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Hey founding subscribers!
Firstly thank you for sharing your interest in this topic and support you may have expressed elsewhere. It means a lot when starting out these little experiments.
This week we have a packed issue with as much variety as I could possibly find. As always, I’m open to any feedback, questions or links you’d like me to share next week.
“A thought experiment for the next billion seconds”. A proposal for (re-)designing tools and systems to better understand the complexity of the interrelationships and interdependencies between the digital economy and the environmental emergency — Written in 2019 but still provides a fascinating thought process.
A new campaign launched at London Design Festival to help UK designers tackle their environmental footprint. The campaign unites studios tired with the industry's lack of climate action.
Microsoft Bing Is the First Major Search Engine to Incorporate Ethical Fashion Filters. Good on you is also a must for finding sustainable clothes and to check the sustainability rating of your favourite stores.
I’ve noticed a huge drive for Climate Draft over the past year. Connecting leading climate startups with for advisors, investors, and team members. They provide ways to learn about climate tech and connect with companies decarbonizing the world.
Similarly to Climate Draft, Terra is a global professional network to help you land a climate job.
This article depicts a similar thought process to my experience last year before starting my little independent adventure. Too many creative leaders lose touch with what it takes to create. Become a better leader by getting better at your craft.
Dutch city, Haarlem, becomes world’s first to ban meat adverts in public. An effort to reduce consumption after meat was found to contribute to climate crisis.
This video shows Air Company’s first-ever test flight using 100% unblended sustainable aviation fuel made directly from CO2.
Talks and discussions streamed live from Newcastle 8-9th November.