companies, Outotec and Elcoteq. She has also worked for the financial sector, as well as served the European Commission for ten years.

Harry Kuosa

Marketing Manager


Harry looks after Nokia Single RAN and Zero Emission marketing . His passion for making radio access networks simpler and easier to operate is matched by his desire to promote the business benefits of environmentally-friendly solutions for a greener world. He holds a BSc in electrical engineering and has presented papers at many conferences.

Pia Tanskanen

Head of Environment


Pia is heading the environmental management at Nokia. She holds Licentiate of Technology degree in Chemical Engineering from Lappeenranta University of Technology in Finland and holds 15+ years of experience in sustainability (environmental and social responsibility) topics in the industry.

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