In this article we hope to raise awareness about sustainable web design and the impact our websites have on the environment. We’ll also explain how businesses can reduce their digital carbon emissions and take a more eco-friendly approach to operating online.
We look at the ethical and environmental impact of website tracking technologies and ask whether we can still make insights-based decisions without harvesting personal data.
We share our experiences optimising our website for the Ecosia search engine, and offer some tips to help you get started with your own website.
When reducing the carbon footprint of a website, the first step is to understand how much CO2 it is already producing. In this article, we share some of the best tools for measuring the carbon impact of your website, and explain how best to use them.
Web hosting plays an important role in low-carbon web design, ensuring your website loads fast to reduce emissions. In this article, we look at what makes a good hosting package sustainable, and offer some recommendations for green website hosting here in the UK.
An eco-friendly website is just the start when it comes to reducing your business’s digital carbon footprint. We’ve been on a journey to understand the carbon impact of all our digital activities, and there are plenty of small changes every business can make to make a difference. Here are our top tips for improving your digital sustainability.
For eco-conscious businesses operating in a digital world, having an online presence is vital for getting our message out there and connecting with the people who can help us do good things in the world. So how can we have a website while minimising our impact on the environment? Read our tips for making your website more eco-friendly.
We take a look at the statistics around digital emissions, explore how website carbon emissions are calculated, and then offer some suggestions for reducing the carbon footprint of your own business website.