The sustainable web manifesto was created by Tom Greenwood along with other collaborators and the agency Wholegrain Digital.
We all share and use the web, just as we all share and live on this planet. This manifesto is a public declaration of a shared commitment to create a sustainable internet.
If the Internet was a country, it would be the 7th largest polluter in the world and is expected to grow considerably by 2030.
If we embrace sustainability in our work, we can create a web that is good for people and planet.
By signing this manifesto I have declared my commitment to create a greener web.
The services we provide and services we use will be powered by renewable energy.
The products and services we provide will use the least amount of energy and material resources possible.
The products and services we provide will be accessible, allow for the open exchange of information, and allow users to control their data.
The products and services we provide will not mislead or exploit users in their design or content.
The products and services we provide will support an economy that nourishes people and planet.
The products and services we provide will function in the times and places where people need them most.