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  • 1. devangdoshi.com Green Q1 – 2016 / SCI110: General Science / Prof. Dr. Mudher Mustafa Feb 23 2016 Computing
  • 2. devangdoshi.com Introduction Simplicity Innovation Transparency TECHNOLOGY PUZZLES SKITS MUSIC TRAVEL PHOTOGRAPHY
  • 3. devangdoshi.com CO2 Carbon Emission Carbon Footprints Green Computing
  • 4. devangdoshi.com Every time we burn fossil fuels such as gas, coal or oil, carbon dioxide is released into the atmosphere. In a natural carbon cycle, carbon dioxide is re-absorbed by plants and trees. http://www.thecarbonaccount.com/carbonexplained/ Carbon Emission (CO2)
  • 5. devangdoshi.com A visual tour of the world's CO2 emissions Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fJ0o2E4d8Ts  2:33 mins
  • 6. devangdoshi.com Carbon Footprints the amount of carbon dioxide and other carbon compounds emitted due to the consumption of fossil fuels by a particular person, group, etc. definition from google.com
  • 7. devangdoshi.com Computing and CO2 How are computers related to Carbon Emission? Every time you power up your computer, you’re drawing electricity from the nearest power plant which is probably powered by coal, oil, or natural gas. And burning fossil fuels produces carbon dioxide. http://www.carbonrally.com/challenges/10-save-energy
  • 8. devangdoshi.com Green Computing “the study and practice of designing, manufacturing, using, and disposing of computers, servers, and associated subsystems efficiently and effectively with minimal or no impact on the environment.” definition from google.com
  • 9. devangdoshi.com Need for Green Computing Energy Leaving computers on when not in use Printing Unnecessary printing of email, agendas, partial drafts, etc. Pollution Manufacturing techniques, packaging, and disposal Toxicity Use of chemicals like mercury, lead, and cadmium
  • 10. devangdoshi.com Laptop uses between 50 and 100 W/hour Complete Desktop uses an average of 200W/hour Energy Consumption Based on 8 hours usage a day Annual consumption: 600 kWh emissions of about 175 kg per year Annual consumption: between 150 and 300 kWh emissions between 44 and 88 kg per yearCO2 CO2   On stand-by, the power consumption of both a desktop and a laptop computer falls to about a third. Every single computer requires about 1.8 tonnes of chemicals, fossil fuels and water for its manufacture.
  • 11. devangdoshi.com Benefits of Green Computing Reduce energy usage Conserving resources Reduces the risk Saving the energy Saving the planet
  • 12. devangdoshi.com In 1992, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency launched Energy Star, a voluntary labeling program which is designed to promote and recognize energy- efficiency in monitors, climate control equipment, and other technologies. The term "green computing" may be created immediately after the Energy Star program began. The revised Energy Star Specifications of 2007 place stringent requirements to attain energy star ratings. In 2012, American household and businesses saved $24 Billion on utility bills Prevented greenhouse gas emission equivalent to that of 41 million vehicles. History of Green Computing
  • 13. devangdoshi.com Energy Conservation • Buy "Energy Star" labeled monitors, desktops, laptops, and printers • Turn off computers and peripherals when not in use • Put monitor in sleep mode or turn it off instead of using a screensaver • Activate the power management feature on your computer system • Reuse, Refurbish, or E-cycle used equipment
  • 14. devangdoshi.com Green Manufacturing • Bamboo is becoming increasingly popular for making casings for computers and peripherals • Use of recyclable plastics instead of non-recyclable plastics • Use of eco-friendly and non-toxic flame retardant compounds • Inventory Management: Process of reducing the quality of both, hazardous material and raw material • Volume Reduction: Removing of hazardous portion of waste from non hazardous portion
  • 15. devangdoshi.com References • http://www.slideshare.net/CrGaurav/green-computing-17446288 • http://wei-wu.blogspot.com/ • http://www.carbonrally.com/challenges/10-save-energy • http://www.brighthub.com/environment/green-computing/articles/71176.aspx • http://www.slideshare.net/abhinavjollyjoshi/green-computing-32601148 • http://greengurlz93.blogspot.com/2011/10/22-history-of-green-computing.html • http://www.energuide.be/en/questions-answers/how-much-power-does-a-computer-use-and- how-much-co2-does-that-represent/54/ • http://www.ecofriend.com/computers-emit-as-much-carbon-dioxide-as-aviation.html • https://channel9.msdn.com/Blogs/coolstuff/5-Ways-to-Practice-quotGreen-Computingquot • http://greencomputing.berkeley.edu/you-do.html • http://www.slideshare.net/neenasahni/green-computing-ppt
  • 16. devangdoshi.com QUESTIONS / COMMENTS?
  • 17. devangdoshi.com THANK YOU FOR YOUR TIME
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