CO2Web

A Projet of Rete Clima® no profit, for sustainable web

May be you don't know that the web pollutes

Have your website’s surfing
more sustainable!

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The Web pollutes the environment by consuming considerable quantities of electric energy: in this way it indirectly contributes to co2 and greenhouse gas emissions, which are responsible for the climate change.

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Assess

the CO2 emissions produced by the access to your company’s website or blog, according to the page view.

Offset

through CO2web® and neutralize co2 emissions by planting trees in Italy; support green education.

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certificate and green label for your website.

Calculate and offset the CO2eq emissions of your web site

← trail and select your monthly pageview →

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Source: data processing by Reteclima on the basis of the ENEA - MSE (Ministero Sviluppo Economico) document: Rational use of energy in data processing centers (2010); the tool has been developed also through the codification of a specific emission coefficient (in terms of gCO2eq/kWh) with reference to the national energy production mix stated by Terna in 2012 and by considering the servers’ actual usage in national data centers. For further details please contact us: [javascript protected email address]

Dona e compensa per un anno l'utilizzo del tuo sito

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Your web surfing pollutes!

Surfing the web, sending emails, watching videos online, all this implies energy consumption which causes co2 emissions.

click here to know your emissions

Email usage

← trail and select your email per month with 1MB attachment →

email per month

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Youtube usage

← trail and select your view per month of 3 minutes Youtube videos →

videos per month

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Internet usage

← trail and select your time per month on Internet →

hours per month

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Source: Prof. Alex Wissner-Gross – Harvard University

Reduce your environment impact of your web usage!

Check the positioning of the Italian forestry compensation of your website’s co2 emissions.

The traceability code is on the compensation certificate: let your clients know about it!