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Open Call: What makes climate tech imperfectly beautiful?

In order to make progress on building a sustainable tech industry, we cannot let perfection be the enemy of moving forward. Some of the green software tools that are openly available aren’t perfect, but they have helped to initiate a global movement that puts digital sustainability on the table for organisations – large and small – around the world. 

Branch Magazine is looking for your stories on how tech has enabled you to drive climate action, and empowered you to make a more sustainable world at any scale, whether within your team, a local or online community, etc. We’re looking for contributions in the format of quick reflections and longer submissions in a variety of content types.

About Branch

Branch Magazine is an award-winning, online publication to explore what it means to be a technologist in a climate emergency. Green Web Foundation produces Branch on behalf of ClimateAction.Tech (CAT).

Call for contributions is open!

The next issue of Branch will be released at the end of April 2024 and sets out to explore the theme ‘finding beauty in the imperfect’. We explain more about the inspiration behind the theme choice in our open call page.

The aim for Issue 8 is to be the most collaborative yet, and involve the wider CAT community. We’d love you to be a part of it. 

You don’t have to be an experienced writer, nor work in tech, to have something to say about how tech empowered you to make a more sustainable and equitable world

There are two ways to contribute:

  1. Quick – submit a reflection on what makes climate tech imperfectly beautiful to you.
  2. More involved – submit an idea for a full piece.

All submissions are welcome by Tuesday, February 27, 2024. We can’t wait to see how you, the CAT community, respond to this theme!

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