Best Green Web Hosting Services Comparison
In 2020, the web hosting industry will become as big of a polluter as the airline industry. This is due to the massive energy consumption it needs to power and cool the servers and hardware that keep the internet up and running.
According to the Green Web Foundation only 16.6% of all websites are located on eco-friendly web hosting servers, the other 83.4% of websites are not eco-friendly.
The biggest changes in the industry must come from consumers, like you and your clients, making an effort to find an eco-friendly web hosting service. The majority of the hosting companies who have embraced becoming "green" did so because their clients and prospective clients have asked them to do so.
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"I found good uses for the junk strewn around our rural property. TV sets make good plant stands for my vegetable garden containers. I used old washtubs and enamel cookware for planting herbs, beets and cabbages. A worn out fiberglass canoe made a fine onion, garlic and spinach bed. A wood bookcase on its side planted in rows of carrots and swiss chard made a raised bed and keeps the rabbits out. Even old tires work well with marigolds and trailing nasturtiums. It really cleaned up my yard and it's useful and decorative. P.S. Broken microwave ovens keep your garden tools dry and handy right where you need them."
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