sustainability

Can the internet serve collective liberation and ecological sustainability? Branch magazine addresses a sustainable internet for all
Can the internet serve collective liberation and ecological sustainability? Branch magazine addresses a sustainable internet for all 08 July 2021

Can the internet serve collective liberation and ecological sustainability? This is the question addressed by the latest issue of Branch online magazine, featuring two pieces from APC's latest Global Information Society Watch report on technology, the environment and a sustainable world.

Imagining a principle for a feminist internet focusing on environmental justice
Imagining a principle for a feminist internet focusing on environmental justice 12 May 2021 Jes Ciacci for GenderIT.org

"A feminist internet respects life in all shapes and colours. It is not a consumer." As part of the GISWatch 2020 report, Jes Ciacci brings together the background and basis for a feminist internet principle in relation to the environment.

Five amazing ways e-waste has been used for art
Five amazing ways e-waste has been used for art 12 May 2021 Computer Aid

E-waste is a growing problem, and finding uses for redundant ICT equipment has been on the minds of sustainability experts for years. However, it turns out it's also been on the minds of some artists!

Taking action: GISWatch 2020 authors speak out on creating a sustainable world
Taking action: GISWatch 2020 authors speak out on creating a sustainable world 21 April 2021 APCNews

On Earth Day 2021, APC launched its 2020 edition of Global Information Society Watch (GISWatch) on the theme of "Technology, the environment and a sustainable world: Responses from the global South". Listen to voices from around the globe as we join the global movement for climate justice.

GISWatch 2020 launch: Technology, the environment and a sustainable world
GISWatch 2020 launch: Technology, the environment and a sustainable world 07 April 2021 APCNews

The new edition of GISWatch on "Technology, the environment and a sustainable world: Responses from the global South" is launching! Be sure to save the date – 22 April – and join us as we explore the constructive role that technology can play in confronting environmental and climate crises.

Inside the Digital Society: The Sustainable Development Goals, the environment and the digital society
Inside the Digital Society: The Sustainable Development Goals, the environment and the digital society 29 March 2021 David Souter

This week’s blog’s a ‘sneak peek’ of the chapter I’ve written for this year’s Global Information Society Watch (GISWatch) report by APC. It’s an overview of the main issues around the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), the environment and the digital society. 

GISWatch 2020 Sneak Peek! Read a selection of full-length reports on tech and the environment
GISWatch 2020 Sneak Peek! Read a selection of full-length reports on tech and the environment 26 March 2021

The 2020 edition of Global Information Society Watch (GISWatch) will be launching soon! In anticipation, you can now read a selection of full-length reports in the GISWatch 2020 Sneak Peek!

Inside the Digital Society: A better environment for the internet
Inside the Digital Society: A better environment for the internet 28 September 2020 David Souter

Digital technology has potential to improve energy efficiency, which could contribute to a lower carbon future, but it’s also the fastest growing source of energy consumption (and so carbon emissions in the world today) – as well as one of the fastest growing sources of pollution.

Inside the Digital Society: Greening the digital society
Inside the Digital Society: Greening the digital society 21 September 2020 David Souter

It’s the end of this strange COVID Northern summer / Southern winter. Time for this blog for APC to resume its weekly exploration ‘Inside the Digital Society’.

Inside the Digital Society: Measuring the impact of ICTs on development
Inside the Digital Society: Measuring the impact of ICTs on development 17 February 2020 David Souter

The world thirty years from now will be as different from today, in terms of its technology, as today’s world is from that of the early twentieth century. Digitalisation’s changes will interact with others, especially with climate change and with the shifting sands of geopolitics.

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