Ways forward

January 2008
Becoming a Winner in a Low-Carbon Economy: IT Solutions That Hel;2008, p6
The article provides information related to the opportunities offered by information technology (IT) in various sectors to reduce carbon dioxide emission. It is mentioned that IT plays an important role in combating climate change. It is suggested that the companies have to support government to spread the use of information technology in reduction of carbon dioxide emission through various campaign.


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