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Reducing the ecological footprint based on data

“What can we do to become more sustainable?” A group of employees within our organization asked themselves this question and first determined the “ecological footprint” of DigitalService in 2021 and 2022. In addition, the Sustainability Group developed measures that everyone can implement to reduce emissions. We share the initial results in this blog post.

Portrait picture of the author Christoph Omid Hohnerlein

Christoph Omid Hohnerlein

has been part of the Access to Justice team since December 2022 and is working on a future with low-threshold digital justice. Previously, he spent several years working and researching in the field of audio signal processing, with a focus on technologies for people with hearing impairments. Christoph is committed to security, inclusion, and climate justice both within and outside of DigitalService, for example, as part of the non-profit association “Faradgang Berlin”.

Portrait picture of the author Clemens Hildermeier

Clemens Hildermeier

has been a Product Manager at DigitalService since the end of 2022. He brings his enthusiasm for the usability and accessibility of digital products from the green-tech industry, where he spent his early professional years working for a new-mobility pioneer and an ecological energy provider. In our NeuRIS project, he contributes to modernizing legal information, making it available and understandable to everyone. Clemens commutes to the office by bike in all weather conditions and enjoys taking a ride to the rehearsal space after work, where he plays the drums.