Climate Savers Computing Initiative

June 12, 2007 at 11:11 pm | Posted in Climate change, Climate heroes, Climate Savers, Global warming | 1 Comment

Intel and Google Join with Dell, EDS, EPA, HP, IBM, Lenovo, Microsoft, PG&E, World Wildlife Fund and Others to Launch Climate Savers Computing InitiativeIntel and Google Join with Dell, EDS, EPA, HP, IBM, Lenovo, Microsoft, PG&E, World Wildlife Fund and Others to Launch Climate Savers Computing Initiative

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Broad Effort Organized to Drive Energy-Efficient Computing; Goal to Save $5.5 Billion in Energy Costs and Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions by 54 Million Tons Per Year*

MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Intel Corporation and Google Inc. joined with Dell, EDS, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), HP, IBM, Lenovo, Microsoft, PG&E, World Wildlife Fund (WWF) and more than 25 additional organizations today announced the Climate Savers Computing Initiative (www.climatesaverscomputing.org). The goal of the new broad-based environmental effort is to save energy and reduce greenhouse gas emissions by setting aggressive new targets for energy-efficient computers and components, and promoting the adoption of energy-efficient computers and power management tools worldwide.

Read the rest of today’s Press Release and visit the Climate Savers Computing Initiative website to sign up!

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Why do we need to save our climate, why now, and … why me? We all know doubters and it is often hard to respond to their assertions.

WWF big panda logoStudents and teachers looking for answers to climate change questions manufactured by denialists and propagated by skeptics may find help at WWF.

Click on the panda to see WWF’s easy-to-use index to a famous Grist list giving tips on how to respond to a climate skeptic.

I became a member of WWF more than thirty years ago—when it was known as World Wildlife Fund—and have supported the work of WWF since.

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  1. Brilliant! It seems only last week that you were responding to a question along the lines of “where are the engineers providing commercially-viable answers to climate change?” To which the answer now seems to be, “Everywhere. Just open your eyes.”


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