Konstantin Emelyanov - Fotolia
- - Community Member 19 Apr 2016
- 25 Apr 2012
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Putting green IT, sustainability and lean thinking into a business context.
The global cleantech sector has emerged as viable, thriving and future-oriented. Once fuelled by fledgling start-up companies emerging with marketable ideas, products and services, cleantech today ...
The Department of Energy & Climate Change has announced a new consultation process on the
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Osborne set to kill off CRC energy efficiency scheme
The Software Improvement Group in Amsterdam is working with the Hogeschool van Amsterdam to help make software more energy efficient for organisations and consumers.
Software Improvement Group and Knowledge Network Green Software have identified ways to deliver quick wins towards energy efficient software applications
The International Telecommunications Union has said it will be using the Durban COP 17 conference in South Africa this week to promote ICT technologies as the 21st century's most valuable ...
The Environment Agency has published the initial CRC Performance League Table
The league table associated with the Carbon Reduction Commitment (CRC) energy efficiency scheme is now expected to be published in November
A blog post from Andrew Winston has suggested that those considering future sustainability solutions could learn a few lessons from the recently departed Steve Jobs
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The Carbon Trust has launched a new service to provide companies and organisations with independent verification of their corporate carbon footprints.
In a guest blog, Tracey Rawling Church, Director of Brand and Reputation at Kyocera Mita UK explains why low carbon thinking means the public sector must stop buying printers
A report by the Carbon Disclosure Project has suggested that companies that implement policies to reduce carbon emissions perform better on the stock market compared with those that do not.
A recent survey has shown that sustainability is the term most used by companies to describe their energy efficiency initiatives. Meanwhile Hewlett Packard and Microsoft have become casualties of ...
Google has just launched a Web page detailing its annual energy use and carbon footprint impact as well as a study on powering email using the Cloud