In your organization - how do you become green?

Bogomil Shopov - Bogo
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Being green means a different thing for everyone. What is your definition of that? Some significant initiatives I heard or tried include: - Planting trees after a great success - Riding bike to work, instead of a public transport - Not using your camera in [put your favorite remote software here] meetings - Turning off the cloud instance, you don't use What's something you tried and recommend me trying with my teams?

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Co-founder Poppins.me Nocoder & UX
Consuming lesser electricity in general, being aware of your actions on how they add up to carbon emissions is very important.
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@mishra_mayank Yeah, but how do you do it while you are at work?
Founder @ moe.travel
You should def review Klima (https://klima.com) on this subject. They have pretty neat solutions for individuals and companies to offset their carbon footprint.
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@boraoztunc Giving money to support climate positive change is one of the measures. I am interested in more options. Any thoughts?
B Corp impact business model innovation
@bogomep The framework created by We Fight Climate Change is useful. Here's how one of the companies mentioned in this thread (Klima) is using it: https://wtca.lfca.earth/e/klima e.g.: switch to veggie catering. Other options halfway down the page include sustainable banking/pensions. Another useful resource is the website carbon calculator by Wholegrain Digital, a certified B Corp: https://www.websitecarbon.com/ The founder, Tom Greenwood, also wrote a book about Sustainable Web Design https://abookapart.com/products/...
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Working at Marmelab
Being green means to us to minimize our digital carbon footprint. This is why we created a tool that allows other developers to measure and reduce their website's CO2 emissions. If you're interested in this topic too, check out GreenFrame: https://www.producthunt.com/post...
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@caroline_schneider i'll check it for sure.