This post is a short update on some of the more experimental work we’ve been doing on figuring out how to get a fossil free… Read More »A brief update on working with RIPE NCC and the IETF for a greener internet
This post presents a simple model to talk about the levers available to you as a technologist, and how you might embed an awareness of climate in your work.
We need a fossil free internet by 2030 – it will save lives, save gigatonnes of carbon being emitted into the sky, and it will… Read More »Understanding trends at the layer below the internet stack
Because we’ve been talking about sustainability and the internet for while, every so often, we get people asking us about the environmental impact of streaming… Read More »A way to think about the environmental impact of streaming services like Netflix
For the last ten years we’ve been building and maintaining a database of which websites on the internet run on green energy, and when they… Read More »Introducing the Green Web Foundation Partner API
Panel notes – Digital and Green Transition: Will Artificial Intelligence foster or hamper the Green New Deal?
We covered a lot of ground in an event titled “Digital and Green Transition: Will Artificial Intelligence foster or hamper the Green New Deal?”. Here are our key takeaway points from the panel discussion, and link for further research.
In earlier posts we spoke about Platform, and Process as levers for a lower carbon internet. In this post we’ll talk about the impact of… Read More »Packets: yet another lever for a low carbon internet
In an earlier post, we spoke about Provisioning and Providers, in our mental model for effecting change, if we want a lower carbon internet. In… Read More »Place, Policy, Procurement – more levers for a lower carbon internet