Will local government be able to match central government’s ‘carbon neutral ICT within four years’ goal? This key question, asked in LGITU editorial back in July 2008, instigated the research programme ‘Green Veneer or Green Revolution’. When Cabinet Office minister, Tom Watson, announced the government’s aim to make energy consumption of its ICT estate carbon neutral within four years – and carbon neutral throughout its entire lifetime, including manufacture and disposal by 2020 – the British government became the first in the world to tackle the carbon footprint of its own computer systems. See this report for more information.
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2011 Fayetteville State University Sustainability Report
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Going green ideas - how to go green. This guide will show you practical things you can do to change to a green lifestyle. It covers solar and wind power for your home, home heating, home energy saving, growing your own food, electric vehicles, green jobs, and other going green tips and ideas. Going green is not difficult!
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http://www.ccsprojects.com/ – CCS Presentation Systems partner Creston used their Creston QuickMedia system to control & monitor AV sources and displays in all the public spaces in the US Green Building Council’s Headquarters in Washington DC. All rooms in this LEED certified building have a local AV control system, networked together to provide monitoring and automated shutdown of systems after normal working hours. Crestron RoomView asset management software is used to view & control the power aspects of all rooms, along with the scheduling of rooms, from a single location.
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Green Building Evolution is an annual publication of the Green Building Council of Australia, released each year at Green Cities, the GBCA's green building conference. Green Building Evolution features the latest global research, statistics and trends, together with case studies that highlight Australia's world leading position in sustainable building.
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Your sixteen page guide to going green... from playing conkers to cutting down on food waste
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this book was made to show a different design technique
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Our Fifth Annual Going Green issue highlights local busineses and goverment efforts to be more environmentally aware and energy sustainable. We're big on being green here at the Downtowner and appreciate other businesses who are as well! Also in this issue, we feature the great food at Bella Monica (think old school Italian) and casual dining at Joel Lane's Public House. We discover a hidden speakeasy at C. Grace in the midst of Glenwood South and Jessica tells readers all about Spring Fashion tips from local boutiques. Regular columns Local History and Great Places bring us a glimpse of the Raleigh's past, and Max discusses the cool exhibits at CAM and Gallery C in @Art. NCSU students win this year's Disney challenge and we meet Dante Brown, one of the Downtown Raleigh Ambassadors.
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A Barnsley Chronicle Supplement promoting the cut back of fuel emissions, solar panels, double glazing etc.
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Given the success of the original 2006 Report, the 2008 edition of the Dollars and Sense of Green Building report aims outline changes and how the understanding of 'green' has evolved. It also reviews what has been learned from case studies, improvements in the rating tools, industry practices and knowledge as well as the new cost benchmarks, business benefits and economics of green buildings. Having set out the current position this Report examines realistic future goals and targets, continuing barriers, and the actions required to enable the industry to continue to move forward.
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