Now here’s me thinking that being online means I’m pretty green.
My entire business is up in the cloud, with very few physical products, not much post, and a little shed in the back garden that uses minimal electricity.
And I never use my printer, not because I’m green but because I can’t hook it up to my computer properly.
But today’s guest is going to explain how even hosting your website has environmental consequences and some simple steps to minimising your environmental footprint.
Tune in to learn:
- What it means to be green online
- How your digital footprint is connected to your carbon footprint
- How climate change is being affected by websites, apps and email
- Common practices online that are more harmful than helpful to the environment
- What steps you can take to reduce your carbon footprint
- Why hosting is a big issue when it comes to being green
- How True Green® can help reduce energy output
- What to focus on when choosing a hosting platform
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