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C02 Digital Emissions Experts

Together, lets Reduce Digital C02

We help the digital industry reduce their emissions.

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Who We Are.

Our digital lives create more C02 than the whole aviation industry put together (Source: Lancaster University), and now is the time to act.

Green Clicks is on a mission to dramatically reduce digital emissions, by giving digital citizens and companies the tools that they need to monitor, reduce and benefit from the wider value of reducing digital emissions.

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Our Offering


We aim to dramatically reduce the 1.7 Billion tonnes of C02 that global internet use creates each year.

Monitoring

We analyse carbon emissions from websites across the world

Consultation

Our team collaborates with website owners to reduce carbon emissions

Reductions

The differences in emissions are made available as digital insets & offsets

Our Ethics


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    Longevity

    We aim with all our work to create permanent emission reductions.

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    Diversity

    Our mission is to look widely at all opportunities to reduce digital emissions

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    Verifiable

    The work we do will always be transparent, and able to be independently verified

Example Emissions

We contunually monitor and measure online emissions to map the progress globally of reducing digital carbon emissions.


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Web Server

(Estimated Guide)

3.3t+ C02 Annually

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Social Media Use

(Estimated Guide)

305kg+ C02 Annually

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Large Online Conference

(Estimated Guide)

2.4T+ C02

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Medium Website

(Estimated Guide)

3.2t+ C02 Annually

Website Emissions Research

Our team continually monitor and measure scope 1-2 online emissions for the top websites online. This is to raise awareness of the biggest digital emitters, in order to progress global reductions of digital C02 emissions. Get in touch if you would like access to the full research.


Domain

Tonnes of C02 per 100k Homepage Users
Resources Per Load (MB)
Office.com
10.6 Tonnes C02
47mb
Wsj.com
9.0 Tonnes C02
40.1mb
Dailymail.co.uk
6.2 Tonnes C02
29mb
Nationalgeographic.com
5.4 Tonnes C02
24mb
Spotify.com
5.1 Tonnes C02
22.8mb
Pinterest.com
5 Tonnes C02
22.4mb
YouTube.com
3.5 Tonnes C02
15.4mb
Yahoo.com
3 Tonnes C02
13mb
Twitter.com
2.4 Tonnes C02
10.7mb
Apple.com
1.8 Tonnes C02
8.2mb
Amazon.com
1.3 Tonnes C02
5.9mb
Pornhub.com
1.2 Tonnes C02
5.2mb
Google.com
0.6 Tonnes C02
2.6mb
Facebook.com
0.2 Tonnes C02
0.9mb
Wikipedia.org
0 Tonnes C02
0.2mb
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Methodology: Digital emissions are measured per megabyte using the ACEEE findings of 5kWh utilisation per gigabyte of data, alongside EIA guidance of 0.4490564kg C02 emissions per KWh. For fairness - infinite scroll websites have all been capped to a sequence of three scrolls, cookies accepted, and no platforms are logged in for this dataset above, or any previous caching.

Top Questions


Your top questions answered:

We work with a large array of tools, consultants, and developers to perform reductions in your website emissions. For some websites - it is merely a few basic changes to reduce website load times and therefore emissions, but for others it can mean entirely replatforming what they have, sadly.

It is best to start by utilising both lab based and in-field online tools that can analyse your website for speed and performance. From there you will be able to understand what is needed to your reduce website load times and therefore website emissions. It is always best to consult with an expert on this.

We have a wide number of voluntary and paid roles to assist Green Clicks in measuring, and tackling online emissions from the largest emitters online. Get in touch to find out more.

Ready to reduce your online emissions?


Get in touch now to speak with one of our team about reducing your digital C02 emissions.

Let's talk!

Phone

+44(0)20 3332 0035

Email

info@green-clicks.com

Office Hours

08.30AM to 18.00PM

Address

7 Bell Yard Street, Holborn, London, WC2A 2JR.