In addition to the green web checks, and open data releases, if you’re looking to green your supply chain inside your organisation, we can help in a few specific ways:
Training: Build capacity to make your digital services more sustainable
We provide expert training and guidance for organisations and teams who want to be part of the movement that creates a fossil-free internet by 2030.
Audit: evaluate a service’s digital emissions
We can help you look at a single service or product you operate, to understand where the emission host spots might be, in a fixed term, fixed price engagement.
Advisory: Research and strategy around digital and climate
For most organisations, the biggest share of their emissions lie in their supply chain, so this brings up new opportunities and risks, if you buy or sell services.
If you don’t have the capability in-house for tracking the impact of these changes, we offer a retainer, to help understand these changes.
Successful fellows deliver a project that contributes to the digital rights and climate justice movements. Fellows will also learn together and from experienced practitioners about what powers control the internet, how it is fueled, and what we can do about it.
The Green Web Foundation is seeking five practitioners for a paid part-time fellowship of 10 months for our 2023 cohort.