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More silicon, less carbon
In fighting climate change, are computers part of the problem or part of the solution?
GeSI: A platform for ICT companies and stakeholders to contribute towards e-sustainability
The report examined five areas in which the ICT sector could enable other sectors to reduce their carbon emissions.
Growth-Hungry Bakrie Telecom Plans On Going Green to Stay in the Black
Bakrie Telecom is hoping to boost growth through data services while also focusing on increasing efficiency and reducing carbon dioxide emissions.
Conference calls on ITC firms go green
Telecommunications companies should apply environmentally friendly programs to preserve nature and reduce the effects of climate change, according to a conference on information and communication techonlogy (ICT) on Monday.
Times of India - E -waste contains $21 billion worth gold and silver_ Experts
Dabbling in ewaste may just be the next gold rush.
A transformative step towards a low-carbon economy, ITU News Magazine 2011
What ICT can do to make our world more sustainable
E-goods gobble up gold, silver
Personal computers, mobile phones, tablet computers and other electronic items gobble up a staggering 320 tonnes of gold and 7,500 tonnes of silver worldwide, experts say.
Communicating global e-sustainability solutions, Climate Action 2009
The Global e-Sustainability Initiative (GeSI) is an international non-profit organisation dedicated to communicating how the ICT industry can address and provide solutions for environmental issues.
Gaianews - Italy - Oro e argento nei rifiuti tecnologici, una vera miniera d'oro oggi sprecata _
I depositi di rifiuti ad alta tecnologia contengono metalli preziosi per un valore stimato di 21 miliardi di dollari, di cui solo il 15% viene attualmente recuperato attraverso il riciclo.
Eos Wetenschap - Dutch - Bovengrondse 'goudmijnen' onderbenut
Van de 320 ton goud die jaarlijks in elektronica wordt gebruikt, wordt slecht 15 procent gerecycled.