Fronesys collaborates on ICT sustainability with ITU
Fronesys is collaborating with a group of information and communications technology companies under the auspices of the ITU (The International Telecommunication Union) to help communicate the importance of sustainability.
The major thrust of the effort is in creating guidelines for corporate companies on sustainability issues relating to ICT, and confirming the vital role that standards play in this regard. Fronesys is very pleased to be involved in this work.
To find out more , check out http://www.itu.int/ITU-T/climatechange/ess/index.html.
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