‘The internet is dirty’: is it possible to design a carbon neutral website?

Our use of the internet accounts for 3.7% of global greenhouse gas emissions, according to Lancaster University researcher Mike Hazas. This is similar to the carbon emissions from the airline industry, and it’s predicted to double by 2025. And yet, it’s a seldom discussed area of carbon emissions — probably because we’re so reliant on the internet and…

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