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why Everyone Should Switch To Green Web Hosting

Green web hosting is the answer to the environmental woes that have been highlighted by watchdog groups and politicians in recent years. While it may seem like a small decision to go with a green web hosting plan, you are actually changing the world in so many ways, one website at a time. Think about it. Green hosting makes use of renewable technologies such as wind farms and solar paneling. It uses these safe alternatives to nuclear energy to create infrastructure that puts no strain whatsoever on the environment. Now affix that to the business world, and you can really start to see the benefits.

For one, businesses that show concern enough for the environment to use green technologies will use the same concern in how they conduct business offline as well. It’s about changing the mindset of most corporate cultures, first and foremost. Once those changes are in place, it becomes possible to do truly great things. But beyond this, going green with a website just places lesser demand on the environment. Since wind and solar technology is capable of generating the same energy needed to operate a website, every business in the world that has a website – and that should be any growth minded business – can collectively make a difference.

Secondly, green technologies are a cheaper alternative to nuclear energy, both in the long term effects and actual cost. As more businesses move away from harmful non renewable energies, the infrastructure for wind and solar will continue to improve to the point that it will become even more cost feasible. Traditional electricity generation methods tend to be overpriced and expensive. But with green technology, the toll taken on the environment, and the final toll that businesses will actually pay, are both much lower than any other alternative.

why everyone should choose green web hosting

why everyone should choose green web hosting


Thirdly, it just makes sense to switch to green for future generations. It is just good Karma to do one’s best to protect future generations. After all, most people will reproduce or have grandchildren at some point in their lifetimes. Doesn’t it make sense to do all that you can for their physical world now, so they will be able to enjoy long and happy lives? But aside from that, the more that you do to make a difference now, the better your chances are of living a healthier and happier life.

There are many reasons that you should switch to green web hosting today, but perhaps the most compelling is that the environment does so much for you. Shouldn’t you return the favor for all the warmth and the food and the togetherness that it allows you to have with your family? What would the future hold without it?

Choose the best green web hosting company.

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Most of us live very comfortable lives.  We are Far removed from the extreme harsh conditions much of the worlds population has to deal with. What we often forget is that our actions can have an impact (positive or negative) on other parts of the world.

The things we buy and the power used to power our “toys” and “electronic gadgets” requires a tremendous amount of energy (electricity). Electrical production is the number 1 source of the production of “green house gasses” and carbon dioxide. The more things we can do to reduce the usage of electricity helps to improve the environment.


Here are some facts and figures about Global Drylands:

The following are selected texts from the publication, reformatted for reading online.

* Where are the world’s drylands?. Approximately 40 percent of the global land area (excluding Greenland and Antarctica) is considered dryland. Commonly recognized drylands include the African Sahel, Australian Outback, South American Patagonia, and North American Great Plains.

* Unappreciated Gifts: Recognizing the value of Drylands. What do you think when you hear the term DRYLANDS? Most people think of dry and useless areas where nobody lives. A new WRI report shows the benefits provided by DRYLANDS could be valuable to companies.

* Who lives in the world’s drylands?. Drylands are inhabited by over two billion people worldwide. As lands that sometimes are poorly understood and thought of as unproductive and barren, they support nearly 40 percent of the world’s population.

* Drylands, forage and livestock. From cattle, sheep, and goat herds, to horses and camels, drylands support large numbers of domestic animals, which become the source of meat, milk, wool, and leather products for humans.

* Measuring soil condition. Scientifically credible global assessments of soil degradation.

* Drylands and food production. Low total rainfall and high variability in rainfall patterns present difficult challenges for growing crops.

* Drylands and biodiversity. Dryland species must adapt to an environment known for its variation in climate, both in terms of temperature and water availability.

* Drylands and carbon storage. Drylands, as an ecosystem with extensive surface area across the globe, have been suggested as a potential candidate for major carbon storage efforts.

* Drylands and tourism and recreation. Drylands can be popular tourist destinations.

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