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Study Group 5 - Environment and climate change
Study Group Structure - Study Period (2009-2012)
  TITLE
PLEN   Plenary 
Q14/5   Guides and terminology on environment and climate change 
WP 1/5   Damage prevention and safety 
Q4/5   Resistibility of communication equipment 
Q5/5   Lightning protection of telecommunication systems 
Q6/5   Bonding configurations and earthing of telecommunication systems in the global environment 
Q9/5   Interference to telecommunication networks due to power systems and electrified railway systems 
Q10/5   Outside and indoor network elements for broadband applications 
Q11/5   Safety in the telecommunications networks 
Q13/5   Protective components and assemblies 
WP 2/5   Electromagnetic fields: emission, immunity and human exposure 
Q1/5   EMC issues arising from the liberalization of telecommunications networks 
Q2/5   EMC related to broadband access networks 
Q3/5   Human exposure to electromagnetic fields (EMFs) due to radio systems and mobile equipment. 
Q7/5   [DELETED] Technical aspects of unbundling and sharing of outside plant elements in networks (see TSB Circulars 7 & 21) 
Q8/5   Home Networks 
Q12/5   EMC telecommunications recommendations 
Q15/5   Security of telecommunication and information systems regarding the electromagnetic environment 
Q16/5   EMC requirements for the Information Society 
WP 3/5   ICT and climate change 
Q17/5   Energy efficiency for ICT equipment and Climate Change standards harmonization 
Q18/5   Methodology of environmental impact assessment of ICT 
Q19/5   Power feeding systems 
Q20/5   [DELETED] Data collection for energy efficiency for ICTs over the lifecycle (see TSB Circulars 236 & 247) 
Q21/5   Environmental protection and recycling of ICT equipment/facilities 
Q22/5   Setting up a low cost sustainable telecommunication infrastructure for rural communications in developing countries 
Q23/5   Using ICTs to enable countries to adapt to climate change 
 
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