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Measuring the Relationship between ICT and the Environment

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  • Sheridan Roberts

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While the links between ICT and environmental outcomes are becoming clearer, there is no separate statistical field that links the two. Nevertheless, some data are available from official statistical sources, from analytical work and from product life cycle studies. This paper suggests a conceptual framework for the new statistical field “ICT and the environment” based on an existing OECD framework for information society statistics. Sources of official data to populate the framework are investigated and some relevant work has been identified.

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  • Sheridan Roberts, 2009. "Measuring the Relationship between ICT and the Environment," OECD Digital Economy Papers 162, OECD Publishing.
  • Handle: RePEc:oec:stiaab:162-en
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