Data storage needs energy: the more data you store, the higher your emissions.
Reduce the carbon emission of each step of the game industry lifecycle, from raw materials extraction to game data storage.
Video games use electricity. But how much? Measure and act to drastically reduce your game’s direct footprint.
Fight device obsolescence and reduce e-waste by releasing games on previous generation devices as well.
Bring the extra optimization done for console or mobile ports back to high-end devices.
Add an” Eco mode” in console or games settings to save power.
If you wonder whether your game is making a difference, the oil industry fighting back is the clearest signal you can ask for.
A game steeped in Anishinaabe culture, celebrating the indigenous fight against oil pipelines in the Great Lakes region.
Call out the corruption, deceit and propaganda of polluting industries, real or fictional, and help ruin their hard-won prestige in the real world!