Learn about the current state of green computing, which refers to the practice of designing, manufacturing, using, and disposing of computing resources in an environmentally friendly way.
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State of Green Computing: Sustainable IT Trends
Roberta Zouain, Business Clients Platform Manager, Intel
Rustom Patel, Surface Product Marketing Manager, Microsoft
Brent Smiley, VP, Green4Good, Compugen
Chris Turner, Expert on Sustainability & Cleantech
The demand for computing resources is growing rapidly, leading to an increase in energy consumption and carbon emissions. This trend is expected to continue in the future.
Green computing can help reduce the environmental impact of computing by using energy-efficient hardware, improving the efficiency of software, and adopting sustainable practices in data centers.
Renewable energy sources such as solar, wind, and hydro power can be used to power data centers, reducing their carbon footprint.
The circular economy approach can be applied to computing by reusing, refurbishing, and recycling electronic devices, components, and materials.
Governments, businesses, and individuals can play a role in promoting green computing by implementing policies, investing in sustainable technologies, and adopting eco-friendly practices.
Overall, green computing is an important area of focus for addressing the environmental impact of computing. By adopting sustainable practices and technologies, we can reduce energy consumption, carbon emissions, and waste, while promoting a more circular and sustainable economy.