Friday, January 8, 2010

Green IT Policy- Plans to Reduce co2 Emissions

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Fujitsu Expands Green IT Initiative Globally; 'Green Policy Innovation' to Reduce Group's CO2 Emissions by More Than 15 Million Tons

Worldwide implementation of Green Policy Innovation project aims to reduce Fujitsu today announced that it is expanding its green IT initiative, Green Policy Innovation, globally, with the aim of achieving a cumulative reduction in worldwide CO2 emissions of more than 15 million tons over the four-year period from fiscal 2009 through fiscal 2012.

The global expansion of Green Policy Innovation will assist customers and society as a whole in reducing their environmental footprint, and mark a significant step in the realization of the Fujitsu Group's medium-term environmental vision, Green Policy 2020, to support the creation of a prosperous, low-carbon society.

International debate regarding the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions has been intensifying prior to the 15th United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP15). At the most recent Group of Eight Summit, world leaders agreed on a shared international goal of halving greenhouse gas emissions by 2050, and to achieve this goal it is estimated that emissions must be capped by 2020 at the latest. The rapid global adoption of energy-saving products and services and the introduction of other advanced environmental technologies in both developed and developing nations are seen as essential to meeting these goals. As a global IT company, Fujitsu believes it has an important role to play in reducing the environmental footprint of its energy-efficient IT equipment and datacenters as well as in introducing IT solutions throughout industry and society as a whole to reduce the burden of human activities on the environment.

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