How Memes are Killing the Planet [Visuals] — ecogreenlove

The number of Internet users reaches record highs every year, but did you know that for every tweet, comment, email and google search, a small amount of CO2 is emitted? For one person, the numbers aren’t too impressive, but when you factor in every person on planet earth who’s using the internet, those small numbers suddenly look ginormous, and worrying. Here are some internet and social media stats per second and the resulting CO2 emitted.


Consumption and Resulting Carbon Footprint of the Internet by Credit Angel.

 

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