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SoftIron Measures Its Carbon Footprint to Make a Point

Since its founding in 2012, London-based software-defined storage provider SoftIron has been making its case for what it calls secure provenance: a term that encompasses the company’s rigorous accounting ...Full Article

Nvidia Powers Scientific Digital Twins with Modulus, Omniverse

An accurate digital twin can be a boon to scientific endeavors, from recreating individual buildings in a city to understand energy use to recreating the Earth’s climate system to ...Full Article

As the Energy Industry Transforms, AI Automation is Its Next Opportunity

The global energy system is in transition – from renewable energy generation to electric vehicles – and this is leading to an increasingly diverse, integrated and electrified power network. ...Full Article

IBM Integrating AI to Help Enterprises See and Monitor Weather and Climate Impacts and Risks

As destructive global warming trends continue to dramatically affect businesses around the world, IBM is bringing together AI data, weather data and climate risk analytics to give enterprises hardier ...Full Article

Experts Grapple with AI’s Environmental Costs

AI algorithms have made tremendous progress in making many computational processes more efficient, but “efficiency” isn’t always the name of the game for the AI industry itself. Famously, a ...Full Article

The Climate Crisis and the Data Center: Going Beyond Zero Emissions
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With stark reminders of the climate crisis, we’ve witnessed over the last few years, there is a rapidly growing call to drive a more environmentally friendly and sustainable path ...Full Article

Google Limits Carbon Footprint, Funds Climate Change Deniers

A commitment to green datacenters, renewable energy projects and the purchasing of carbon offsets have enabled Google to reduce its revenue-adjusted carbon footprint for the fourth year in a ...Full Article

Toward a Low-Carbon Datacenter

According to a new study, large datacenters could slash greenhouse gas emissions by 88 percent by switching to highly efficient equipment and implementing energy management practices. Full Article

An Interview with EMC’s Chief Sustainability Officer

Green Computing Report speaks with EMC's Chief Sustainability Officer Kathrin Winkler about the company's latest sustainability report, the major drivers for energy efficiency and a new way of thinking ...Full Article

Climate Change Threatens Economic Development

According to a new scientific report commissioned by the World Bank, rising global temperatures are threatening the health and livelihoods of the most vulnerable populations. Full Article
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