Chinese ingenuity scoops Grand Prix at Green Awards

I attended the Green Awards last week and met some interesting people from Microsoft on the sustainability side, Business Green, Alchemy Relocation, University of Reading and Green IT specialist VeryPC

Secretary of State Chris Huhne said a few words pre-Cancun and Sir David Attenborough picked up a Lifetime Achievement Award. But the highlight for me was the ingenuity shown by the Chinese in this stunning advertising idea from the China Enivronmental Protection Foundation, creating a Green pedestrian crossing and picking up the Grand Prix award. There’s nothing about Green IT in this story; but it’s just a brilliant idea. 

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