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Green computing

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Green Computing

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Green computing

  1. 1. GREEN COMPUTING PRESENTED BY JYOTHI K.T, RINKU BALAN K. DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER SCIENCE ST.JOSEPH’S COLLEGE , IRINJALAKUDA, THRISSUR, KERALA
  2. 2. In 1992, the US Environmental Protection Agency launched Energy Star to promote and recognize energy efficiency in monitors, climate control equipment, and other technologies. Energy Star : International standard for energy-efficient electronic equipment. “Green computing" was coined shortly after the Energy Star program began.
  3. 3. Energy costs and electrical requirements of IT industry around the world show a continuously growing trend. For example , ICT industry is responsible for 3% of the world‘s energy consumption. With the rate of consumption increasingly by 20% a year,2030 will be the year when the world‘s energy consumption will double because of the ICT industry. NEED FOR GREEN COMPUTING
  4. 4. Green computing: “Future of Computers” The Green Computing Initiative, stewards of the industry standards EFGCD ( Eco Friendly Green Computing Definition). Eco- Friendly Green Computing is the study and practice of the design, development, implementation, utilization and disposal of IT infrastructure efficiently and effectively with low or zero impact on the environment whilst reducing operating costs. It includes implementation of energy-efficient central processing units (CPUs), Servers and Peripherals as well as reduced resource consumption and proper disposal of electronic waste (e-waste).
  5. 5. OBJECTIVES OF GREEN COMPUTING: To gain an understanding why the green computing is instrumental for the environment. To identify key issues relevant to green computing and evaluate different approaches to these problems. To make use of computers as energy-efficient and design algorithms and systems for efficiency-related computer technologies.
  6. 6. Five Steps to Green Computing: Develop a sustainable green computing plan. A plan should include recycling policies, recommendations for disposal of used equipment, government guidelines and recommendations for purchasing green computer equipment. Recycle. Discard used or unwanted electronic equipment in a convenient and environmentally responsible manner.
  7. 7. Make environmentally sound purchase decisions. Purchase Electronic Product Environmental Assessment Tool registered products. EPEAT is a procurement tool promoted by the nonprofit Green Electronics Council. Reduce Paper Consumption. Use e-mail, electronic archiving. Use the “track changes” feature in electronic documents Conserve energy. Power management tactics can save energy and help protect the environment.
  8. 8. Green computing represents a responsible way to address the issue of global warming. By adopting green computing practices, business leaders can contribute positively to environmental stewardship and protect the environment while also reducing energy and paper costs. Sustaining the Future
  9. 9. Some points to remember: Turn off the computer when not in use, even if just for an hour. Turn off the monitor when not in use(as opposed to running a screen saver) Use power saver mode. Don’t print unless required. Purchase LCD‘s monitors which consume less energy than CRT‘s screen and LCD‘s is also not harmful for the eyes. Mobile phones are better than computers – green computing. They have faster processors, more ram, faster wireless Internet connectivity and larger memories. Mobile Phones consume very low power.
  10. 10. CONCLUSION Green computing is a mindset that asks how we can satisfy the growing demand for network computing without putting such pressure on the environment. By adopting green computing practices, business leaders can contribute positively to environmental stewardship—and protect the environment while also reducing energy and paper costs.

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