Green Web Foundation has built open decision-making infrastructure to track and enable the transition to a fossil-free internet, including stewarding an open dataset to check if websites run on renewable energy, accessed over 2 billion times.
In 2020, we began to reboot our organization to better meet the moment of the climate crisis. Building on our history and expertise in open data and greening the internet, we began providing more targeted support to internet practitioners who want to change destructive defaults in the technology they make and use. We collaborated with a number of projects to demonstrate what a fossil-free internet could look like using open data and open code. We launched a Green Web Fellowship program to empower internet practitioners to center on climate justice.