Romania’s national strategy on climate change

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Romania’s national strategy on climate change includes reducing greenhouse gas emissions and increasing the natural capacity to absorb CO2 from the atmosphere, institutional cooperation, updating climate scenarios, supporting research activities in the field of climate change and the creation of a national database on climate change, estimating the costs of climate change for each priority […]

The energy consumption of digitization, challenges and opportunities in Greece

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Particularly revealing about the new challenges of the energy system are the results of a Commission study dealing with the issue of energy consumption of “cloud services” and data centers in the member countries of the European Union. Specifically, the energy consumption of data centers in EU member countries is expected to increase from 2.7% […]

Green energy means a win-win scenario for Turkey

The United Nations Development Program (UNDP) and the International Labor Organization (ILO) published a report examining the employment and social impacts of the transition to renewable energy in Turkey and its benefits. In the report, which stated that it could increase its gross national product by 8 billion dollars every year, it was also noted […]

Eight ways to reduce your digital carbon footprint

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With every activity we do in our daily lives, we release carbon dioxide into the atmosphere – it’s called the carbon footprint. When we all together produce more carbon than the planet can absorb, excess CO2 contributes to climate change. There are daily activities that increase our footprint and are not obvious at all, such […]

Romania’s national strategy on climate change

Romania’s national strategy on climate change includes reducing greenhouse gas emissions and increasing the natural capacity to absorb CO2 from the atmosphere, institutional cooperation, updating climate scenarios, supporting research activities in the field of climate change and the creation of a national database on climate change, estimating the costs of climate change for each priority […]

A guide to the digital carbon footprint and how to reduce it

During the first few months of the isolation resulting from the COVID 19 pandemic, in 2020, Internet use grew by 40%, using 42.6 million megawatt-hours of additional electricity; Fifty million tons of e-waste are generated annually. It is important that we dispose of electronic equipment properly; The shift to renewable energy sources – such as […]

Turkey’s Commitments after Green Deal

In order to ensure ecological stability, Turkey has finally taken a step. With the Paris Climate Summit in 2015, the official processes of the consensus reached on reducing emission rates were initiated. According to the joint decision among 175 countries, including Turkey, the countries agreed to determine and implement their own green policies. The Turkish […]

We use information technologies for entertainment, work and to relate to each other. But do we know the climate impact of the emails we send, videos we watch or group conversations we have?

A study published in 2021 indicates that the carbon footprint of digitization is greater than previous estimates and that, if not changed, it will continue to increase. Researchers from Lancaster University and the consultancy Small World Consulting, (UK), analyzed three of the main studies that evaluated digitalization emissions, since 2015. Global greenhouse gas emissions are […]

Moving towards the European Green Deal

Latvia along with other EU countries aims to achieve the targets set by the European Green Deal and transform the economic life in order to live more environmentally friendly in the next decades. At the national level, the preconditions for the development of the circular economy are marked by a long-term development planning document Sustainable […]