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Where do online GHG come from ?

It is becoming commong knowledge that our digital world is not dematerialised after all. 4% of worldwide GHG emissions come from the production and usage of our electronic gadgets. Let's have a look at where they come from.

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5 Things we Learned the Global Summit by the GSF

At Enverse, we strive to be active members of the global green software movement. We know that strength is in numbers and we were excited to see what big players such as Microsoft and Accenture had to say about these issues that passionate us.

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Using NextJS to green the web

By leveraging frameworks like Next.js and static site rendering, we're able to build high-performing and eco-friendly applications that deliver an exceptional user experience. Static site rendering not only offers faster load times and improved SEO, but it also reduces server load and has a lower carbon footprint. By using modern web technologies like React and optimizing our code, we're able to create applications that are both eco-friendly and highly functional.

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Is pnpm more eco-friendly ?

What is all the rage about this new package manager ?