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Sustainable Web Manifesto

We need a sustainable internet
We all share and use the web, just as we all share and live on this planet. This manifesto is a public declaration of a shared commitment to create a sustainable internet.

The planet is experiencing unprecedented climate change and the Internet is both part of the problem and the solution. From websites to cryptocurrencies, the Internet consumes large amounts of electricity in data centres, telecoms networks, and end user devices. If the Internet was a country, it would be the 4th largest polluter in the world and is expected to grow considerably by 2030.

If we embrace sustainability in our work, we can create a web that is good for people and planet. By signing this manifesto you declare your commitment to create a greener web.

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3 responses to “Sustainable Web Manifesto”

  1. Stefano Iannello says:

    I wholeheartedly endorse the idea of a sustainable internet. The parallels drawn between our interconnected world and our shared planet are thought-provoking. We rely on the internet for so much in our daily lives, but it’s critical that we address the environmental challenges it poses.

    The internet’s energy consumption and carbon footprint are concerning, making it essential for us to take action now. By committing to sustainability in our online activities, we have the potential to create a more eco-friendly web.

    Signing this manifesto signifies our dedication to being part of the solution rather than contributing to the problem. Together, we can shape a digital landscape that not only benefits people but also preserves our planet for generations to come. I’m excited to be a part of this movement! #SustainableInternet

  2. joana demirani says:

    The web, a powerful force connecting us all, can either exacerbate or alleviate the environmental challenges we face. I believe it is important to dive into the conversation on mindful online presence. How can we balance innovation with eco-conscious practices and in which manner we contribute in the waste produced by our online actions.

  3. Duc Anh Dang says:

    Absolutely agree! The environmental impact of the internet is undeniable, and it’s crucial that we collectively commit to a sustainable web. Embracing eco-friendly practices, such as implementing green web hosting, is a step towards a greener internet that benefits both people and the planet. Let’s sign this manifesto and make a positive impact on our digital footprint!

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