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SMART 2020

Enabling the low carbon society through information and communication technologies

Whether ICT is used to drive behaviour change or efficiency, it will be a crucial enabling force behind the transition to a viable society that breaks our reliance on fossil fuels. Molly Webb and industry guests are the authors of the blog. Molly co-authored the SMART 2020 report and directs The Climate Group's work on ICT and climate change.

  • Google maps meets smart meters

    04 July 2008

    Simon Harrison of Engage consulting in the UK is putting smart meters around the world on the map.

    BT Group smart meter
  • SMART 2020: The way forward

    03 July 2008

    I'm hosting a webinar today on the findings of SMART 2020, a report looking at how ICT can enable a low-carbon economy.

    Smart city ICT
  • The SMART 2020 transformation

    30 June 2008

    What do data centres, mobile phones or the internet have to do with climate change?


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