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Source: https://tinyurl.com/yah8krhh By Mathieu Pollet | EURACTIV France | translated by Daniel Eck Three amendments proposing to have a “moratorium” on 5G deployment in France – first spotted by news websites Numerama and Next INpact – were tabled before the French National Assembly during its committee’s examination of the bill to combat climate change. EURACTIV France reports. The frequencies dedicated to 5G networks should be “provisionally suspended”...
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Joycelyn Longdon Open Access Published: November, 2020 DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/S2542-5196(20)30254-0 The world is transitioning into a data-driven era, where algorithms can influence anything from our health-care services, consumer behaviour, and even national and international environmental decisions. Fears around the embedded bias and discrimination seen in algorithms has motivated an Environmental Data Justice movement of citizens, researchers,...
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09/10/2020 | Press release No. 144/20 | digitalization, Joint press release with the Federal Environment Agency Green cloud computing: energy and resource requirements of digital infrastructures Auto translated from German For video streaming in HD quality, different amounts of greenhouse gas emissions arise depending on the transmission technology. The share of CO 2 emissions from data processing in the data center is relatively...
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by jobak17 11 September 2020 Far from absurd conspiracy theories about spreading coronavirus, Jo Baker argues that the rapid and seemingly unstoppable spread of 5G is happening without consultation or due consideration of the economic, environmental and climatic impact of such technologies. 5G infrastructure is currently being rolled out in many of our towns and cities....
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22 NOVEMBER 2019 Meteorologists say international standards for wireless technology could degrade crucial satellite measurements of water vapour. Alexandra Witze Water vapour over the continental United States is shown in this satellite image from the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Credit: NOAA/GOES The international agency that regulates global telecommunications agreed to new radio-frequency standards on...
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