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Greening IT by Adrian Thomas Sobotta, et al.

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Greening IT
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Publisher: Greening IT Initiative
ISBN/ASIN: 8791936020
ISBN-13: 9788791936029
Number of pages: 283

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IT industry can provide the technological solutions we need to optimise resource use, save energy and reduce greenhouse gas emissions. We call this Greening IT. This book looks into the great potential of greening society with IT - i.e. the potential of IT in transforming our societies into Low-Carbon societies.

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