Over the last decade I’ve worked to build data collection and analysis methods that help local governments improve their transport systems – mapping transit, improving… The link between public infrastructure and digital rights in decarbonization
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.
Heterosexuality as an artifact of coloniality; the notion of woman as something brought by the colonial period; intertwined oppressions as part of understanding territories, conflicts,… Feminist Architectures of Investigations on Megaprojects
The questions This question, what happens after climate litigation and activism, has accompanied me for the past five years.In the good days, it has motivated… What happens after climate litigation and activism, and how did I end up here?
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 birth of DoingTheDoughnut.tech – a holistic way of exploring sustainability in the digital tech sector
Dear diary, One of the things we were asked to do on the fellowship was to find something of interest to us and go off… The birth of DoingTheDoughnut.tech – a holistic way of exploring sustainability in the digital tech sector
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… Presenting new research climate justice x digital rights
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… 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?