Is your website hosted green?
Changing the world? So are we!
We believe humanity deserves a healthy and sustainable internet; one that is green, open and diverse. We work towards making this a reality.
In 2006, we started working with a small team on a project that aimed to make the kind of energy that powers the internet visible: green for renewables, grey for fossil-fuel powered. In 2009, The Green Web Foundation became a recognized not-for-profit organisation in the Netherlands. In 2010, we made a number of tools to make that data easier to look up.
Today we’ve expanded our offering to focus on representing the needs of smaller and medium size organizations online, and actively building a professional community around the idea of an internet that is green, open and diverse.
What we offer
We’ve built the world’s largest database tracking which parts of the internet run on renewable power, and when they switched. We make this underlying data available for download in bulk for analysis.
You can access our dataset of which sites use renewable power through your browser or our API. We’ve also been involved in the development of other useful tools that help developers build greener digital products.
If you’re looking to green your digital supply chain inside your organisation, our services can help in a few specific ways.
- Gathering for a Sustainable InternetImage credit: Gica Tam Last year we organized a foresight workshop on Sustainability and Trustworthy AI . Where we brought together experts in digital rights,… Read More »Gathering for a Sustainable Internet
- Green Web Fellows: What We’ll Do TogetherIn our last posts we introduced the fellows in our new Open Green Web syllabus programme: Hannah Smith , Emilio Velis, Fieke Jansen, Melissa Hsiung… Read More »Green Web Fellows: What We’ll Do Together
- Open Green Web Syllabus Update: Introducing Slammer MusutaIn our last posts we introduced Hannah Smith , Emilio Velis, Fieke Jansen, and Melissa Hsiung , fellows the Open Green Web syllabus programme. In… Read More »Open Green Web Syllabus Update: Introducing Slammer Musuta