From an estimated 50 million tons of e-waste produced each year, only 15-20% of e-waste is recycled; rest goes directly to landfill. – Wikipedia
A typical passenger vehicle emits about 4.6 metric tons of carbon dioxide per year. -The United States Environmental Protection Agency
By 2025, data centers will amount to ICT’s largest share of global electricity production at 33%.
– A paper published by researcher Anders Andrae
All these numbers bring in to the fact that today, there is a need to ‘Go Green,’ and these environmental issues are receiving unprecedented attention from individuals, businesses, and governments around the world. And that’s why the concept and the use of Green IT or Green Computing are emerging.
Simply put, Green Computing is the eco-friendly use of computer and its resources. It involves using computing resources in such a way that it has no or less impact on the environment. Such practices include using energy-efficient CPUs, servers, peripherals and proper disposal of electronic waste.
In this video, understand the concept of Green Computing and find the answers to the following questions through the story of Zack.
– What is Green Computing?
– Why there is a need to ‘Go Green’ and ‘Think Green’?
– How to implement Green IT in the in your business?
Go green and let your business contribute to the eco-friendly environment!
#GreenComputing #GreenIT #GoGreen
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