Web carbon calculator | WebsiteCarbon

Accuracy in carbon footprint tools will always be a little dubious, but the Website Carbon Calculator is still a neat idea. theAdhocracy is currently sitting at 89% "cleaner" than the average website, meaning that 0.14g of CO2 is used to load the homepage. I'm hurt a fair amount by Netlify not being a green host, too. Room to improve, but I'll take that as a solid starting point.

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