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Developed by: 
Environmental Change Institute at Oxford University
Description: 

Imeasure is a home energy monitoring calculator. It is a simple online tool to help people cut energy use at home, save money and protect the environment by tracking their energy use at home and competing with others for the lowest carbon footprint, based on regular gas and electricity meter readings.

Go to direct to resource: 
http://www.imeasure.org.uk/
Contact person: 
Muriel
Contact email: 
muriel@imeasure.org.uk
Type of access: 
registration required to participate
Type of information available online: 
graphs, resources, user carbon rating, forum
Developed by: 
Environmental Change Institute at Oxford University
Description: 

Oxfordshire ClimateXChange is a climate change engagement and action project led by the Environmental Change Institute at Oxford University. It started in 2006 with the support of many partners across Oxfordshire, and now operates to engage and inspire action on climate change within specific sectors in Oxfordshire.

Go to direct to resource: 
http://climatex.org/
Contact person: 
Jo Hamilton
Contact email: 
info@climatex.org
Type of access: 
open, registration required to post
Type of information available online: 
tools, news, links, community map, forum, blogs, calendar
Developed by: 
Green Spider, Hungary
Description: 

Green Spider is running a re-use programme called “Green PC.” It collects used computers from organisations and individuals, refurbishes and outfits them with FOSS operating systems, and then donates them to small grassroots organisations.

Go to direct to resource: 
http://www.ZPOK.hu
Contact person: 
Maxigas
Contact email: 
maxigas@anargeek.net
Type of access: 
open
Type of information available online: 
Project information in Hungarian
Developed by: 
Cabinet Office
Description: 

The Cabinet Office made recommendations in the report aimed at making the energy consumption of government ICT carbon-neutral within four years. The report claims the UK government is the first in the world to make such an effort.

Go to direct to resource: 
http://www.cabinetoffice.gov.uk/media/66177/greening_government_ict.pdf
Contact person: 
Contact email: 
Type of access: 
open
Type of information available online: 
.pdf document
Developed by: 
Copernicus Publications, European Geosciences Union (EGU)
Description: 

NHESS encompasses: * The evolution of natural systems towards extreme conditions and the detection of precursors of such evolution. * The monitoring of rare events and the integration of measures for the understanding of spatial and temporal characteristics of rare natural phenomena. * The development of new techniques for the reduction of damage to human settlements and the impact of rare e

Go to direct to resource: 
http://www.natural-hazards-and-earth-system-sciences.net/home.html
Contact person: 
Fausto Guzzetti, Managing Editor
Contact email: 
fausto.guzzetti@irpi.cnr.it
Type of access: 
open, paid upload
Type of information available online: 
research papers, database
Developed by: 
National IT- and Telecom Agency
Description: 

Green IT is research in and use of IT in an efficient and environmentally correct manner.
Green IT can contribute to reducing energy consumption, both by reducing power consumption as well as promoting innovative IT solutions capable of reducing energy consumption and CO2 emissions in other sectors.
This Action Plan presents eight concrete initiatives for the private and public sectors, which wi

Go to direct to resource: 
http://www.itst.dk/filer/Publications/Action_plan_for_Green_IT_in_Denmark/index.htm
Contact person: 
National IT- and Telecom Agency
Contact email: 
itst@itst.dk
Type of access: 
Open
Type of information available online: 
action plan in .html and dowloadable .pdf document
Developed by: 
OneWorld UK
Description: 

OneClimate is an action hub on climate change. It uses innovative spaces and tools to enable users to share experiences, knowledge, insights, questions and answers about climate change. OneClimate.net organized Live Stream from Copenhagen Climate Change Talks into Second Life to enable Global participation in COP 15 without travel carbon.

Go to direct to resource: 
Http://oneclimate.net
Contact person: 
OneClimate initiative
Contact email: 
oneclimate@oneworld.net
Type of access: 
open, registration required to post
Type of information available online: 
campaigns, news, videos, map, projects database, social network

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