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CO2.js v0.13.0 brings the latest average grid intensity data from Ember into the library, as well as expands the number of countries for which average grid intensity data is available.
A complation of data sources which can be used to compare and assess the carbon emissions arising from different digital activities.
This post is the first in a series exploring how to start auditing the sustainability of a website. This post focuses on addressing the carbon emissions of website hosting.
How can we work towards a just and sustainable internet in a more holistic way? And how can we gather and curate knowledge about these… The Green Web Library: A collection of resources about a just and sustainable internet
The v0.11.0 release of CO2.js introduces a change to the default carbon estimation model, as well as including global average and marginal intensity data for the first time.
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… 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… A way to think about the environmental impact of streaming services like Netflix
In this guest post from Jonathan Villiard of DigitalHumani.com, he outlines his project, Rainforest as a Service, as one way to account for the carbon emitted by daily activity that drives the climate crisis.
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… Place, Policy, Procurement – more levers for a lower carbon internet