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Mauritius Going Green

Summer 2009, originally uploaded by VeNiVi on flickr

Rising energy prices and changes in the global climate have put ecology issues on the strategic planning of corporate executives worldwide. The phenomenon of “Going Green” is worldwide now and naturally in Mauritius also there are campaigns of Going Green – Maurice Ile Durable: Summer Time, Solar Water Heater, Fluorescent Lamps (Ampoule économique) , Electricity production for sale to CEB, Waste to Energy, Sale of Hybrid Cars, MCB Green Initiative, reducing dependency on imported fossil fuels and increasing the use of renewable energy via use of biomass, bio-ethanol, biogas – 35%, solar – 15%, wind – 6%, hydro -3%, cogeneration – 3% and waves 3%. Maurice Ile Durable was first announced by the Prime Minister of Mauritius as a long term vision aimed at promoting sustainable development. The project is spearheaded by Professor Joel de Rosnay.

There are also environmental issues involved in the use of Information Technology. On the 21 September 2009, The British Computer Society changed its logo:



BritishComputerSociety Logo


It is very interesting to note that The BCS has various Green initiatives. On, we read that, in the near future, very soon there will be the ISEB Foundation Certificate in Green IT.

In Mauritius, we gonna have the world’s first Green Data Centre using Sea Water Air Conditioning (SWAC), the project which was presented during the Data Centre Strategies.

That’s great!

Interestingly, we also have a Green Mauritian blog! 😉

4 responses

  1. lol. (for my blog)

    26 October, 2009 at 9:43 am

  2. 40% from coal. You forgot that bit 🙂

    Well we are forced to go Green cause I can see carbon caps coming in a few years, when it will be too late.

    30 October, 2009 at 3:46 pm

  3. shen

    i fully support u guys.. Keep it up.. Many mauritians dnt realize the importance of a green world. Keep it up.

    22 November, 2009 at 9:59 am

  4. going green is health for any one and for the environment and many people don’t get its benefits, so keep up maybe soon they will

    13 March, 2012 at 7:57 pm

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