RWANDA: Kigali raises awareness of sustainable management of electronic waste | Africa 21

According to the Global E-waste Statistics Partnership, Africa generated nearly 2.9 million tons of waste electrical and electronic equipment (D3E) in 2019, including 10,000 tons produced by Rwanda each year. Based on this observation, the Rwandan government in partnership with the United Nations Environment Program (UNEP) and the International Telecommunications Union (ITU) are launching an … Read more

Minimalist artificial intelligence: towards a sustainable AI future? – AI News

AI would be able to generate an additional 13 trillion dollars for the global economy between 2020 and 2030. However, its environmental cost remains worrying: AI already has a significant carbon footprint – more important than that of the airline industry. Today, the design of AI models is unquestionably very expensive and to address its … Read more