LibreCast aims to provide a next generation internet with better privacy, more decentralisation, less spam and better energy efficiency by using "multicast". You can follow at:

➡️ @librecast

The website is at librecast.net

You can see a brief overview on its funding page at nlnet.nl/project/LibrecastLive

For a clearer explanation of what multicast even means, see the video at spectra.video/w/qd4Tn4wXg9JM34

Bits & Bäume ("Bits & Trees") is a German campaign group which aims to build bridges between technology fans and environmentalists. You can follow at:

➡️ @bits_und_baeume (main account, in German)

More info at bits-und-baeume.org

Some of the local branches are on here too (all are in German):

➡️ @bitsundbaeume_berlin (Berlin)

➡️ @BitsUndBaeumeDresden (Dresden)

➡️ @bitsundbaeume_stuttgart (Stuttgart)

Fridays For Future Nigeria is an young people's environmental campaign group based in Nigeria, fighting against global warming and other environmental destruction.

You can follow at:

➡️ @FFF

The European Union Agency for the Space Programme (EUSPA) co-ordinates the various EU space services including Galileo sat nav, Copernicus climate satellites, asteroid monitoring etc. You can follow their official accounts at:

➡️ @EUSPA@social.network.europa.eu (main account)

➡️ @euspa@tube.network.europa.eu (video account)

EUSPA's website is at euspa.europa.eu

Parents For Future is an international environmental campaign to stop global warming.

You can follow its German and Swedish branches at:

➡️ @parents4future (in German)

➡️ @parents4future_se (in Swedish)

The German website is at parentsforfuture.de and the Swedish site is at parents4future.se

Plants with Chris Were is an account about plants in the garden and in the wild. You can follow at:

➡️ @plantswithchris

It details Chris's attempts to grow a garden, and boosts posts from other gardening and plant-related accounts.

Open Source Gardens aims to connect gardeners around the world and encourage the use of open source seeds (plants which haven't been patented). You can follow at:

➡️ @opensourcegardens (in English and German)

Their website is at opensourcegardens.info

(Note that this is a different group to @opensourceseeds but they do support each other!)

GreenFediverse is a project to list Fedi instances that use environmentally friendlier energy sources for their hosting. You can follow at:

➡️ @greenfediverse

The list is currently available at greenfediverse.frama.io/green-

The project is looking for help with coding, you can contribute at framagit.org/greenfediverse or codeberg.org/GreenFediverse

Dr Dan Killam is a paleobiologist at the Biosphere 2 research facility in the Arizona desert, who has a particular interest in clams. You can follow at:

➡️ @dantheclamman

Killam's "Clamsplaining" website is at dantheclamman.blog

Eyes on Nature posts and boosts photos of wildlife and the natural world. You can follow at:

➡️ @norg

Karrot is a free open source platform for sharing real life resources (for example excess food, to prevent it going to waste).

You can follow the project at:

➡️ @karrot

The main instance is at karrot.world

You can find the source code at github.com/yunity

(The emphasis is on food, but the platform can be used to share anything.)

Ian Cylkowski posts beautiful lush phots of the English countryside, very reminiscent of Tolkien's Shire.

You can follow at:

➡️ @IanCykowski (main account)

and

➡️ @Iancylkowski (photo account)

Cylkowski also has a website at iancylkowski.com

Gentle Living Shop posts calm relaxing tutorial videos about making your own soaps, clothes, craft projects, and using libre software. You can follow at:

➡️ @craftykat

If the videos aren't visible on your instance yet, you can see them all at diode.zone/a/craftykat/videos

They also have PDF text & photo versions of the tutorials on their site at gentlelivingshop.org

Absinthe posts about home grown vegetables, flowers and other plants. You can follow at:

➡️ @absinthe

They also offer help to others who need advice on gardening.

Fairphone is the only smartphone maker that has fair wages with safe working conditions, minimum environmental impact, and modular hardware that the user can easily fix/upgrade themselves (they even include a screwdriver in the box!).

You can follow them at:

➡️ @Fairphone

Their site is at fairphone.com

You can buy a Fairphone with degoogled Android preinstalled at esolutions.shop

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