Blog: Which is the biggest coal-fueled machine on the planet?

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The Internet is the biggest coal-fueled machine on our planet, demanding 10 percent of electricity generated globally.

Besides, the growth of its usage is unavoidable.

In addition, the data tell that the carbon emissions generated by internet providers and by users reach the emissions of the countries, known as the greatest polluters, soon.

So, the green recovery after the COVID-19 pandemic requires a more climate-friendly Internet.

There is a solution — the success and popularity of which lies in the fact that it is capable of aligning both economic, social, and climate interests.

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More key readings on climate crisis, global heating and sustainability in previous blog posts.

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