• GeSI Statement on the mining of metals
    GeSI Statement on the mining of metals
    Post Date: 2010-09-03The Global e-Sustainability Initiative (GeSI) is extremely concerned about poor social and environmental practices in some mine sites and within portions of the metals supply chains which supply raw materials to the Information Communications Technology (ICT) industry. Mining activities that fuel co...

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  • Universal mobile charger
    Universal mobile charger
    Post Date: 2010-06-17GeSI Members have identified the Universal Mobile Charger as a key standardisation topic. More than one billion new handsets are marketed each year and most of them are replacing older models. Most of the old power supplies need to be destroyed even if still operational since they are not compatible...

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  • The e-Skills manifesto is out and GeSI is part of it
    The e-Skills manifesto is out and GeSI is part of it
    Post Date: 2010-06-08GeSI’s contribution to the e-Skills Manifesto shows how e-skills and ICT go hand in hand to enable the transition to a low-carbon economy. In a chapter entitled “Green Matters”, GeSI outlines the carbon-reducing potential of ICT with practical examples such as smart grids, and reviews efforts to put...

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