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Ignite Cleanweb

September 12, 2012 in Events, External, Labs, Meetups, WG Economics

Ignite Cleanweb

Ignite Event in London

This Thursday in London, Cleanweb UK invites you to their first Ignite evening, hosted by Forward Technology. Come along and see a great lineup of lightning talks, all about what’s happening with sustainability and the web in the UK.

From clean clouds, to home energy, to climate visualisation, there will plenty to learn, and plenty of other attendees to get to know. It’ll be an evening to remember, so make sure you’re there! Sign up on the Cleanweb UK website.

Confirmed lighting talks:

  • Loco2 vs The European Rail Booking Monster, Jon Leighton, Loco2
  • Love Thy Neighbour. Rent Their Car, Tom Wright, Whipcar
  • Solar Panels Cross The Chasm, Jason Neylon, uSwitch
  • Weaponising Environmentalism, Chris Adams, AMEE
  • Energy Saving Behaviour – The Motivation Challenge, Paul Tanner, Virtual Technologies
  • Good Food, For Everyone, Forever. Easy, Right?, Ed Dowding, Sustaination
  • The Open Energy Monitor Project, Glyn Hudson & Tristan Lea, OpenEnergyMonitor
  • The Carbon Map, Robin Houston, Carbon Map
  • Putting the Local in Global Warming with Open Data, Jack Townsend, Globe Town
  • Cleanweb in the UK, James Smith, Cleanweb UK

and more…

Cleanweb community

Cleanweb Community London

There is a movement growing. Bit by bit, developers are using the power of the web to make our world more sustainable. Whether by improving the way we travel, the way we eat, or the way we use energy, the web is making a difference. The Cleanweb movement is building a global conversation, with local chapters running hackdays and meetups to get people together.

Here in the UK, we’ve been doing this longer than anyone else. Cleanweb-style projects were emerging in 2007, with 2008′s geeKyoto conference bringing together a lot of early efforts.

It’s only really appropriate then that we have the most active Cleanweb community in the world, in the form of Cleanweb London. With over 150 members, it’s a great base, on which we’re building a wider Cleanweb UK movement. We’ve run a hackday, have regular meetups, and are building towards our first Ignite Cleanweb evening.

This is an expanding community, made of many different projects and groups, and one that has a chance to do some real good. If you’d like to be part of it, or if you already are but didn’t know it, come along to a meetup and get involved!

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