Envisioning An Era of Innovation While Many Overestimate IT’s GHG Emissions

November 8, 2022 Steven Carlini

History has shown that greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions that were significant enough to affect the global climate started with the first industrial revolution that began in the late 1700s. Fossil fuel combustion in power plants – and later in light duty and heavy vehicles –...

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