Michelle Thorne is an activist for climate justice and a fossil-free internet. In this episode, we talked about the climate impact of the web, about the need for systemic approaches to tackle the climate crisis, and about how climate justice and a greener internet are directly related.
Michelle Thorne is an activist for climate justice and a fossil-free internet. She works at the Mozilla Foundation, leads research initiatives in Mozilla’s Sustainability Program, and a PhD program on open design and trustable tech with Northumbria University. Michelle also co-publishes a magazine about a sustainable internet, she’s an advisor to the Green Web Foundation, and the Billion Seconds Institute. She is member of ClimateAction.Tech, and a Thinker in Residence at Climate KIC.
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