environment & icts

COP 18, ICTs, and climate change

Johannesburg

Since the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) was created in 1994, the Conference of Parties (COP) has been meeting annually to discuss the implications of climate change. The COP comprises members from 195 countries. This year’s meeting, COP18, was held in the Middle East for the very first time in Doha, Qatar.

ICTs, the Internet and Sustainability: An interview with Anriette Esterhuysen and Alan Finlay

WINNIPEG 13 November 2012 (IISD)

In and interview with Anriette Esterhuysen and Alan Finlay, David Souter of the International Institute for Sustainable Development explores the key issues around ICTs and environmental sustainability as part of a series of papers meant to inform and stimulate discussion and debate on the relationship between information and communication technologies (ICTs), the internet and sustainability.

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ICTs, the Internet and Sustainability: An interview with Anriette Esterhuysen and Alan Finlay

By International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD) (October 2012, International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD) )

In and interview with Anriette Esterhuysen and Alan Finlay of APC, David Souter, senior associate with IISD and managing director of ict Development Associates explores the key issues around ICTs and environmental sustainability.

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Green ICT event: Exploring Emerging Policies and Open Research Questions

Vienna

EVENT: Exploring Emerging Policies and Open Research Questions

taking place January 17-18,2013 at the Palais Harrach, Freyung 3, 1010 Vienna, Austria with high-level keynote speakers from the science and policy fields:

Ray Pinto, Microsoft Europe, Middle East and Africa
Inge Røpke, Aalborg University
Grégoire Wallenborn, Free University of Brussels

The event brings together high-l

New materials on the environment and ICTs available in French and Spanish

6 November 2012 (Richard Heeks & Angelica Ospina for APCNews)

Image par BigstockImage par BigstockNew materials from the Nexus for ICTs Climate Change and Development (NICCD) site now available in French and Spanish. Materials include guides for policy-makers and research briefs.

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Moving beyond the tool: ICTs in the Sustainable Development Discussion at Rio+20

WINNIPEG 14 August 2012 (Shawna Finnegan and Lisa Cyr for International Institute for Sustainable Development)

Though Rio has a long history with ICTs, dating back to the original Earth Summit in 1990 when APC set up “communications centres” for the UN, there was very little reflection at the summit 20 years later. APC’s Shawna Finnegan and Lisa Cyr report on their observations at the conference.

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APC goes back to its roots: ICTs and the environment at the heart of APC's work

CALGARY 1 May 2012 (LC for APCNews)

As a progressive network, the environment has been at the heart of the work of many APC members, and began its work on the GreeningIT project in 2008. APC talks to Alan Finlay, project coordinator for GreeningIT, about APC’s work in the area of ICTs and the environment.

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Application of ICTs for climate change adaptation in the water sector: Developing country experiences and emerging research priorities

By Various (April 2012, APC and IDRC )

This new publication by the Association for Progressive Communications and the International Development Research Centre gathers several reports from developing countries on how ICTs are and can be applied to help communities experiencing water-reated stress, adapt to climate change.

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E-waste in Egypt: How do you solve a problem you can't quantify?

CALGARY 2 December 2011 (LC for APCNews)

ICT related e-waste in Egypt is a growing problem, but addressing it is difficult since there is no official research or data on the subject, says a new report written by ArabDev for the APC. APCNews talks to author Leila Hassanin about putting e-waste on the policy map.

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