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We understand

Your web site's carbon impact can be confusing

All of these are valid questions and we are happy to answer them. In many cases it is possible to reduce your site's carbon without changing it's look or it's structure.

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Clear aims and gains

Simple to implement

Reducing your website carbon impact can be simple to implement and, on the surface your site can look the same but will perform better.

Significant reduction

It can also led to significant reduction in carbon emissions and real improvements in customer experience for existing, redesigns or new web builds.

Minimise impact

With our guidance you can minimise the impact of your web site and contribute to a more sustainable internet.

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Our process

3 steps to understand and improve your site

These steps can be taken separately or together. The result will be the same.

In many cases optimising your site will not change it's look or it's functionality and these will only change if requested and after consultation.

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Why sustainable web design?

3.8% of global carbon emissions

The approximate amount currently produced by the internet. (Source)

It is estimated that by 2025

The IT industry could use 20% of all electricity produced and emit up to 5.5% of the world’s carbon emissions; the fourth largest emitter after China, India and the US. (Source)

Simple changes can help

To start, web site emissions can be reduced by reducing images and code and hosting sites using renewable power. We can help you navigate this process.

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