GREEN Nano-Technology producing
nanomaterials and products without
harming the environment or human
health.it is used to make nanomaterials
and nano-products without toxic
ingredients, at low temperatures using
less energy and renewable
inputs. manufacturing processes for
non-nano materials and products more
environmentally friendly .
Light-emitting diodes (LEDs)
This $1 billion, 54 storey,
1,200 foot tall tower will
house 2.1 million square
foot of office space. Most of
the raw materials used in the
construction of the tower
are from renewable and
recycled sources within 500
miles of New York in line
with the ideology of
It symbolises an
in the world’s second most
populous country. India
Tower will be 74 storeys
tall with 882,000 square
foot of multi-use space
when completed in 2010.
solar shading, natural
rainwater harvesting are
used in this building
This is 70 storey, 803 foot tall
tower is going to be the home
for a single family, that of Indian
property mogul Mukesh Ambani.
The tower has been designed
by Perkins and Will using
traditional Vastu design. The
design is certainly innovative and
should add at least some weight
behind the whole idea of rooftop
gardens and inner city farms that
seems to be gaining some welldeserved traction.
The green IT or green computing, aims
to reduce the carbon footprint
generated by the Information Systems
business. Green information
technology and communication
designs or uses products which can
reduce the negative effects of human
activity on the environment.
L.C.D. monitors by Samsung and Dell
Green energy is the energy produced
by natural sources i.e. sunlight, wind,
rain, tides, plants, algae and
geothermal heat which put very small
impact on the environment than fossil
fuels i.e. oil, gas, coal.
Types of green energy
About Being Green
Nokia was once again recognized as the world’s
most sustainable technology company on the
2010/2011 Dow Jones Sustainability Index. Green
initiatives at this Finland-based company include
an electronics take-back and recycling program,
a focus on human rights and multi-year energy
use reduction goals.
In 2010, Intel was named the Greenest Company
in America by Forbes magazine. One of Intel’s
biggest eco-initiatives is in the green energy
arena. According to Forbes, the company uses
1.43 billion kWh of energy annually but 51%
comes from renewable sources like solar, wind,
geothermal and biomass.
Cisco is another eco-friendly leader in the tech
industry. The company has made Fortune’s list of
the 100 Best Companies to Work For since the list
originated in 1998. One reason it made 2011’s list is
that it has “one of the highest percentages of
telecommuters.” Telecommuting saves money in
energy costs and reduces tailpipe emissions by
Dell Computers topped the 2010 Newsweek Green
Rankings due in part to its aggressive goal of
reducing greenhouse gas emissions at the
company by 40% by 2015. Dell is also focusing on
reducing the environmental impact of its product
line with a 25% energy use reduction in both its
laptop and desktop models.
Indian companies using
IBM, LG Electronics, PNB, Tata
Motors and Hero Honda Motors,
WHAT WE CAN DO FOR OUR
•Switch off anything that uses electricity.
•Use eco friendly products.
•Use renewable energy sources.
•Switch to compact florescent or LED light bulbs.
•Don't use electronic exercise machines.
•Turn off the water when you're not using it.
•Avoid using disposable items.
•Grow more plants.
•Aware mass about the environmental issues and
tell them ways to save it.