In our last posts we introduced Hannah Smith and Emilio Velis, fellows the Open Green Web syllabus programme. In this post, we are thrilled to… Read More »Open Green Web Syllabus Update: Introducing Fieke Jansen
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We introduce Emilio Velis with short interview to help get to know him, and why he joined the open green web fellowship programme.
We introduce Hannah and share a mini-interview to help get to know her, and why she joined the open green web fellowship programme.
Last month we mentioned that that we’re running the Green Web Fellowship programme this year, and that we’ll be introducing the people helping create it… Read More »An update on building an open green web syllabus – introducing Michelle Thorne
We’re over the moon to share news with you about a new project made possible by a grant from the Internet Society Foundation. We’re starting our first funded Green Web Fellowship program, exploring the role climate justice plays in being a responsible technologist.
Because we’ve been talking about sustainability and the internet for while, every so often, we get people asking us about the environmental impact of streaming… Read More »A way to think about the environmental impact of streaming services like Netflix
For the last ten years we’ve been building and maintaining a database of which websites on the internet run on green energy, and when they… Read More »Introducing the Green Web Foundation Partner API
An interview with Tom Greenwood from Wholegrain Digital in London. Tom, congratulations on the release of your new book Sustainable Web Design! Great that you… Read More »New publication: Sustainable Web Design by Tom Greenwood
Panel notes – Digital and Green Transition: Will Artificial Intelligence foster or hamper the Green New Deal?
We covered a lot of ground in an event titled “Digital and Green Transition: Will Artificial Intelligence foster or hamper the Green New Deal?”. Here are our key takeaway points from the panel discussion, and link for further research.
In this guest post from Jonathan Villiard of DigitalHumani.com, he outlines his project, Rainforest as a Service, as one way to account for the carbon emitted by daily activity that drives the climate crisis.