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Going green need not be distressing or pricy for business, given the many simple ways it can be accomplished – but the environmental rewards would be great. An office equipment that could have a policy change would be the printer. Many trees might be spared if less paper was used. Paper usage could be cut by 50 percent just by using both sides of the paper. Trees are important as they change carbon dioxide to oxygen, thereby cleaning up carbon in the environment. Reducing the amount of paper they use is simply one of the ways in which offices can go green.


The vast internet spiderweb that spans the whole world, tying people and commercial enterprises, should mean that a lessening in business travel could be accomplished. Think how much energy and money could be saved by doing away with business conferences in remote places. A huge strain is put on the planet with all of the business travel, and the use of big automobiles, and corporate jets. The expense of jet travel can be replaced with the much cheaper cost of video conferencing. One of the boons of the internet is that many office jobs can nowadays be done from home, which means a reduction in travel by car and lower office expenses. This can make a huge difference, though not each and every job can be done in this manner.


The most simplistic way to become earth-friendly at work is to do away with a lot of paper by using email. By just paying bills online, a huge amount of paper could be saved. It will be good for the planet if more business tasks are carried out using electronics and not paper. A big way for the office to avoid wasting a great deal of energy is to stop using stand-alone computers and monitors, and switch to laptops instead. A PC plus monitor utilize roughly 270 watts of energy, while a laptop computer uses 50 watts, maximum. Laptop computers can be set to go into sleep mode, saving a further amount of energy, after they have been inactive for some time, typically 15 minutes.


Despite what’s oftentimes deducted from their name, screensavers utilize more energy than normal. The most effective way for a commercial enterprise to become earth-friendly, and save lots of money, would be to turn off all computers and laptops when they are not being used. Enough energy to meet the power requirements of the city of Chicago for a full year would be saved by all business enterprises doing this.


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BEIJING, Oct. 30 (Xinhua) -- China on Monday said it hoped that the Republic of Korea (ROK) would fulfill its commitment not to increasing deployment of the Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) missile defense system.


ROK Foreign Minister Kang Kyung-wha told lawmakers Monday that the ROK was not considering any additional THAAD deployment.


Kang said the country would not participate in the U.S.-led missile defense networks.


She also stressed that trilateral security cooperation between Seoul, Washington and Tokyo would not extend to a military alliance. The U.S. military has installed a THAAD battery that includes six missile launchers in the southeastern ROK county of Seongju.


"We value these three aspects of the ROK pledges," Foreign Ministry spokesperson Hua Chunying told a regular press briefing.


Hua reiterated that China firmly opposed the deployment of THAAD in the ROK.


She said China hoped that the ROK would fulfill its commitments and deal with the relevant problems, so as to get China-ROK ties back on track.


British singer Adele on Friday released a melancholic ballad from her hotly-anticipated new album due out on November 20, breaking a four-year wait for millions of fans after her best-selling 21.


"Hello" is a new song about a love story gone wrong and features the same powerful voice and emotion of her international blockbuster "Someone Like You."


"I'm sorry for breaking your heart But it don't matter, it clearly doesn't tear you apart anymore," the 27-year-old sings in the black-and-white video, filmed in the Quebec countryside around Montreal.


The album 25 is being released on November 20.


The singer told fans in a letter posted on her social media accounts this week that she chose the title because her 25th birthday marked a turning point.


"My last record was a break-up record and if I had to label this one, I would call it a make-up record," she said.


"I'm making up with myself. Making up for lost time. Making up for everything I ever did and never did."


The new release will be Adele's third album and follow a pattern as her previous works were entitled 19 and 21, also after her ages.


21 - which featured "Someone Like You" and other hits including "Rolling in the Deep" - won the Grammy award for Album of the Year and spent two consecutive years as the top-selling album in the United States.


In Britain, 21 is comf


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