If you've no account register here first time
User Name :
User Email :
Password :

Login Now

ICT Industry Slow To Embrace Low Carbon Economy

information_communication_technology.jpgAccording to a study by Gartner and the World Wide Fund for Nature, the information and communication technology industry has been slow to embrace the low carbon economy and are missing out on opportunities.

Gartner and the World Wide Fund for Nature invited 24 global ICT providers to participate in a five- section study on their commitment to tackling climate change. The first three examined how providers run their business internally, their supply chain, and how well they communicate their work on impact on climate change. The remaining two looked at the extent to which the providers are focusing on climate change as a commercial opportunity.

The survey found that of the 15 vendors that responded to the survey, Fujitsu, HP and IBM did well in virtually every category. While nine providers, Accenture, Acer, AT&T, Deutsche Telekom, EDS, Microsoft, Oracle, Sun and TCS chose not to participate.

Self-professed leaders, such as Nokia, Ericsson, Google, Nortel, Cisco, SAP and Wipro, all lacked an overall GHG target, according to the study. Google was singled out for not having an environmental policy, while Nortel and Cisco were reported as having bland and non-committal policies.

Staying Ahead of the Curve: Strategies for Managing Emerging Regulations (NAEM)
Sponsored By: VelocityEHS

Choosing the Correct Emission Control Technology
Sponsored By: Anguil Environmental Systems

How Tracking/Managing Energy Consumption Drives Real Cost Savings
Sponsored By: Digital Lumens

Environmental Leader Product and Project Awards 2017
Sponsored By: Environmental Leader


Leave a Comment

Translate »