Category: Software

  • The value of Sustainability: ESG and Non-Financial Impact Reporting for European SMEs

    The value of Sustainability: ESG and Non-Financial Impact Reporting for European SMEs

    In a world that’s continually evolving towards digital predominance and ecological awareness, the focus on sustainability and environmental impact among businesses, especially Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs) in Europe, has surged. The combination of a heightened public awareness of climate change, increasing investor and customer pressure, and the advent of tools to measure environmental impact…

  • AI vs. Internet: Unraveling Their Environmental Footprints

    AI vs. Internet: Unraveling Their Environmental Footprints

    Quantifying the exact environmental impact of AI and the internet is challenging, given the myriad of variables involved. Yet, certain studies provide some clarity. For instance, research from the University of Massachusetts Amherst indicated that training a substantial language model could produce as much as 280 tonnes of CO2—comparable to a car journey spanning 10,000…

  • The Silent Weight of Digital Waste: What It Is and Why We Should Care

    The Silent Weight of Digital Waste: What It Is and Why We Should Care

    Digital waste, the redundant and unnecessary data cluttering the internet, has far-reaching implications for both our online experiences and the environment. As the size of webpages increases due to inefficiencies, so does the energy required to power these data transactions, resulting in a significant carbon footprint. Through optimizing digital content and raising awareness, we can…

  • The Power of Sustainable Web Development: A Communications Perspective

    The Power of Sustainable Web Development: A Communications Perspective

    Discover the power of sustainable web development from a communications perspective. Learn how implementing eco-friendly practices can enhance user experience, reduce costs, and strengthen your brand’s commitment to sustainability. Stay ahead of the curve by adopting sustainable web development strategies, attracting environmentally conscious consumers and ensuring long-term success in the world of communications.

  • Reducing Your Digital Usage

    Reducing Your Digital Usage

    Technology is something we use every day, but we tend to underestimate our impact from our daily use of technology. Everytime we search up a site or send a text, we are creating an impact. To put this into perspective, digital technologies are responsible for 4% of greenhouse gas emissions, and this energy consumption is…

  • An Underlooked Impactor on Emissions

    When considering causes of emissions, many consumers overlook the impact that technological devices have in this sector. Everyday, we use our phones, laptops, and other devices without a second thought. However, the energy usage from these devices is a giant contributor to emissions, and every click you make has an impact.  In the grand scheme,…

  • Multi layer strategy to fend off the CO2 emissions

    Green supply chain utopia is coming An unavoidable trend that will change the way we do business in Europe is certainly the “Green supply chain”. This topic is mainly faced by big corporations, but in reality it is involving more and more small and medium sized enterprises. But what does it mean to create a…

  • 5 pathways to the materiality of ESG factors

    5 pathways to the materiality of ESG factors

    In this post you will learn why ESG factors are important for companies, investors and all the stakeholders involved. There are 5 major pathways to the materiality of ESG factors. Customers First of all, better or worse ESG performance can attract or repel customers who pay more or pay less. The most rapidly and only…

  • 6 easy ways to reduce your website impact

    900+ millions tons of CO2 is Internet’s carbon footprint today and this number will double by 2030. Businessmen and developers need to adopt greener practices. Websites can be made more sustainable by reducing the amount of computation and network involved in serving, delivering and rendering the website on the users devices.  A few of the…

  • Stamina websites are a way to waste less energy

    How many times do we visit a site and then do something else without closing the window? Well, that site continues to exchange data from the server to our computer. It is not expensive to design sites so that they go into stamina mode after a few minutes if there is no browsing. Suzuki’s Italian…