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Becoming Greener Guest Series: Iceotope

Currently, the vast majority of data centres blow air across their electronics to cool them. In doing so, very significant amounts of electricity, water, and space are consumed. Despite the industry’s efforts to optimise efficiency, data centres contribute around 1% of total global energy consumption – and growing – coupled with very significant water consumption.

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The Last Push to the Clean Power Era

The power infrastructure in the UK is in a major transitional phase and with the PM stating that all of the UK’s electricity is going to come from clean energy sources by 2035; as COP26 progresses we expect more news on the clean power era to come.

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Becoming Greener: The Corporate Sustainability Summit

Last Thursday, we were proud to host Becoming Greener: The Corporate Sustainability Summit as part of the 2021 Leeds Digital Festival. Individual behaviour changes will only get us so far on the road to a more sustainable planet. What we really need is for companies and organisations to get fully behind the green movement to ensure their practices have as little negative environmental impact as possible.

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Becoming Greener Guest Series: Powerstar

We love anything relating to energy. We love it even more when it’s technical. And we love it, even more, when it’s being used for the greater good: to reduce the effects of climate change.

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Green is the New Black for Facilities Management

In light of the UN’s recent Climate Change Report 2021, it’s never been more black-and-white: climate change is widespread, rapid, and intensifying. We’ve all got a part to play in limiting climate change; it’s a time-sensitive case of now or never.

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Achieving Sustainability in Supply Chains

Effectively speaking directly to the logistics and supply chain sectors, the 1987 Brundtland Report defines sustainable development as ‘producing and distributing goods in a sustainable way, taking account of environmental, financial, and social factors’.

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Climate Accountability and How to Stop the World From Burning

As the pandemic seems to find stability, an old antagonist beckons. While it had been briefly forgotten, the global climate crisis is, rightfully, back in the public eye. Only this time, the situation is far more dire than ever before, says the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC).

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