For every sent newsletter, 10 grams of CO2 are released into the atmosphere,
90% of them will never even be opened...
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To reach its recipient, an email is successively received, processed and stored by servers in multiple data centers. This data storage is largely responsible for what we call email pollution. The average annual carbon footprint of an email is 10g. Given the huge amount of emails sent each day worldwide, emails' carbon footprint quickly becomes catastrophic. Every minute, more than 200 million emails are sent. As a result, emails are directly responsible for the emission of more than 2 000 tons of CO² per minute. That's 1 billion one liter bottles of CO² per minute.Spam and newsletters, two major polluters
By themselves, spam and newsletters represent over 90% of the entire email flow. Yet, 90% of them are never even opened...Cleanfox, a beneficial move for you and the environment
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