Hashtag Trending – Rising sea levels endanger buried fibre; Samsung teams up with Nasa; Best Buy shares its secrets

Rising sea levels are putting buried fibre at risk, Samsung teams with NASA to create a VR lunar experience, and Bloomberg dives into how Best Buy is still alive. Welcome to a special

Published on: August 2nd, 2018 Alex Coop

Intelligent Montreal: role of ‘soft infrastructure’

In October, Greater Montréal was named as one of 2014’s top 21 smart communities by the Intelligent Community Forum.  What does this distinction mean and how does it affect our lives ? This

Published on: December 19th, 2013 Lydia Cappelli

Suzuki slams governments, business for ‘inaction’ on climate change

The world economy is fundamentally flawed because it's based on the false assumption that growth can last forever, says David Suzuki.The environmentalist, author, broadcaster and leader of the non-profit David Suzuki Foundation spoke

Published on: November 16th, 2009 Brian Jackson

Global warming responsibilities lost on the Canadian ICT sector

Energy consumption is draining the bottom line, while heating up the eco-system, according to a new IDC study on the ICT industry's impact on global warming.The report, authored by Lawrence Surtees, recommends that

Published on: May 7th, 2008 Brian Jackson

IT has a huge negative impact on the environment, Suzuki says

Video: What Suzuki did during Earth Hour When David Suzuki was five-years-old, his parents weren't concerned about the amount of time he spent watching TV or surfing the Web because they'd never heard

Published on: April 11th, 2008 Brian Jackson

Toronto residents wield Web 2.0 weapons to vanquish climate change

Facebook, LinkedIn, MySpace move aside.Social network-crazed Torontonians have a new Web 2.0 profile to manage – an Internet portal designed to help fight climate change.Zerofootprint Inc. launched its Toronto-specific Web site yesterday in

Published on: February 27th, 2008 Brian Jackson

Web 2.0 tools will help Toronto businesses fight climate change

A joint initiative by environmental consutancy, Zerofootprint Inc. and the City of Toronto will use social networking tools to fight climate change on a massive scale. A key aim of the project is

Published on: February 20th, 2008 Brian Jackson