Technology & Innovation

Podcast | Investing and reinvention: tech’s role in rolling back climate change

January 20, 2021

Asia

Podcast | Investing and reinvention: tech’s role in rolling back climate change

January 20, 2021

Asia
Jason Wincuinas
Editor, The Economist Intelligence Unit

Based in Hong Kong, Jason is a senior editor of thought leadership research for Asia. He covers the region from Australia to India but has a background of business in China and Hong Kong. 

A Boston native, Jason has worked and travelled in Asia since the 1990s, settling permanently in Hong Kong since 2009. Before joining the Economist Group he was managing editor for Campaign Asia, covering all aspects of the marketing industry—from the implementation of technology to ad creative, to consumer research.

Prior to that, Jason's professional focus was in finance and technology, working in both investment and engineering firms. He also spent a decade of his career heading a manufacturing and import company, bringing goods from China’s factories to the US retail market. Some of his most formative work has been as a freelance writer and stay-at-home dad.   

Jason received a BA in English from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst with study at the University of Sheffield in Yorkshire, UK. 

Investing and reinvention: tech’s role in rolling back climate change

In this episode, senior editor Jason Wincuinas speaks to Hal Hodson, The Economist’s Asia technology correspondent, about established and emerging technologies that have potential to reduce carbon footprints and make headway against climate change.

To learn more about investing in climate change mitigation, read Tech imperative: Looking beyond ESG investing to reinvent the future, a report by The Economist Intelligence Unit.

The Economist's recent coverage on technology: The roaring 20s? Towards a new era of innovation

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