I want to first share this VICE piece on Apple’s AirPods. It not only analyses them from the Anthropocene perspective but also from design, cultural and social aspects- https://www.vice.com/en_us/article/neaz3d/airpods-are-a-tragedy
Next up is Ecograder, a service which takes any website URL and gives it a score of how the website is doing in terms of environmental impact. I put that VICE link in there and got this-
Yeah lots of small dev tasks can help optimise the website’s footprint. But the most interesting one to think about is Green Hosting- https://www.mightybytes.com/blog/green-web-hosting/
Then this little piece on Pitchfork, pointing out how music streaming is harmful to the environment than the old school plastic production practices for CDs and vinyls- https://pitchfork.com/news/emissions-from-music-consumption-reach-unprecedented-high-study-shows/
I wonder what’s the carbon footprint of one instagram story?