Digital carbon footprint
A digital carbon footprint is the CO2 emissions resulting from the production, use and data transfer of digital devices and infrastructure. In an increasingly digital world, our day to day lives have transformed with the use of technology. From endless remote meetings to a multitude of apps and streaming services to choose from, we’re consumed with being online and connected. As a result, the use of electrical devices and the volume of data we generate is booming.
Zuletzt geändert 07.01.2023