The Northern region of Brazil, the country’s largest macro-region, is characterized by its vast Amazon biome, featuring expansive dense forests and flooded areas. Understanding the… Starlink’s Amazonian Adventure: Bridging Gaps or just Adding Concerns?
The fellowship is a programme bringing five fellows together who have commited to openly explore how to advance climate justice among internet practitioners, including reflecting on their own transformations. These are the posts our fellows have written about their own journeys. Read more about the fellowship goals and beliefs and the reading list being compiled in Zotero.
In my daily job, I sometimes work with analysing, constructing, and deconstructing political narratives. A narrative is a story – and as we know –… Who benefits? The EU’s ‘Twin Transition’ and new agreements with Latin America?
When I got the news I couldn’t believe it! Receiving the Green Web Fellowship felt unexpected. Why? I think it partly comes down to a… A people-centred approach to thinking about data centres in South Africa
Introduction The art and science of cartography have been fundamental in shaping our understanding of our world for thousands of years. However, the creation of… Navigating the Ethical Map: Cartography, GIS, and the Moral Compass
Telling one story from multiple perspectives can be powerful, but building spaces that allow new collective processes of investigation can be even more powerful. This seems… A social technology of investigations through encounters. My trajectory as a green web fellow
The past 10 months have been a roller coaster of learning, unlearning and expanding my networks. When I applied for the fellowship, I had a… Walking a greener path: Summary of my experience as a Green Web Fellow