Building a Planet-Friendly Web
As software developers —and people who love this beautiful, amazing planet — we are very concerned about the impact of the web on our natural resources, and its contribution to global warming. That is why we decided to optimize the way we code for building a sustainable Planet-Friendly Web.
Maximize your digital presence
while being environmentally friendly
Facebook pledged to be on 100% renewable energy by 2020, the second announcement in about a month to help cut down the company’s environmental impact. In July, Facebook announced a partnership with Pacific Power—an electric company in Oregon, one of several states where Facebook's data centers are housed—to support the development of renewable resources ...read more
With 2.5 billion people connected to the Internet worldwide, the Internet’s energy and carbon footprint are estimated to exceed air travel. From manufacturing and shipping of computers to data use—the Internet is less green than you’d think.
The internet releases around 300m tonnes of CO2 a year – as much as all the coal, oil and gas burned in Turkey or Poland, or more than half of the fossil fuels burned in the UK.
We have a passion for our clients' true results and a pragmatic drive for action that starts Monday and doesn't let up. We rally clients with our infectious energy, to make change stick.
AndyFront End Developer
FacundoFounder & CEO
KarelU.S. Managing Director
LucasFounder & Head of Operations
SebasData Science Guy
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