In October I was invited to speak at the International Energy Agency (IEA)‘s event “Government and Industry Exchange on Data Centres and Energy Efficiency” in… Speaking about digital infrastructure, climate goals and grids at the IEA
Over this summer, we ran a project with our friends at Wikirate – a non profit dedicated to the idea of “Wikipedia, for corporate social… How much of the internet is covered by credible Net Zero targets? An update
Over the summer, The Green Web Foundation is running a project with Wikirate, who you might describe as a non-profit dedicated to the concept of… How much of the internet is covered by Net zero targets?
An overview of work we’re doing in summer 2023 with the Wagtail project, and the Google Summer of Code, and how you can follow along.
Over the last few months, we’ve been working on updating the process we use to help companies get verified as providers of digital services powered… Introducing an updated way to get verified as a hosted services provider
This post is a short update on some of the more experimental work we’ve been doing on figuring out how to get a fossil free… Working with RIPE NCC and the IETF for a greener internet
As the seriousness of the climate crisis becomes ever clearer, more and more companies are making public sustainability commitments to show they are doing their… Good Net Zero, bad Net Zero. Crowdsourcing company targets with WikiRate
In 2021, we applied to join the Subak accelerator – a programme for not-for-profits using open data and technology to tackle climate change. We were… Being part of the Subak climate accelerator: why we joined
Rate payers, taxpayers and shareholders – a simple way to think and talk about who pays for clean energy and digital infrastructure.
Over the last few months, we’ve been part of the Digital Sustainability Forum, a research project funded by the German government, feeding into some of… Our submissions to the Digital Sustainability Forum