We are very excited to announce our new Green Web fellowship cohort 2023. We received more than 800 applications for the Green Web Fellowship, and have decided that these five fellows represent the diversity of this emerging, exciting intersection of digital rights and climate justice. Background about our fellowship program.
We kicked off the fellowship program at the beginning of February, and have now set off to start the projects.
Here is a quick overview of the fellows and their projects. If you want to learn more about them, just click on the hyperlinks to get to their dedicated profile pages.
Gabriela Eslava Bejarano (CO) is a sustainability consultant and environmental lawyer. During the fellowship, Gabriela will work on the intersection of access to digital rights with the Latin American climate justice movement.
Kevin Webb (USA) has spent the last decade working on digital infrastructure in support of sustainable and just urban policy. During the fellowship, Kevin will work on alternative governance models for cloud computing infrastructure.
Camila Nobrega (BR) is a Brazilian journalist and researcher. During the fellowship, Camila will work on building an architecture of feminist investigations on megaprojects.
Catherine Muya (KE) is a lawyer currently leading the digital rights department at ARTICLE 19 Eastern Africa. During the fellowship, Catherine will work on digital safety and security risks of climate justice activists in sub-Saharan Africa.
Nahuai Badiola (ES) is a freelance WordPress developer and web sustainability advocate. Nahuai will work on digital sustainability and climate justice in the WordPress community.
We are just at the start of the journey, and there is a lot more to come. If you have further questions, don’t hesitate to get in touch!