Kcom, part of the KCOM Group and provider of managed communications services is urging public sector organisations to review their carbon footprint and take appropriate measures to ensure that they are on track to achieve their carbon emissions reduction target in line with the CRC Energy Efficiency Scheme.
Green minded STL Communications staff cycled, walked or car shared to work on June 4th to mark World Environment Day, while others recycled cans, bottles and planted a tree. STL was supporting The Carbon Neutral Company's Cut a kilo of CO2 day.
Comtek, a pan-European provider of ICT repair services, has been awarded °Green Business of the Year at the Fast Growth Business Awards 2010.
Recognised for its efforts to combat the throwaway culture within information and communications technology, which creates huge quantities of e-waste each year, Comtek was presented with the award at London°'s Marriot Hotel, Mayfair, 14th April.
BT has become the first company to successfully cut 20 per cent of its business flights as part of WWF's One in Five Challenge, a programme that helps companies to reduce their reliance on flying, in favour of lower carbon alternatives.
According to a new global study, organisations are sticking with their commitment to greener travel, despite the recession, but bosses are felt to be setting a poor example in their own travel choices.
Next month, the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen will create many hundreds of column inches about sustainability issues, reports Adam Oxford. Telecoms may not make the mainstream headlines as part of the discussions, but it will certainly feature in the debate.
Excel Telecom Group has expanded into new carbon-neutral premises and is also offering ‘green minutes' to its customers. In a bid to make its operations more environmentally-friendly as it grows, the company moved from offices in Wetherby into the Carlshead Business Centre near Harrogate.
Productisation and specialisation are a blazing contradiction in terms but paradoxically their coexistence could be the key to unlocking sales in the future, according to delegates who took part in a round table debate hosted by Comms Dealer and supported by Entanet.