CO2.js v0.12.0 introduces the ability to customise the figures used in carbon emissions calculations when using the Sustainable Web Design model, paving the way for more case specific carbon emissions estimates.
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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
Sitespeed.io is an open-source website performance monitoring solution that also has a sustainability plugin powered by CO2.js.
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
Today sees our friends at the Green Software Foundation launch their most impactful hackathon yet, Carbon Hack 22! This Hackathon invites software developers globally to… The Green Software Foundation Carbon Hack – 13 Oct – 10 Nov
There’s a growing awareness amongst digital users that every byte of data that’s uploaded or downloaded has an environmental impact. Part of this impact comes… Start calculating digital carbon emissions in 5 minutes with CO2.js
A look at some approaches and tools using with Kubernetes and Nomad that can be used to shift workloads by location or time to achieve carbon aware scheduling.
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.
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
The v0.10.0 release of CO2.js saw several large developer experience and usability improvements added to the library.