Case study of the University of York cutting carbon in computing initiative
Middlesex University is in collaboration with the British Computer Society (BCS) to develop student and professional knowledge of ethical, environmental and social issues in ICT
A case study from City and Islington College, which donates its old computers to developing countries via the charity Computer Aid.
This case study explains how the University of Sheffield has undertaken a detailed estimate of the energy/carbon footprint of its ICT estate.
A case study from SUSTEIT about free cooling, avoidance of hot/cold air arrangements, and variable speed drives, which can save in energy costs, compared to older, unoptimised,...
Case study of the University of Gloucestershire realizing that computer and printer procurement and usage was a significant contributor to the university’s environmental...
At the University of Liverpool, the self-developed software powers down around 3,500 participating computers that are idle for over 10 hours daily, bringing numerous benefits.
The Suste IT Tool is a simple carbon accounting tool that calculates the amount of energy (kWh), carbon (CO2) and money (£) is spent on ICT related energy use.
An Independent Evaluation of the SUSTE-TECH Project is a report prepared by Curtis+Cartwright Consulting Ltd for Environmental Association for Universities and Colleges (EAUC).
A number of websites that provide useful information on green ICT.
ICT briefing by JISC for the senior management team in November 2011, elaborating on the ways available for institutions to use ICT to go green, employing a couple of case studies
This report on sustainable ICT, produced for the Joint Information Services Committee (JISC) was by Professor Peter James and Lisa Hopkinson at the University of Bradford.
EAUC Member responses about advice on the options for cooling IT server rooms.