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Going green in a tech-driven world

November 19, 2010 No Comments

Even as the climate change and global warming are growing as a major threat to the equilibrium of the world, some major players in the Indian information and communication technology came forward to ‘go green’ and lead the efforts to save the earth.

The round table conference on ‘Decarbonized Economy’ organized by CIOL and Greenpeace here on Thursday evening, revolved around the threats that technological advancements bring to the world and the ways to tackle it.

On the occasion, Greenpeace executive director Kumi Naidoo highlighted in his presentation that globally information and communication technology sector is responsible for 2 per cent of the global emission and by 2020 it is expected to rise to 4 per cent.

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