It is usually the content and ideas contained within a website that make it “green.” But websites themselves exist in cyberspace, rather than in book or print form, therefore they are all pretty “green” if you think about the alternative. Also, some websites buy carbon offsets for their existence, so these websites are perhaps even more “green” than normal websites.
Again, as websites exist in cyberspace, it is their content that makes them “green”. However, the information that composes websites exists on web servers, which can be powered by alternative energy. Also, as previously stated, some websites to buy carbon offsets to help bolster their eco-friendliness.
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