Not many people know the negative impact that the Internet and therefore their own websites have on the environment. It is estimated that by 2020, the web hosting industry will be as big a polluter as the airline industry. This is why it’s so crucial for web developers and small business owners to go green when selecting a web hosting provider for their websites or applications.
Below is an infographic that we put together to visually show you the impact of the Internet on the environment, why its important for going green with your website and how you can help.
We invite you to share this infographic on your own blog and social media to raise awareness, because together we can make a difference.
Los Angeles, California — August 18, 2015 — GreenGeeks, a leader in providing green energy web hosting solutions, is pleased to announce that it was listed on the 34th annual Inc. 5000, putting GreenGeeks amongst the elite firms representing America’s fastest growing companies. With three year sales growth of 93 percent, GreenGeeks ranked No. 3470 overall in 2015, earning a spot on the list for the 3rd straight year.
(from left to right) Chris Racicot, Josh Dargie, Kaumil Patel, Trey Gardner, Philip Crout
This past weekend, GreenGeeks had the honor and pleasure to sponsor WordCamp Vancouver 2015 which was held at BCIT’s downtown campus on August 15, 2015. We’ve sponsored & attended WordCamp’s in the past, but this was the first time we’ve made a physical presence as a team!