Should You Switch Search Engine To Reduce Your Environmental Impact?

‘One sec, I’ll just Google it’ — a sentence that we hear on the regular in the internet-driven world of today.

In fact, on average each of us makes 3–4 internet searches every single day, with Google being by far the most commonly used search engine.

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