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David Douglas, vice president for eco-responsibility, Sun Microsystems | On the Hot Seat

When computing cleans up its act

November 26, 2006

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Small as today's computers are, their environmental impact keeps getting bigger. Computers use huge amounts of electric power and are built from toxic chemicals that can wind up tainting our land and water. David Douglas, vice president for eco-responsibility at Sun Microsystems Inc., spoke with Globe reporter Hiawatha Bray about his company's commitment to clean computing. Q Why is Sun ... (Full article: 724 words)

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