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Green Desktop Infrastructure: An Approach to Reduce Carbon FootprintWe highlight the need for green desktops and a transformational solution and reference architecture to implement a ’future-ready’ cloud-enabled Green Desktop Computing framework. Green Desktop Infrastructure: An Approach to Reduce Carbon Footprint
  • Low-carbon Freight Logistics for the 21st Century Demand for electric power is flattening out in OECD countries after a steady rise, and growth is shifting to the developing world. China and India are expected to invest a full 3-5% of their GDP in building their power system between now and 2035. We examine how utilities can navigate through the rapidly evolving power landscape, in which the consumer will play a pivotal role.
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    Billions of tonnes of waste are generated from businesses across the world. Growing political and societal awareness of these effects is increasing pressure on businesses. Supply chains need to, therefore, dramatically reduce raw material requirements and move toward zero-waste processing cycles in which resources are completely recycled or reused. In this white paper, we make the case for overhauling today’s supply chains. The crux of this change will be to build closed-loop supply chains enabling cradle-to-cradle material flows.
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  • Today, companies are compelled to take into account the impact of their activities on global warming and its resultant impact on various ecosystems. The media is also quick to link companies with suppliers who follow environmentally-unfriendly policies, especially in the event of a catastrophe. However, the “how” to green a supply chain still remains a vague thought for many companies. Here, we elaborate on some specific solutions and technologies that companies could adopt as part of their practice.
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    The pursuit of green business for environmental sustainability seems to be largely misguided because we tend think of green business as a cost. On the contrary, it could be a new mantra for efficiency, especially when defined using clear business goals. In this article, we define green business not only as an environmental goal, but also as a unique approach to the business lifecycle. Read how IT can show more business value in the process.
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