We make an impact on the environment every single day. Even the things we do virtually matter. Each of these podcast episodes does a good job of explaining how our digital world affects our physical world. They include steps we can take for reducing our digital carbon footprint.
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Creating Sustainable Digital Products with Tom Greenwood of Wholegrain Digital
Every Google search you do affects the environment, and Tom Greenwood, Managing Director at Wholegrain Digital, and author of Sustainable Web Design joins the show to chat about the issues of web sustainability.
Tech Tip Tuesdays
Why Should You Care About Your Digital Carbon Footprint?
In this episode, Marketa Benisek, who's a Climate Reality Leader, tells us about the top three reasons you should care about your digital carbon footprint.
Your Digits Have Footprints
Do digital devices reduce energy and emissions? This climate podcast digitalization episode finds that the answer’s not as clear as you might think
Sustrain Daily Podcast
Digital Carbon Footprint
The morning newspaper and the book you read at night are all available in digital formats. You can work from home or spend hours streaming movies at your convenience because of the internet. Anything and everything is available at our fingertips.
Digital Carbon Footprint & How to Measure It
Frank Meehan discusses the importance of using digital measuring tools and reporting as ways to quantify and share the results of economic activities and sustainability efforts.
This week on Feedback, we're playing a snippet of an interview between EarBuds founder, Arielle Nissenblatt and Jeff Townsend, AKA The Podcast Father.
Jeff hosts a podcast called Indie Podcaster. He recently interviewed Arielle about podcast marketing tactics and the story of EarBuds. Tune in for marketing tips and how to use social media to grow your podcast.
🆕Lauren Passell's Podcast The Newsletter: 🚨LP recommends They Called Me, Hapa, a three-part series from Salted Logic, that explores the word ‘hapa’ from all angles. Hapa is a Hawai’ian word that means a person who is partially of Asian or Pacific Islander descent, but some believe is now being misused.
🎧Spotify announces podcast transcriptions for all users in their latest update. In a world that is concerned with improving accessibility for users, the tech giant seems to be leading the path to improving accessibility for the deaf or hard of hearing. Learn more.