Rate payers, taxpayers and shareholders – a simple way to think and talk about who pays for clean energy and digital infrastructure.
Over the last few months, we’ve been part of the Digital Sustainability Forum, a research project funded by the German government, feeding into some of… Read More »Our submissions to the Digital Sustainability Forum
Earlier this month, we made the first report in a series of publications about digital sustainability and transitioning the internet from fossil fuels available for… Read More »Towards a fossil free internet – the fog of enactment, and a request for comments
Last week, during the regular weekly “holding space” session in the Green Web Fellowship, we took a few minutes out to share our answers the… Read More »Notes on what we’re reading in the fellowship this week – round 2
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.
As part of the our fellowship programme, we’ve been having an optional weekly ‘holding space’ session where we dial in from our respective parts of… Read More »Notes on what we’re reading in the fellowship this week
There are lots of ideas from the energy sector that we can use to help think about greening digital infrastructure. Here, we look at demand curves.
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
We introduce Emilio Velis with short interview to help get to know him, and why he joined the open green web fellowship programme.
We introduce Hannah and share a mini-interview to help get to know her, and why she joined the open green web fellowship programme.
Last month we mentioned that that we’re running the Green Web Fellowship programme this year, and that we’ll be introducing the people helping create it… Read More »An update on building an open green web syllabus – introducing Michelle Thorne
We’re over the moon to share news with you about a new project made possible by a grant from the Internet Society Foundation. We’re starting our first funded Green Web Fellowship program, exploring the role climate justice plays in being a responsible technologist.