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This phase follows several initiatives undertaken with an aim to preserve the environment, such as the agreement inked by DED with Environment Friends Society for paper recycling at the outset of 2010, and other campaigns to reduce the consumption of energy in all its buildings, such as "Please switch off the lights before you go", and "Our green monitor" to switch off computer monitors automatically.
In the future, Chris sees FOE as a green monitor, ensuring businesses, communities and the country do enough to protect the environment.
The Osborne boasted a five-inch green monitor and 64k of RAM.
That model had a flattened wedge-shaped case, built-in, century-old Qwerty keyboard, and an amber or green monitor. Twenty-five years in computer time (according to the dog-years formula) makes that design about 175 years old.
Thus the power of one great computer game, The Oregon Trail, which--via pixelated green monitors and boxy early Macintoshes--made hundreds of millions of Americans intimately familiar with the plight of the pioneers who ventured west in the 19th century.
Green monitors credit and foreign exchange markets, Sony's U.S.
Go Green monitors use up to 25 per cent less energy and offer reduced carbon dioxide emissions of up to 25 per cent and an impressive mercury emission reduction of up to 50 per cent.