Environmentally Sustainable ICT: A Critical Topic for IS Research?

  title={Environmentally Sustainable ICT: A Critical Topic for IS Research?},
  author={Steve Elliot},
This paper aims to increase awareness and understanding of the environmental sustainability of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) and to highlight the opportunities for timely action by Information Systems (IS) researchers and practitioners in this field. Through examples from a diversity of literature sources this paper defines the problems and the scope of ICT environmental sustainability. The potential for inclusion of this topic in the mainstream of Information Systems (IS… CONTINUE READING
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