Hardware manufacturer TP-Link has joined MobileMuster’s recycling program, responsible for collecting and maintaining telecommunications e-waste products.
The construction of a new solar farm in regional New South Wales marks NBN Co’s commitment to 100% renewable electricity purchases from December 2025.
Switzerland-based telecommunications provider Swisscom has claimed it has switched to 100% Swiss-generated renewable energy, reducing its energy requirement by 80%.
Local businesses are disposing rugged devices such as handhelds, scanners, and barcode readers prematurely despite committing sustainability goals, according to research from enterprise mobility solutions…
Not all Australian business leaders are confident in the ability of their people to make the right call in some issues, and has instead turned…
GUEST OPINION: The topic of ESG has never been more in the spotlight. As shareholders, investors, customers, and the public increasingly hold organisations to a…
By 2025, carbon emissions of hyperscale cloud services will be a top three criterion when purchasing cloud, according to research firm Gartner.
Monday, 03 March 2014 07:05

Apple defends green policy

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A conservative climate change denialist group has criticised Apple for using renewable energy at the expense of the company's bottom line. CEO Tim Cook says…
There’s been a fair bit of commentary the last couple of weeks about a provocative report on the electricity consumption of the IT industry.

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