The negative impact of human beings on the environment is increasing. It is known that natural events and climatic changes are caused by an increasing number of human factors besides natural causes. As a result of activities such as destruction of forests, production, lighting, heating, and the use of fossil fuels, the emission of some gases such as carbon dioxide, methane and ozone increases and the accumulation of these gases in the atmosphere causes global warming. Global warming is known to cause melting of glaciers, sea level rise, desertification, water scarcity, epidemics, floods, mass migration, wars and many other problems. Among the solutions that can prevent all these problems, Green Information has an important place.
Green IT aims to make the production and use of IT products and services sustainable and to contribute to the transformation of other sectors into a more environmentally friendly. At this point, the software industry fulfills its share of responsibility with the automation of firms activities, electronicization and storage of data in places where energy is cheaper, and efficient applications that reduce carbon dioxide emissions. While taking into account the customer requirements in the Tiga’s products and services,
Tiga complies with environmental legislation and aims to raise awareness of its employees and stakeholders on environmental awareness. It acts with the awareness that the efficient use of resources and the prevention of pollution at its source is a humanitarian duty and try to raise awareness on this issue. As IT tools and services manufacturers, we believe that we should support the legal regulations, technical developments and practices required for our products to be environmentally friendly. With this goal, we take advantage of the capabilities of our technology, while providing practices that make saving in our business processes, and strive to develop environmentally sensitive services for our customers. We act with the awareness of our responsibility to future generations as preserving our existing natural capital.