The latest advancements in green software
By Green Software Foundation
Combat climate change using green software principles and best practices.
Green Software Foundation is excited to host an event during COP27 to highlight advancements in decarbonizing software, including the launch of a Software Carbon Intensity Specification – a new ISO standard (Pending Approval) in measuring green software, a new training program by The Linux Foundation, and a Patterns Catalogue for software engineers at every level to identify specific, actionable steps to green software.
Developing and prioritizing software solutions that use more clean energy and guide climate-conscious energy consumption will dramatically reduce the carbon load needed for technology to meet future needs.
Now, a wide range of tools and resources will help get us closer to that reality.
The developments in green software demonstrate an increasing effort by the software industry to coordinate and mobilize action to reduce carbon emissions
Chairperson & Executive Director
|Panel discussion and Q&A||Asim Hussain, Sanjay Podder, Ben Logan, Niels Freier|
|SCI v1.0||Henry Richardson|
|Hackathon finalists||Abishek Gupta|
|Panel discussion and Q&A||Tammy McClellan, Scott Chamberlin, Lisa McNally, Santiago Fontanarrosa|
|Training and Patterns||Bill Johnson, Sarah Hsu|
|Hackathon finalists||Bill Johnson|
|Panel discussion and Q&A||Anne Currie, Colleen Josephson, Ally Vaughn, Chris Lloyd Jones|
|State of Green Software Report||Ismael Velasco|
|Speaker Bureau||Asim Hussain|
|Carbon Aware SDK v1.0||Vaughan Knight|
|Hackathon winners||Ismael Velasco, Vaughan Knight|
|In Closing||Asim Hussain|