Theo Technologies Ltd

March 14, 2023

The Future of Sustainable Information Technology 

“(PCs) have become ubiquitous in the homes and offices of the industrialised world. Manufacturing, sales, management, medicine, etc., depend on computers… to function efficiently.” – Kuehr, R. & Williams, E. (2007) 

 Despite this dependence on I.T., very little has been done to negate the negative environmental impact of computers through energy consumption, e-waste, and depletion of natural resources. 

Submitted By: Lewis Sayes

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