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INTERNATIONAL TELECOMMUNICATION UNION
ICT&CC Joint Coordination
Activity (JCA- ICT&CC)
TELECOMMUNICATION
STANDARDIZATION SECTOR
Doc 4
English only
STUDY PERIOD 2009-2012
Original: English
Geneva, 21 January 2010
(Ref. : COM 9 – LS 54 – E)
Source:
ITU-T SG 9 meeting (Geneva, 26 – 30 October 2009)
Title:
Reply LS to ITU-T SG 5 on Request for participation in Joint Coordination Activity
on ICTs and Climate Change
LIAISON STATEMENT
For action to:
For comment to:
For information to: ITU-T SG 5 & JCA ICT&CC
Approval:
ITU-T SG 9 meeting (Geneva, 26 – 30 October 2009)
Deadline:
Contact:
Arthur Webster
US Department of Commerce NTIA/ITS
USA
Tel:
+1 303 497 3567
Fax:
+1 303 497 5969
Email webster[at]its.bldrdoc.gov
Contact:
Dong Wang
ZTE Corporation
China
Tel:
+86 25 5287 2009
Fax:
+86 25 5287 1000
Email: wang.dong[at]zte.com.cn
SG 9 thanks SG 5 for its liaison statement on establishment of the Joint Coordination Activity on
ICT and Climate Change.
SG 9 is pleased to inform that Mr. Dong Wang has been appointed as the SG 9 representative to the
Joint Coordination Activity on ICT and Climate Change. As replied in the previous liaison
statement (ref: TD 64-GEN/9), we developed number of Recommendations that will potentially be
able to contribute to reduce CO2 or any other GHG emission.
We look forward to fruitful coordination in all relevant works, and will continue to cooperate with
JCA-ICT&CC as well as SG 5 and inform you of our progress.
____________________
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Member States of ITU, by ITU-T Sector Members and Associates, and their respective staff and collaborators in their ITU related
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