6/ Exciting options for alternative PCB substrates!
• Jiva Materials (@JivaMaterials@twitter.com) – cellulose-based, biodegradable, recyclable; ramping toward general availability! https://jivamaterials.com/technology
• Mobius – chitin from shrimp shells! Still theoretical: https://youtu.be/XIlbsm7Lwlw
AND, it runs off a #solar-powered #server!!! Learn how (HW + #webdev + #design): https://github.com/lowtechmag/solar/wiki/Solar-Web-Design
3/ Project Drawdown gives the most effective solutions to reach drawdown (where greenhouse gases in the atmosphere begin to decline). Heavily researched, concrete, diverse solutions: #bioplastics, land use, power, shipping, utilities, education...
It's an inspiring list! Really shows how people in ANY discipline have applicable skills for #sustainability. 💚✨
Plus, LOTS of postings for paid work you can feel good about!
...And for me, introvert extraordinaire who gets paralyzed by the fear of failure bcs I can't show up consistently: it's Fine Actually 😄 You can come, ask questions, share your work, find resources, and not feel like a jerk. 💯
They're on twitter too!
I want to post a #ClimateTech link every day in May. Stating it here so I have a little extra push :)
To start with, here's a simple wiki with some resources for people who want to build #electronics + #sustainability. Made it for my #EarthDay talk last week, now working on migrating elsewhere, but it's a start! Please share any links that might fit:
All other links will be archived there 💙
I’m not as active as I’d like, in part because content from others tends to come in fits and starts and therefore my own does as well.
Is there such a thing as a Mastodon queue (like Tumblr would let you queue posts) to have a more consistent sprinkling of content? I’d definitely use it and follow people who did as well...
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