Wider use of information technology in energy generation, transport, building and industry could cut carbon footprint by the equivalent of annual US emissions
IT could help cut carbon emissions by 5.8 billion tonnes of CO2 against business-as-usual levels by 2020, a figure roughly equivalent to the annual emissions of the US. That is the conclusion of a...
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