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.
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The v0.10.0 release of CO2.js saw several large developer experience and usability improvements added to the library.
In the past months I have been exploring how to advance climate justice among internet practitioners. As part of the fellowship program I work towards… Read More »5 things I learned in my Green Web Fellowship
In 2021 Ford, Mozilla and Ariadne launched a research project with the aim to understand what responsible grantmaking on the intersection between digital rights and… Read More »Presenting new research climate justice x digital rights
On June 2nd, Katrin Fritsch, who works on our strategy and communications, participated at the “Digitalisation and Sustainability: Opportunities and Risks” workshop of the Swiss… Read More »Digitalisation and Sustainability at the SwissIGF: key takeaways and further areas of action
The biggest change in my carbon footprint this year came from my decision to install an air conditioning system at home. It was a difficult… Read More »Using air conditioning and the five insights from my fellowship
Tech folks may be good problem solvers, but what happens when it’s a different class of problem?
Works that helped me see and take off the capitalism lens
Before defining a “just, sustainable internet”, we should be aware of the ways that the internet is currently creating and exacerbating climate injustice.
How can digital rights funders meaningfully engage in the intersection of climate justice and digital rights? This is a question I have been exploring as… Read More »Talking climate with digital rights funders
During this fellowship, I wrote about the importance of narratives when we talk about sustainability, especially those about what we want from life on this… Read More »Fellowship project: Sustainability and accountability in the gig economy