In this post, I want to look at the two different carbon accounting models used for estimation, and in what scenario you might use one over the other.
My most recent writing on sustainable web development, performance tips for websites and apps, as well as a few other musings.
In this post, I want to continue building out an incremental model, but rather than focusing on emissions calculations I want to create a model to estimate energy use.
In this post I will look at an possible alternative approach to calculating the emissions of the server (data center/hosting) segment for websites using the methodology outlined by Cloud Carbon Footprint.
A look back at a very full 2023.
This post was originally published as part of the 2023 Web Performance Calendar.
It's almost COP time, which means another website review! This year I'm focusing on the controversial Low Carbon Version of the COP28 website, and looking at how it has been implemented.
How much power does loading a JPEG, WebP, and AVIF image consumer on a user's device? In this post, I've used the Firefox Profiler to run some unscientific tests in the hopes of finding out.
A couple of weeks ago I had the pleasure of jumping on the Environment Variables: This Week in Green Software podcast with Chris Adams.
Sitespeed.io is an open-source website performance monitoring solution that also has a sustainability plugin powered by CO2.js.
CO2.js v0.13.0 brings the latest average grid intensity data from Ember into the library, as well as expands the number of countries for which average grid intensity data is available.