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Problematizing Sustainable ICT

  title={Problematizing Sustainable ICT},
  author={Per Fors},
How should we understand the relationship between information and communication technology (ICT) and sustainability? Generally, it is assumed that while ICT products contribute to many environmenta ... 

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