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Luis Neves

GeSI Chairman/Group Climate Change and Sustainability Officer, Deutsche Telekom

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Malcolm Johnson

Deputy Secretary-General

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Director – Enterprise Sustainability, AT&T

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Head of Sustainability, Oceania - Fujitsu Australia Limited

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Author - Malcolm Johnson

Deputy Secretary-General

Malcolm Johnson

Malcolm Johnson was elected ITU Deputy Secretary-General in October 2014 and took office on 1 January 2015. From 2007 to 2014, he served as Director of ITU's Telecommunication Standardization Bureau, spearheading activities in areas including cybersecurity, climate change and accessibility. Between 2003-2006 he served as International Coordinator at the United Kingdom’s Office of Communications (Ofcom), and was Director of the UK Radiocommunications Agency from 1992-2003. Johnson has an MSc and a BSc from the University of Wales, Cardiff. He is a Chartered Engineer, a Fellow of the Institution of Engineering and Technology, and an Academician of the International Telecommunication Academy. He is married with one daughter.


Digital solutions to achieve the SDGs

Malcolm Johnson | May 18, 2016

During this week’s WSIS Forum a special session presented a sneak preview of the much anticipated ‘System Transformation’ report which presents early research and new data on how digital solutions will drive progress towards the sustainable development goals. The full report, produced by GeSI and Accenture in cooperation with ITU, will receive its full global launch in June 2016.

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Big Data for big impact: Let’s accelerate sustainability progress

Malcolm Johnson | May 17, 2017

We now live in an era of exponential growth for data flows driven by the proliferation of connected objects in the Internet of Things (IoT) ecosystem.

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