Browsing All Posts filed under »Computing for Sustainability«

Sketching Sustainable Computing

December 9, 2017


So excited about this. We’re sketching an alternative conference proceedings for ICT4S…Visual ICT4S. Join us and learn to sketchnote in the process. Can’t draw? Doesn’t matter – Miriam Sturdee will guide us. Workshop website:

Transformation Mindset – update

August 23, 2017


Here’s a new graphic for the Transformation Mindset.  And a paper that describes the application in Community Development. (p59).

What gives me hope for computing education for sustainability?

November 20, 2016


Here’s a little thing I wrote for a special topic in Interactions: Computing Education for Sustainability – What gives me hope? Here is a page view version, or via its doi.


September 5, 2016


I was interviewed by Bill Tomlinson for the University of California online course, “ICS 5: Global Disruption and Information Technology”, here it is:

Little things that multiply to create positive system change for sustainability

April 11, 2016


Here’s my lecture from late last year to Dunedin U3A’s lecture series on Climate Change, organised by SCAN, the Senior Climate Action Network.   Here is the whole playlist.

#Gaik 2025 (another go at 2025 abstract)

February 11, 2015


Prompted by this request, here’s a second go at an abstract for a 2025 critical computing conference (shorter than this one). Precursors and implications of #Gaiak’s holistic Ecological Computing Manifesto In this paper, we analyse the precursors and implications of #Gaiak’s holistic Ecological Computing Manifesto. This manifesto stemmed from #Gaiak’s reputation as an ecohacker with […]

#Gaik 2025 (first go at 2025 abstract)

January 19, 2015


Prompted by this request, here’s my first go at an abstract for a 2025 critical computing conference.  (the editors rightly say that it is too long and not scientific enough so another one on the way). This paper reviews the work of the celebrated ecohacker artist known only as #Gaiak. Beginning in 2015 with individual […]