Partnerships and Sponsorships

Can you support the future of this site and its valuable resources?

Why this site needs your sponsorship

I've been proud to personally offer the resources and directory of sustainable developers for free, without the need for advertising or other revenue to cover the costs. It has so far been funded out of my own pocket.

However, with the continued financial crisis, I am now in a position where I need to ask for help from this wonderful community to keep the site up and running, maintaining the open nature of the site and its resources for many.

What sponsorship will help with


Sponsorship money will predominantly go towards the cost of hosting this website and its resources, keeping the site free and open for as many people around the world as possible.

New resources

If the costs of hosting are covered by the sponsorships, money will then go towards supporting the time spent researching and writing content on one day each week, including costs associated with testing tools that result in new useful resources or the creation of our own tools that enable developers to create lower carbon websites. This could facilitate new content types, such as a podcast series.

Climate action

If money exceeds these other costs, the remaining will go towards funding climate action projects via Ecologi.

What I am offering

Key sponsor
£100+ per year

— A large logo and link to your website on the homepage and at the top of a new sponsors page as a key sponsor

— Mentions on LinkedIn and Twitter

Become a key sponsor

Main sponsor
£50+ per year

— A small logo and link to your website on a new sponsors page as a main sponsor

Become a main sponsor

£10+ per year

— Your name or company name, in text only, on a new sponsors page, listed as a supporter

Become a supporter
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Hello World

My name is Nick Lewis. I'm a web developer from the UK.

I started this website after becoming aware of how climate change was affecting and continues to affect our planet, and how the internet plays a role in that.

Working in the tech industry day-in day-out and knowing some specific methods to make websites lighter, more efficient, and lower in carbon, I want to continue sharing this knowledge now and into the future.

More about Nick

Want to support in another way?

I'm on the lookout for volunteers and contributors who can assist in creating more helpful content for a tech-focused audience.

It is a big ask, but one that aims to benefit our planet.

I want to volunteer