Climate Savers Initiative 2007

The Climate Savers Computing Initiative was announced on the 12th of June, 2007 by more than thirty different high-tech companies such as Intel and Google in order to drive energy-efficient computing; saving 5.5 billion U$ in energy costs and reduce CO2 emissions by 54 million tons per year.

Everybody knows that since 1998, Google has come from a mere project at Standord to a world leader as a search engine software that has a commitment to knowledge distribution; Intel is a world leader in silicon innovation, developing new hardware that continually advances how people work and live.

An assortment of famous companies, have also given this same pledge; and reaching this goal by 2010 is most likely going to happen because the world is concerned with glaciers melting faster and faster and our computers are worsening the problem with inefficient energy consumption, even in down-time.

Climate Savers Computing Initiative is just one more way we can become focused about greenhouse gasses. Currently, we need to make better use of our computers, they need to use energy more efficiently, and we need to make sure that we are keeping them properly when not in use.

Learning to be one of the next climate savers through the computing initiative of tomorrow, is to work towards a clean and self-reliant utopia for the children of our children today.

Google Press – On Climate Saver Initiative


Posted in Sustainable by admin on June 15, 2007.

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