Round-up: UK Green IT survey

Practical environmental charity Global Action Plan has launched in-depth research on attitudes towards environmental sustainability among the UK IT community.


The research paper, entitled 'An Inefficient Truth', launched on Tuesday at the House of Commons. It used the findings from a survey of green IT practices conducted by Computerworld UK and backed by Logicalis.

The paper details the state of environmental awareness amongst the UK IT community and what steps are being taken to reduce IT's impact on the environment.

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