- Incorporates life-cycle analysis into its product stewardship program—this includes reuse or recyclability, responsible end-of-life disposal, energy efﬁciency and material selection.
- Participates in supply-chain initiatives of the Carbon Disclosure Project and the Electronic Industry Citizenship Coalition, which focuses on methodologies for suppliers to measure, report and reduce carbon emissions.
- IBM’s “World Community Grid” connects people who donate their idle computer time to create a global research grid. The network is used to compute biological, environmental and health-related data on behalf of organizations that are unable to access large-scale research infrastructure.
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