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atNorth joins iMasons Association

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atNorth has become a partner of the Infrastructure Masons (iMasons) Association.

An association of tech and digital infrastructure leaders from across the globe, iMasons’ vision is to ‘unite the builders of the digital age’ by promoting innovation and sustainability across the industry.

As part of the partnership, atNorth has also joined the iMasons Climate Accord (ICA). Established in February 2022, the ICA aims to bring together the digital infrastructure sector to make meaningful, sustained progress towards carbon neutrality. According to the ICA, it has set out to enable better reporting of how carbon is used in data centre materials, products and services.

“Joining the iMasons Climate Accord is a key strategic initiative for atNorth,” said Ásdís Ólafsdóttir, ESG Manager, atNorth.

“Right now, we are reminded of how important it is to place sustainability at the core of everything we do – from the products we buy to the electricity we consume. Carbon neutrality, net zero emissions, sustainable IT – these are more than buzz words, they are guiding principles that all businesses need to live by. The Climate Accord from iMasons is the perfect example of helping to guide our industry through much-needed changes and regulations in order to achieve sustainability and walk our talk. We look forward to collaborating with our colleagues to support the ICA’s incredible work.”

Dean Nelson, Chairman and Founder of Infrastructure Masons, added, “We bring industry leaders together in a way that hasn’t been done before, to facilitate unprecedented collaboration between digital infrastructure companies in order to make meaningful and sustained progress towards our goals.

“We welcome atNorth to our members base at a crucial time and look forward to collaborating with the team to help our industry reduce carbon and work towards a sustainable future.”

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