Kaitiakitanga, preserving our
culture, people, planet.

Digital sustainability refers to the responsible and environmentally conscious use of digital technologies and resources. It involves considering the impact that technology has on the environment, as well as on social and economic systems, and taking steps to ensure that it supports long-term sustainability.

This includes reducing energy consumption, minimizing waste and carbon emissions, designing more efficient and durable devices, and ensuring that digital technologies are accessible to all people. Digital sustainability also involves promoting ethical practices and protecting personal privacy and security, as well as respecting cultural diversity and local communities. By embracing digital sustainability, we can create a more resilient and equitable future for all.