If a website has around 15K visits a month, the energy consumed by the visitor's computers is equivalent to 3,6Kg (or 8lb) of carbon dioxide emission a year.
One tree absorbs 11lb per year.
Easy math, eh? ;)
Randomities hasn't reached yet this kind of traffic, but no matter. I'd rather make up for at least one website that hasn't joined this movement. ;)
"What the heck are you talking about?" you ask.
It's simple: these guys are willing to plant a tree for each website or blog that joins in, for free, in order to restore Plumas National Forest in North California, which was almost destroyed by a great fire caused by lightning back in 2007.
So, I'm extremely proud to announce that Randomities is Carbon Neutral. *hurra!* ;D
If you got interested in participating -- I hope you did! -- go to this page, where you'll find the simple and easy instructions.
And please don't forget to stop by Jemi Fraser's blog: Just Jemi. She's the awesome blogger who pointed me to this fundamental initiative.
Let's do some good people! :)