A good way to begin exploring our narratives as Internet practitioners is by describing our underlying assumptions around technology, as well as the visceral responses… Read More »Shaping a response to the problem of a green Internet
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Dear diary, Over the last few months I’ve been dipping my toes into different explanations of “climate justice”. Here’s how I’ve chosen/fallen into doing that… Read More »Opening my mind to a definition of climate justice
Last week, during the regular weekly “holding space” session in the Green Web Fellowship, we took a few minutes out to share our answers the… Read More »Notes on what we’re reading in the fellowship this week – round 2
This post presents a simple model to talk about the levers available to you as a technologist, and how you might embed an awareness of climate in your work.
As part of the our fellowship programme, we’ve been having an optional weekly ‘holding space’ session where we dial in from our respective parts of… Read More »Notes on what we’re reading in the fellowship this week
Dear diary, So this fantastic thing has happened – I’ve been accepted as a fellow on the first Green Web Foundation Fellowship! I’m chuffed to… Read More »On the starting blocks with “climate justice”
In our last posts we introduced the fellows in our new Open Green Web syllabus programme: Hannah Smith , Emilio Velis, Fieke Jansen, Melissa Hsiung… Read More »Green Web Fellows: What We’ll Do Together
In our last posts we introduced Hannah Smith , Emilio Velis, Fieke Jansen, and Melissa Hsiung , fellows the Open Green Web syllabus programme. In… Read More »Open Green Web Syllabus Update: Introducing Slammer Musuta
There are lots of ideas from the energy sector that we can use to help think about greening digital infrastructure. Here, we look at demand curves.