Dr. Sutton-Parker's research into the Potential Benefits of ChromeOS for the Public Sector Identifies Emissions Reduction of 1.7 bn Car Miles and over £650m in Potential Savings Background & Issues I've produced countless items about the concept of keeping #endusercomputing devices for longer periods to drive #climateaction. The idea is simple. If you keep a device for 5-years … Continue reading UK Government Computer Carbon Footprints
Px3 Article Featured in My Green Pod Magazine - Earth Day 2023 Recognising the role Earth Day has played since 1970 in raising awareness about environmental issues, the latest issue of the world leading ethics and sustainability magazine 'My Green Pod' covers a wide range of topics that can help to build a more sustainable … Continue reading Earth Day 2023: Climate Action Through IT
UK Greening Government ICT Report includes Dr. Sutton-Parker's analysis of scope 3 emissions across 13 departments for the first time - and the potential to reduce them by 44% The Greening Government ICT and Digital Services strategy defines what is required from ICT professionals and the wider procurement community to meet sustainable ICT challenges and … Continue reading New Research Finds Government Emissions are Equivalent to Driving 2.6 Billion Miles (that’s the distance to Neptune)
A device isn't just for the moment, it can also be for the planet - New research creates a level playing field for personal computer carbon footprints.
year on from the last "Time I.T. Changed" special issue, Justin Sutton-Parker of Px3 reviews both the progress and plans for the future to make IT more sustainable. From manufacturing and use to abatement strategies such as device longevity, remote working and offset programmes, the supplement draws on opinion and practical examples from some of the world's largest and most innovative companies.
The latest international research by Px3 CEO Justin Sutton Parker examined the detailed travel and work patterns of one international technology company, analysing the responses from 815 employees across 24 countries.
Recent projects for central government, manufacturing and not-for profit clients have seen Px3's tally of device emissions analysed increase dramatically. With sustainability once again firmly at the top of the news agenda, we take a moment to recognise passing a significant milestone on our sustainability journey.