Usually when I give a talk I do a good write-up after the session. However, this one happened right as we were transitioning into lockdown and I’ve got to be honest my priorities and head was elsewhere. However, I do remember getting a great response from people with some great questions and discussion at the end. There are some nice comments on the tweet below which made me very happy.
Meetup March https://t.co/iz3kP1yfIZ
— WPChelt (@wpchelt) March 18, 2020
Did you know that the internet is thought to produce about the same carbon emissions as the aviation industry? And if the internet was a country it would be the sixth biggest polluter in te world. Shocking isn’t?
With nearly 35% of all websites being WordPress websites, as a community we have a fantastic opportunity to play a role in reducing emissions and spreading awareness of the impact of our online habits.
In this talk we’ll understand how to measure the carbon emissions of your WordPress website.
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