In honor of Earth Day, we've done a little digging to find out just how bad (or good) the Internet is for the planet. Click the image to enlarge.
Thursday April 21, 2011
Kristi Hines (not verified) Said:
Elisa Gabbert Said:
Ha! Thanks Kristi -- who's keeping track? :)
Friday April 22, 2011
Is The Internet Killing Our Planet? | Best Infographics (not verified) Said:
[...] Internet good or bad for the environment? The jury is still out on that. But the folks at WordStream have put together an infographic that demonstrates the role the Internet plays in this puzzle. < previous More [...]
Tim (not verified) Said:
Saturday April 23, 2011
Husac (not verified) Said:
Is the Internet Bad for the Environment? - SHADI HANIA (not verified) Said:
[...] via: Is the Internet Bad for the Environment? [...]
Sunday April 24, 2011
Is Internet Killing the Planet - Infographic | WiredCPU.com (not verified) Said:
[...] WordStream [...]
Monday April 25, 2011
Is Internet killing the planet? (not verified) Said:
[...] by vishalgaba on April 25, 2011 in Web Culture | 0 Comment In honor of Earth Day, the folks at WordStream have done a really interesting Infographic that shows how bad (or good) the Internet is for the [...]
How the Tech World Celebrated Earth Day 2011 | SiliconANGLE (not verified) Said:
[...] in this infographic are the effects of internet usage on the environment. For most parts, it says bad, but I [...]
Tuesday May 03, 2011
Toner Cartridge Recycling (not verified) Said:
Great infographic.... we're going to share it on our blog.
Friday August 05, 2011
jiu jitsu gear (not verified) Said:
great blog.. thanks for sharing the information.... excellent blog information presented.. thank you...
Thursday September 15, 2011
Annie Key (not verified) Said:
This is a very awesome inforgraphic! whether internet is good and bad I guess now that we've been exposed to a lot about it
it will be hard for us to live without it. So the least thing we could do is to be a responsible user. Think before you click.
Friday April 27, 2012
Stephen Thorn (not verified) Said:
I think this is a tough thing to prove on either side of the argurment. Everthing can effect the environment in one way or another, but you have to think how many people can work remotely from home because of the internet and are no longer driving to and from work everyday.
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