Blog: Road to Sustainability: Introducing the Museum of the Fossilized Internet

Welcome to the Museum of the Fossilized Internet.

This museum was founded in 2050 to commemorate two decades of a fossil-free internet and to invite museum visitors to experience what the coal and oil-powered internet of 2020 was like.

Gasp at the horrors of surveillance capitalism. Nod knowingly at the plague of spam. Be baffled at the size of AI training data and lament the binge culture of video streaming.

Read the full post, including an announcement to tour the museum around Mozilla’s global offices here: https://foundation.mozilla.org/en/blog/road-sustainability-introducing-museum-fossilized-internet/

New Role: Mozilla Sustainability Steward

I couldn’t be more excited. It’s a pleasure and an honor to share that I’ve been ask to take on a new leading role within Mozilla, building up a dedicated programme to advance environmental sustainability.

It won’t be a walk in the part, but it’s the sort of challenge I could’ve only hoped for. For now, we’ve created a wiki where we’ll be sharing projects, ideas, and findings — have a look and ping me should you wish to get involved!

https://wiki.mozilla.org/Projects/Sustainability

Fellowship: Asian Forum on Global Governance

In January this year, I was provided with the opportunity to travel to India as a Raisina Young Fellow to become part of a wonderful cohort of individuals during the Asian Forum on Global Governance.

I captured some highlights on Instagram, noting:

The #AFGG2020 fellowship was such an incredible experience. 48 people, 28 countries. Too many pictures, too many moments, and all the laughs and fun to choose from.
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We danced. We explored. We debated. We acted. We competed. We listened. We graduated. And obviously: So. Much. More.
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With huge thanks to the Observer Research Foundation and ZEIT-Stiftung for providing us with this opportunity. More to come, no doubt.
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#raisinadialogue #raisina2020 #afgg #youngfellows #globalgovernance #fellowship #lifelonglearning #bondingmoments #friendship #personalgrowth #delhi #india #2020journey #newperspectives

Podcast Interview: TonspurN

Auf der Bits&Bäume Konferenz in Berlin im November 2018 hatte ich die Gelegenheit mit Roman Mesicek vom TonspurN Podcast über “Die erneuerbaren Energien der Digitalbewegung” zu sprechen. Das war ein wirklich unterhaltsames und angenehmes Interview, in dem wir über die Gemeinsamkeiten und Unterschiede von Umwelt- und Digitalbewegung, die Komplexität des digitalen Ökosystems, die Herausforderungen und Ideen, mit denen sich Mozilla beschäftigt und vieles mehr gesprochen haben.

Meine persönliche Hörempfehlung ist nicht nur Folge 63, der Podcast hat noch viele weitere spannende Gesprächspartner rund um die Themen Nachhaltigkeit und Digitalisierung. Hört rein!

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