The add-on “Carbonalyser” allows to visualize the electricity consumption and greenhouse gases (GHG) emissions that your Internet browsing leads to. Since october 2019 and thanks to Orange Labs, it is also available as an app: Mobile Carbonalyser. Visualizing it will get you to understand that impacts of digital technologies on climate change and natural resources […]
Category Archives: Blog – Let’s Shift!
The Shift Project wishes to provide all video producers with a 4-page Guide that will help them reduce the size of a video while maintaining a good quality. Why this Guide? The aim is to contribute to digital sobriety, in order to avoid climate chaos and slow the depletion of resources. Video data-flows account for […]
Matthieu Auzanneau, the executive director of the Shift Project and the author of Or noir, la grande histoire du pétrole (La Découverte, 2015) explains in this educative video why extractive […]
What Is the Future of European Forests Confronted with Climate Change and the Carbon Neutrality Objective?
André-Jean Guérina,and Felix Lallemand publish an article in the Revue Forestière, on the future ofthe Europen Forest and the wood industry . Their work was carried out at The Shift Project, to elaborate the […]
Climate change: the economic world is calling upon the next president to set a (really) commensurate strategy with the Paris Agreement
The « Decarbonize Europe Manifesto » has been signed as of today by almost 80 leading companies’ CEOs and many smaller ones, professional associations and numerous French academics. It is calling upon the French presidential candidates, […]
Let’s decarbonize Europe for good! Jean-Marc Jancovici, The Shift Project’s president, introduced the press to the “Decarbonize Europe Manifesto” on Thursday, March 21st. The “Manifesto” is a call for action signed by numerous economic leaders […]
Half of conventional oil resources, the majority of natural gas resources and almost all coal resources should remain underground if humanity is to succeed in limiting global warming to 2 […]
The long awaited Paris Agreement can be considered a great historic victory. Despite the regrettable vagueness about emissions reduction by 2100, the Agreement does give strong signals which encourage a […]