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emoncms - Web-app for processing, logging and visualising energy, temperature and other environmental data

  •    PHP

There are differences between the standard version of emoncms and the version of emoncms running on emoncms.org. This repository contains the code for the standard version of emoncms, currently in version 9. This is the version installed on the OpenEnergyMonitor SD Card that comes with the EmonPi and EmonBase and is recommended for all self-install versions of emoncms. The emoncms.org version Github: emoncms/emoncmsorg is a fork that is specific for multi-server installations. While both versions share the same roots the code for emoncms.org differs significantly to the standard version of emoncms, the user experience is intended to be similar but there are currently a number of differences in the API and look of the inputs and feeds interfaces as well as a reduced feature set in general on emoncms.org in order to ensure stability. In general development on emoncms.org moves slower than the standard emoncms for this reason.

open-sustainable-technology - Listing of worldwide open technology projects preserving a stable climate, energy supply and vital natural resources


A curated list of open technology projects to sustain a stable climate, energy supply, and vital natural resources. Our ambition is to list all sustainable, open and actively maintained sustainable technology projects worldwide. Your contribution is necessary to keep this list alive, increase the quality and to expand it. Read more about its origin and how you can participate in the contribution guide, community chat, presentation slides and related blog post. Please contact us to give feedback, hints and ideas for OpenSustain.tech or create an issue.

electricitymap-contrib - A real-time visualisation of the CO2 emissions of electricity consumption

  •    Python

A real-time visualisation of the Greenhouse Gas (in terms of CO2 equivalent) footprint of electricity consumption built with d3.js and mapbox GL, maintained by Tomorrow. Try it out at http://www.electricitymap.org, or download the app on Google Play or App store. Join us on Slack if you wish to discuss development or need help to get started.

scaphandre - ⚡ Electrical power consumption metrology agent

  •    Rust

Scaphandre [skafɑ̃dʁ] is a metrology agent dedicated to electrical power consumption metrics. The goal of the project is to permit to any company or individual to measure the power consumption of its tech services and get this data in a convenient form, sending it through any monitoring or data analysis toolchain. Scaphandre means heavy diving suit in 🇫🇷. It comes from the idea that tech related services often don't track their power consumption and thus don't expose it to their clients. Most of the time the reason is a presumed bad ROI. Scaphandre makes, for tech providers and tech users, easier and cheaper to go under the surface to bring back the desired power consumption metrics, take better sustainability focused decisions, and then show the metrics to their clients to allow them to do the same.

kartevonmorgen - Mapping for Good

  •    Nix

von morgen supports kindness, sustainability and joint action. Everything that brings a little happiness to our world. We believe that living in a de‐stressed, environmental‐friendly and trust‐worthy society, is already in progress. We want to support people in finding ways to embrace those values. The Map von morgen is a website and app, that allows users to share their favorite places in the world. Places that are forward‐thinking and inspiring. The goal is to collect projects, companies and events that make a world of tomorrow, already experienceable today.

openfairdb - Open Fair DB

  •    Rust

A micro backend for Karte von morgen written in Rust. The API is now available at

Sustainable-Earth - A curated list of all things sustainable

  •    Ruby

A curated list of all things sustainable. The list is divided into categories such as Books, Companies, Apps, Movies. There is no pre-established order of items in each category, the order is for contribution. If you want to contribute, please read the guide.

sustainable-oss-attributes - :purse: What does a sustainable open source project look like?


In a recent blog post I wanted to articulate what a successful, sustainable open source project looks like, including what kinds of work do people do on it, and what kind of community of users and contributors it has. Then with that as an end point, we can work backwards to figure out how to bring that world to life. Contributions and discussions are very welcome, just open an issue or a pull request.

sdg-indicators - Development website for collecting and disseminating UK data for the Sustainable Development Goal global indicators

  •    Javascript

This is a development website for collecting and disseminating UK data for the Sustainable Development Goal global indicators. This is a collaboration between the ONS Sustainable Development Goals team and the ONS Data Science Campus, building on the earlier work of the US GSA. For any guidance on how to use the website or develop it further for your own country, please refer to the wiki. Please send any comments and feedback to sustainabledevelopment@ons.gov.uk.

continuous-reforestation - Make continuous reforestation part of your daily workflow :deciduous_tree:

  •    Python

A GitHub Action for planting trees within your development workflow using the Reforestation as a Service (RaaS) API developed by DigitalHumani. Planting trees is an easy way to make a difference in the fight against climate change. Every tree helps to bind CO2 as long as it grows and creates living space for wildlife. Automating the process gives you total control of where, when and how much you want to contribute while saving you the fuss of doing the whole process manually. By using the RaaS API, you or your project can plant trees in a transparent way by exposing the API calls and related statistics. The RaaS API is completely free of charge. You only pay for the trees (1 $ each) directly to the reforestation organization. Find more information on this project read our blog post.

nmf-app - Understand and reduce your carbon footprint 🌱 iOS & Android.

  •    TypeScript

Repository for the NMF.earth React Native application, built with Expo, Redux Toolkit and Typescript. Design can be found on Figma. Eslint is used in the project to enforce code style and should be configured in your editor.

sustainable-mobility-api - Library and API to calculate CO2 emissions for personal mobility.

  •    Python

This project consists of a Python library and HTTP API for estimating the environmental impact of personal mobility. The estimator consists of a Python library to calculate CO2 emissions for a transport trip based on the distance and mode. The library has been published to the Python Package Index as transport-co2.


  •    Javascript

We know computers use electricity, and because most of the electricity we use comes from burning fossil fuels to generate, there is an environmental cost to every upload and download we make over the internet. We cando something about this though. The same way we use performance budgets make apps and website faster and cheaper to run, we can use carbon budgets to make them faster, cheaper and greener.

urban-and-regional-planning-resources - Community list of data & technology resources concerning the built environment and communities


This repository contains curated list of different urban & regional planning data & technology resources. Those interested in the built environement are invited to review and contribute to this repository.

amazon-asdi - Docs and supporting material for the Amazon Sustainability Data Initiative.

  •    Jupyter

The Amazon Sustainability Data Initiative (ASDI) seeks to accelerate sustainability research and innovation by minimizing the cost and time required to acquire and analyze large sustainability datasets. ASDI supports innovators and researchers with the data, tools, and technical expertise they need to move sustainability to the next level. This repo contains docs, examples, and supporting material for the Amazon Sustainability Data Initiative (ASDI), an initiative to provide access to large datasets in the cloud to help researchers and innovators address a wide range of sustainability challenges.

funding - Let's get open source maintainers paid ✨

  •    Javascript

This is an open source funding experiment! The current model of sustaining open source is not working. We desperately need more experimentation. This is one such experiment. Whenever users install open source software, this package will display a message from a company that supports open source. The sponsorship pays directly for maintainer time. That is, writing new features, fixing bugs, answering user questions, and improving documentation.

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