The Linux Foundation joins Accenture, GitHub, Microsoft, and ThoughtWorks to Launch the Green Software Foundation to put sustainability at the core of software engineering

As we think about the future of the software industry we believe we have a responsibility to help build a better future a more sustainable future both internally at our organizations and in partnership with industry leaders around the globe. With data centers around the world accounting for 1 of global electricity demand and projections to consume 3-8 in the next decade its imperative we address this as an industry.

To help in that endeavor were excited to announce the formation of The Green Software Foundation a nonprofit founded by Accenture GitHub Microsoft and ThoughtWorks established with the Linux Foundation and the Joint Development Foundation Projects LLC to build a trusted ecosystem of people standards tooling and leading practices for building green software.

Read more at The Microsoft Blog.

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