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The big three environmental, social and corporate governance reporting frameworks duke it out.
March 14, 2016 by Donato Calace
The world's largest semiconductor producer says its newest data center will save 2.21 million kilowatt-hours of electricity and eliminate 1,350 tons of carbon emissions a year.
November 7, 2011 by Derek Top
GE unveils a new $48-million data center that serves its global appliances and lighting business.<br />
August 18, 2011 by Leslie Guevarra
The IT industry group is trying to standardize and increase the reliability of data center energy efficiency standards by issuing detailed guidelines for how to measure and report Power Usage Effectiveness.
May 18, 2011 by Matthew Wheeland
The new CEEDA certification, developed by the British Computer Society, aims to bring a green focus to data center operations.
January 12, 2011 by Matthew Wheeland
Nearly 18 months after opening up the certification to the entire world, the Green Electronics Council has appointed six organizations as certified qualifying bodies, allowing for even further expansion of the EPEAT system.
December 7, 2010 by Matthew Wheeland
An exposé from the Sacramento Bee explores the complexities for companies and individuals that want to recycle their electronics responsibly, and in the process finds that even certified green recycler ERI exports hazardous waste abroad.
December 1, 2010 by Matthew Wheeland
Climate Corps fellows investigating energy efficiency opportunities at FedEx data centers are finding a lot to like about the new Energy Star Data Center label. But with the label still in its infancy, the fellows are also finding some shortcomings that could be easily fixed.
July 15, 2010 by Megan Chavez and Ryan Campbell
A new specialized green IT certification exam from CompTIA grades IT workers on familiarity with the latest energy efficient practices.
March 30, 2010 by GreenerComputing Staff
<a href='http://bacardilimited.com/'>Bacardi Ltd.</a>, the world's largest privately held spirits company, cut greenhouse gas emissions 9.2 percent in the last fiscal year by increasing efficiencies and the use of renewable energy, while <a href='http://www.us.kpmg.com/'>KPMG LLP</a> shrank its carbon footprint in the U.S. by reducing air travel, use of electricity and waste.
February 22, 2010 by GreenBiz Editors