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Green ICT MapOur map shows those organisations already committed to reducing their ICT related carbon footprint. If you are ready to join them, click the join button to sign up and tell us what you are doing within your organisation.Search:
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Solutions DatabaseThis Green ICT database was put together as an aid for ICTDownload
professionals, and other interested parties, to help them consider
different methods of reducing the carbon footprint of their ICT use.
What is it?This includes changing the way people work or use ICT, policy measures, strategic management approaches, awareness campaigns etc
- Look for quick wins to build momentum in your ICT strategy.
- Challenge existing ICT practices.
- Persuade ICT Managers of the value of energy efficiency.
- Use carbon ROI in business cases.
- Consider outsourcing data centres to companies which may be able to run them more efficiently.
- In still in people the need to turn off equipment when not in use.
- Use Internet and e-mail sparingly.
Sector StatisticsThis is Bristol's ICT footprint broken down by business sectors. It also depicts the impact of a 34% reduction by 2020 and 80% by 2050 in line with the UK Climate Change Act.
Green ICT ChampionsExemplar project case studies from
organisations around Bristol.
- Avon IM&T Consortium
- Bristol City Council
- Bristol Wireless
- Ethical IT
- First Great Western
- North Bristol NHS Trust
- University of Bristol
- University of West of England
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