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Methodologies for the assessment of environmental impacts of ICT Introduction Ahmed Zeddam, Chairman, ITU-T SG5. ITU Symposium ICTs, the Environment and Climate Change 29-31 May 2012 - Montreal (Canada). Agenda. Introduction : question on methodologies

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Methodologies for the assessment of environmental impacts of ICT IntroductionAhmed Zeddam, Chairman, ITU-T SG5

ITU Symposium

ICTs, the Environment and Climate Change

29-31 May 2012 - Montreal (Canada)

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Agenda

  • Introduction : question on methodologies
  • Recommendation L.1400 : Overview and general principles
question on methodologies 18 5 3 recommendations published 3 recommendations under preparation
Question on methodologies (18/5) 3 recommendations published3 recommendations under preparation

L.1400 Overview and general principles, available on the ITU-T website

L.1410 Environmental impact of ICT goods, networks and services

available on the ITU-T website

L.1420 Environmental impact of ICT in organisations

available on the ITU-T website

L.1430 Environmental impact of ICT projects (consent expected in 2012)

L.1440 Environmental impact of ICT in countries (consent expected in 2012- 2013)

L.1450 Environmental impact of ICT in cities (consent expected in 2012-2013)

Question on methodologies

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recommendation l 1400 purpose
Recommendation L.1400 : purpose

The Recommendation ITU-T L.1400 presents general principles on assessing the environmental impact of information and communication technologies (ICT) and outlines the different methodologies that are being developed:

• Assessment of the environmental impact of ICT goods, networks, and services

• Assessment of the environmental impact of ICT in organizations

• Assessment of the environmental impact of ICT projects

• Assessment of the environmental impact of ICT in cities

• Assessment of the environmental impact of ICT in countries or group of countries.

L.1400 Overview and general principles

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l 1400 general principles to follow
L.1400 : General principles to follow
  • Assessment of environmental impacts should be performed on a full life-cycle perspective for goods, networks and services
  • Boundaries should be selected, quoted, documented and made available for verification
  • Quantification methodologies should be selected, quoted, documented and made available for verification
  • Reliable data should be researched. Used data should be quoted, documented and made available for verification
  • Bias and uncertainties should be documented and reduced as far as it is practicable
  • It should be noted that results of assessments may vary significantly depending upon the selection of boundaries, the quantification methodologies selected and data used

L.1400 Overview and general principles

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