Website Digital Carbon Footprints
The Internet is Not Carbon Free
Do you know how much greenhouse gas your website produces?
It’s probably more than you expect.
But you can do something about it.
The Internet and the Climate
If the Internet were a nation, it would be the 4th biggest contributor of carbon emissions on the planet.
Every web page generates carbon emissions. Some more, some less.
Individually, these might be small, yet across an entire website they add up to something much more significant that grows with your traffic.
Based on complexity and use, some pages might vastly outweigh others. So how do you know where to start your carbon reduction efforts?
This is just one area that Digital Carbon Online can help.
The Carbon Impact of This Site
According to WebsiteCarbon.com this website produces less carbon emissions than most.
Yet, it still produces 0.15g of CO2 every time it loads. At that rate,10,000 visits per month would have the same CO2 impact as boiling water for 2,412 cups of tea.
That is just one page.
What about a site with 1000s pages?
Hint: It’s a lot more.
Reducing Your Company’s Website Carbon Footprint
Why Reducing Website Carbon Is Important
Solving Your Website’s Carbon Emission Problem
Our solution helps you discover the full carbon impact of your website, prioritise reductions and proactively remove carbon emissions.
Solving Your Website Carbon Emissions Problem
Digital Carbon Online Features
CO2 Site Map
Automatically map the carbon footprint of every viewed page on your website.
Determine which pages emit the most carbon and prioritise optimisation for CO2 reductions.
Automatically sponsor trusted, effective carbon removal projects.
Collect data to help fulfill you regulatory and customer-driven carbon reporting obligations.
Use the digitalcarbon.online badge to clearly demonstrate leadership in digital carbon action.
Independently communicate your progress with trust and transparency.
Reduce Your Website Carbon Now
Are you interested in how Digital Carbon Online can help solve your website’s carbon problem?
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