An analysis based on exclusive data, conducted by the think tank The Shift Project, suggests that most of current oil supply sources to the European Union may decline by 2030. […]
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Did The Shift Project really overestimate the carbon footprint of online video? Our analysis of the IEA and CarbonBrief articles
In a nutshell: An analysis published in March correctly pointed out an error by The Shift Project regarding the climate footprint of online video. This error appeared during an interview. […]
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 […]
The energy consumption of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) is increasing by 9% every year. It is possible to limit this growth to 1.5% per year by moving to sober […]
The Shift Project‘s ten collaborators are of diverse backgrounds, and are managed by the Executive Director Matthieu Auzanneau. The think tank operates under the supervision of the Internal Committee and its President Jean-Marc Jancovici. Project Managers lead the working groups, and The Shift Project is actively supported by volunteers organized within an independent association, The Shifters.
Press contact : Jean-Noël Geist – 06 95 10 81 91 – firstname.lastname@example.org A glimpse of The Shift Project in the media : find below a selection of articles. 2019 2019-11-18 – Les Échos | « Les grands groupes mis au défi d’une vraie stratégie sur le climat 2019-09-27 – France Culture | Entre croyances et savoirs […]