Time has run out (for this programme!):
Registration for
Global Action Plan’s ERDF programme ‘Environmental Savings through ICT (Green ICT)’ has completed.

Measure what difference you’ve made:
If you still haven’t calculated what cost and environmental savings your business has made, please do so now by completing the online Case Study form, so you can promote to others the difference your business is making. Published case studies will link to your website, driving more web traffic your way.

Get your UNEP Certificate:
All registered and assisted businesses are eligible to nominate one individual within the organisation for a UNEP certificate.
Terms and conditions apply. Global Action Plan provides the UK’s only environmental behaviour change projects endorsed by the United Nations Environmental Programme (UNEP).

To find out more or answer any questions contact us.

Welcome to the Global Action Plan - Green ICT Website

Dedicated to reducing ICT's Carbon Footprint


This site is a resource for all those interested in Green ICT and particularly for IT management and practitioners in IT user organisations who are making progress or who want to get started.

We encourage you to use the website in the spirit of being a member of our extended group. That means using what is here, asking questions, but also where you can contribute a case study or make suggestions on improving our resource please do so.

We are publishing through this website our Green ICT Handbook intended as a kind of starter kit for those seeking to understand the area, the opportunities and how to begin. This will be improved and extended and again we will be encouraging input from all the practitioners out there to improve our shared resource.

This website is an initiative of the Environmental IT Leadership Team (EILT) and Global Action Plan, the independent environmental charity.

As well as a source for registered SMEs to gain further support and assistance on our ERDF funded programmes.

This project is part financed by the LDA’s ERDF Programme 2007-13, securing £355,463 European Union funding.