Google has obtained ISO 50001 certification for its energy management systems in six datacentre facilities across the US
Bolton College has opened a new £80,000 construction centre specialising in teaching environmentally friendly technology to the next generation of property developers.
The Green Electronics Council is teaming up with UL Environment to add a mobile device category to the EPEAT green electronics registry.
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Richard Spencer, Head of Sustainability, Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales comments
"Sustainability is one of the most important concerns for business and society today. IT plays a compelling role as both part of the problem and an essential part of the solution.
Keeping up-to-date on green IT practice is fundamental for companies trying to improve their environmental performance and www.destinationgreenit.com makes doing this easy."
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At Toshiba, environmental considerations are built into management.
At Lexmark, our design efforts focus on minimizing the environmental impacts of our products and offering products with social benefits in these essential areas.
Acer is fully aware of the potential impact our products may have on the environment. Hence, our product design takes into consideration the ways to reduce environmental loading from the outset of production, in addition to user needs, functionality and added value.
International environmental regulations can roughly be divided into three categories: chemicals, energy efficiency, [...]
Cisco believes that information technology has the power to transform the way the world manages its environmental and energy challenges. The information technology network can be a platform for green innovations that allow us to work, live, play and learn in a more environmentally-friendly way.
Cisco is encouraged to see portals such as Destination Green IT facilitating the sharing of ideas and information.
Co-chair of Cisco’s EcoBoard
I think the work that Destination Green IT is doing is to be commended, the sensible and practical examples that are being presented are a step forward in the challenge for Green IT and the positive focus required by manufacturers.
Head of IT, Hampshire County Council
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David Fatscher, ICT Sector Content Manager, BSI British Standards comments
"In these uncertain times, smarter working in your IT department can save energy and money. Destination Green IT is a key forum for manufacturers, suppliers and users of ICT equipment, discussing ways of creating more sustainable IT solutions."
Green IT is rising to the top of many agendas. Intel is playing a key role in helping the IT marketplace to achieve increased efficiency and improving performance.
A credible and focused Green IT information hub, www.destinationgreenIT.com offers a strategic communication channel and is spearheading thinking on the reality and future of green IT.
Intel Channel Development
Making genuine progress on Green IT will require high-quality, trustworthy information, and we believe that Destination Green IT can act not only as a forum for discussion on this vital topic, but can also become a practical hub for data on energy efficiency.
Research Director, Butler Group