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ITU-T, Environment, Climate Change and Circular Economy

ITU-T, ENVIRONMENT, CLIMATE CHANGE AND CIRCULAR ECONOMY AT A GLANCE

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ITU-T is the ideal platform for climate change stakeholders to exchange knowledge and identify policy and standard needs.
 

ITU-T STUDY GROUP 5 - ENVIRONMENT, CLIMATE CHANGE AND CIRCULAR ECONOMY

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ITU-T Study Group 5 (SG5) is the lead study group for studies on adapting and mitigating the effects of environmental challenges, including climate change, in line with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). This Study Group also includes within its ambit opportunities for ICTs arising from a circular economy. SG5 is also the lead study group on ICT environmental aspects of electromagnetic phenomena. 
Next meeting: 13-22 November 2017, Geneva, Switzerland.
 

FLIPBOOK ON SHAPING SMARTER AND MORE SUSTAINABLE CITIES: STRIVING FOR SDGs

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This compendium provides a comprehensive overview on Smart Sustainable Cities and includes the 21 Technical Reports and Specifications developed by the Focus Group on Smart Sustainable Cities (FG-SSC).
  
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ITU-T ACTIVITIES ON HUMAN EXPOSURE TO ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELDS

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
EMF Guide & Mobile App in 6 languages provides information and education resources on Electromagnetic Fields suitable for all communities, stakeholders and governments and is available online at http://emfguide.itu.int or via the iOS, Blackberry World and Google Play app stores. The Mobile app is designed for smart phones,tablets or desktops.
 
For more information, please see our Info Sheet.
 
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ITU-T REPORTS ON ICTs, ENVIRONMENT, CLIMATE CHANGE and circular economy


As part of its research activities, ITU-T contributes to increase the body of knowledge in the area of ICTs, the environment and climate change. 


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GLOBAL PORTAL ON ICTs, ENVIRONMENT, CLIMATE CHANGE and circular economy

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This webpage provides references to external resources on ICTs and the environment including information on climate change, conflict minerals, e-waste and circular economy, and other sustainability issues.
 
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