The internet is the world's largest coal-powered machine. It is increasingly controlled by a few tech companies and is under threat of becoming a monoculture. We envision an internet that is sustainable and just. The internet should be a global public resource: one that is fossil-free, open and accessible to all, and in service to the diverse needs of people everywhere. We'll discuss:

  • How can the open internet dismantle the power structures that delay climate action?
  • How can the open movement accelerate the internet's transition from fossil fuels?
  • How can the internet itself become a sustainable and positive force for climate justice?
  • August 31st, 2021: 10am ET
  • Facilitator: Michelle Thorne (Mozilla Foundation)
  • Presenter: Chris Adams (Green Web Foundation)
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Keywords open data, climate change
SDG SDG13 Climate action
License CC-BY-SA-4.0
Language English (en)
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Aliases OpenClimate/call 5, Open Climate/call 5
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Created August 31, 2021 by Emilio Velis
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