Social, economic and climate justice have been a part of our core values and have driven us to incorporate sustainability in our work and with clients. We are excited to be sponsoring this year’s AWS re:Invent Code Green! Sustainability Data Hackathon and Workshop. Code Green! is an all-day coding event for builders to solve a sustainability-related technical challenge taking place on Monday, November 29th from 8AM-8PM PST at Upper Level Lafite 5, The Wynn Las Vegas. Join us!
As technology becomes more central to peoples' lives, and to what businesses do, and how they succeed, the ethics of technology must come into sharper focus. We published The Responsible tech playbook to help you to assess, model and mitigate the impact of your work on the individual and society. We have also launched an open source solution, Cloud Carbon Footprint, which provides organizations with visibility and tooling to measure, monitor and reduce their cloud carbon emissions.
Thoughtworks applied its deep agile and technical expertise to building a Fractionalized Offset Management (FOM) system for Tradewater, a mission-based environmental project development firm focused on preventing greenhouse gas emissions. We are excited to be partnering with Tradewater to achieve its goal of reducing greenhouse gas emissions and making high-impact carbon offsets accessible to everyone, no matter the size of the offset.
Additionally, Thoughtworks and Tradewater will work together to offset the carbon impact of participants' travel to AWS re:Invent, eliminating 2,000 tons of greenhouse gases from the atmosphere. Visit our booth to offset your carbon footprint.
Check out our partner story with Tradewaters to know more.
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