Final notes on the Green Web Fellowship

For the past year, I took part in the Green Web Foundation Fellowship program, which focused on the GWF goal of a carbon-free Internet. Alongside other great members of my cohort, we explored and studied together how the Internet’s physical infrastructure and uses correspond with negative environmental impacts. As the year closes, I am happy to share some of the products of my work during this time.

Fellowship project: Digital sustainability guide

My project was aimed at addressing the knowledge gap prevalent among tech workers, especially in developing countries. As the main driving force for digital infrastructure and software, it’s important that the people behind this work are aware of the consequences of their work at a global scale, including some of the repercussions that are visible locally.

My guide, available on Appropedia, will guide you through the important aspects to consider when evaluating your employer’s digital infrastructure and practices.

Fellowship blog

You can read the blog posts we developed during the fellowship on which I share some of the ideas explored during this past year.

Workshop

I had the opportunity to present my work during re:publica, in Berlin.

Branch Magazine Article

I wrote an article for Branch Magazine to expound some thoughts regarding the view of critical thinking and conscious education alongside the open movement, as a view that guided my work in this fellowship.