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Kyoto Protocol: IFGICT Green ICT Standard

The Kyoto Protocol is an international agreement linked to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, which commits its Parties by setting internationally binding emission reduction targets.Recognizing that developed countries are principally responsible for the current high levels of GHG emissions in the atmosphere as a result of more than 150 years of industrial activity, the Protocol places a heavier burden on developed nations under the principle of "common but differentiated responsibilities."

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Initial Reports under the Kyoto Protocol (Parties included in Annex I) : IFGICT Green ICT Standard: UNFCCC Regulations

First commitment period (2008-2012)

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Monsanto and Bayer Merge into GMO Behemoth: IFGICT Green ICT Standard: News

After receiving the largest cash offer on record, Monsanto has agreed to be acquired by Bayer for an incredible $66 billion ($128 per share). Thus forms the largest agrichemical and seed company in the world, controlling over 25% of the market. Bayer hopes to close the deal by the end of 2017.

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Green initiatives saved NHS England over £5m, report finds: IFGICT Green ICT Standard News

Green vehicles, energy efficiency and smart waste management help health service slash carbon and save cash
The NHS has saved more than £5m through taking a variety of sustainable measures, according to a new report released today from the NHS Sustainability Day campaign.

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What is Green ICT Standard? : IFGICT

Green ICT standard sustainability standards dedicated to all ICT products, services, and companies involved in ICT. The Green ICT standard standards provide criteria and guidelines for manufacturers, service providers, and companies to work toward sustainability and reach Green ICT standard certifications. Businesses or Governments that meet the program’s criteria will be certified as “Green IT.

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Green IT Professional Certification : IFGICT Green ICT Standard

An interview with Green ICT Standard's TCO "Mr.Michael Ford Jr", Time Business News: by Edmond Roger.

Why IT experts should become Green IT Professional Certified?

1. The demand for GREEN IT PROFESSIONAL is on the rise.

The workforce market for GREEN IT PROFESSIONAL has already started to experience magnificent growth, and substantiation of this can be seen in major management consulting firms, of a study showing that demand for GREEN IT PROFESSIONAL in the U.S. expanded.

2. The industry demand for GREEN IT PROFESSIONAL is limitless.

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X-Prize – Energy and Environment Prize Group: IFGICT Green ICT Standard: Prize

X-Prize – Energy and Environment Prize Group
The X-Prize Foundation is an educational non-profit organisation whose mission is to
bring about radical breakthroughs for the benefit of humanity. They aim to inspire
new industries and the revitalisation of markets that are currently stuck due to
existing failures or a belief that a solution is not possible. The Foundation addresses
some of the world’s grand challenges by creating and managing large-scale, highprofile competitions that stimulate investment in research and development that are

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Investors Group on Climate Change (IGCC): IFGICTGreen ICT Standard: IGCCC

Investors Group on Climate Change (IGCC)
The Investors Group on Climate Change is an Australia and New Zealand based
organisation that aims to encourage government policies and investment practices
that address the risks and opportunities of climate change, for the ultimate benefit of
superannuants and unit holders. In 2011, the members of IGCC manage around 700
billion Australian dollars of funds. The objectives of IGCC are to:
Raise awareness of the potential impacts resulting from climate change to

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MMA Renewable Ventures: IFGICT Green ICT Standard: MMA

MMA Renewable Ventures
MMA Renewable Ventures is a U.S. based firm that coordinates the financing, installation, and operation of renewable energy systems and energy efficiency projects. The company’s activities include: Identifying qualified customers (minimum 250-300 kW system for solar, 3 MW
for wind)
Performing site evaluations and initiating system approval processes Sourcing and installing equipment
Providing finished, fully operational systems Providing ongoing operations and maintenance services under contract.

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Institutional Investors Group on Climate Change (IIGCC): IFGICT Green ICT Standard

Institutional Investors Group on Climate Change (IIGCC)
The Institutional Investors Group on Climate Change (IIGCC) has been established
by the Climate Group and consists of a wide range of public and private
organisations. One of the key objectives of the IIGCC is to catalyse greater
investment in a low carbon economy by bringing investors together to use their
collective influence with companies, policymakers and investors.
IIGCC focuses on cleaner and renewable energy, energy efficiency and

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