Using real-time data about electricity around the world, we annotated network connections with carbon-intensity. With this information, any digital infrastructure provider can move their compute… A Carbon-Aware Internet with the Green Web Foundation
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An Interview with Nahuai Badiola, one of our Green Web Fellows 2023. Katrin: Nahuai, how has your Green Web fellowship experience been so far? Nahuai:… WordPress, sustainability and learning in the open
Fictions and frictions: identifying bridges, tensions and possible coalitions towards environmental justice and digital rights
Fictions and frictions: a project funded by the Green Screen Coalition to explore environmental justice and digital rights with a focus on Abya Yala (Latin America)
Step CI is a testing and monitoring tool for APIs. In this case study, we look at how they introduced carbon emissions estimates using CO2.js.
Over the summer, The Green Web Foundation is running a project with Wikirate, who you might describe as a non-profit dedicated to the concept of… How much of the internet is covered by Net zero targets?
Ecograder is one of the pioneering tools when it comes to estimating website carbon emissions. In this case study we look at the Ecograder story, and how CO2.js helped with its most recent update.
An overview of work we’re doing in summer 2023 with the Wagtail project, and the Google Summer of Code, and how you can follow along.
We signed on to these recommendations to the European Commission for the Digital Services Act. The letter, coordinated by Mozilla, called for: As Green Web… The EU’s Digital Services Act must ensure public data for public interest research
WebPageTest is one of the most trusted web performance testing tools. This case study covers how CO2.js enables the Carbon Control feature in WebPageTest.