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ICTs: Building the green city of the future”. Session 1: ICTs and the reduction of GHG emissions. ICT impact and the benefit. Why GHC emission Impact of ICT lower but important The benefit of iCT. Carbon emission & ICT effort, *SMART 2020. ICT accounts for 1.25%. ICT helps to cut 15%.

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ICTs: Building the green city of the future”

Session 1: ICTs and the reduction of GHG emissions


Ict impact and the benefit
ICT impact and the benefit

  • Why GHC emission

  • Impact of ICT lower but important

  • The benefit of iCT


Carbon emission & ICT effort, *SMART 2020

ICT accounts for 1.25%

ICT helps to cut 15%

… final goal is to lower the entire society’s carbon emission through ICT innovation

*SMART 2020, released by GeSI in 2008


Program
Program

  • Arthur Levin (ITU/TSB): ICTs as a tool to combat Climate Change: An overview

  • Xia Zhang, Senior Engineer, China Academy of Telecommunications Research, MIIT: Reducing carbon from ICTs - Promote the universal power chargers for ICT devices

  • Raja Aida Binti Raja Shaharuddin, Student's Project/Seminar Coordinator, College of Science & Technology, UTM International Campus, Malaysia: Restructuring towards Green Computer Lab and Data Centre

  • Nakarmi Bikash, J. Sangirov, M. Rakib Uddin, Y. H. Won, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Photonic Energy and Signal processing Lab, Daejeon, Republic of Korea: Efficient Approach Towards Energy Minimized Optical Network

  • Yang Yang, Professor, Shanghai Research Center for Wireless Communications (WiCO), China: Cooperative Wireless Networks for Better Green Services

  • Daniel Mauricio Amaya Madrid, Universidad Distrital Francisco José de Caldas, Bogotá, Colombia: Wireless Networks for trade community


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