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A simple interface to display Website Carbon Emission Data

Currently scanning 15470 sites and their carbon emissions. Cron job run nightly.

Quick Glance

Total Indexes Run

63.4k+

~5 hours ago

Average CO2

1.163 g

per 1 view

% Green Hosted

40.41%

of indexed sites

The Data

Let's take a look at the latest data. It is updated nightly and is available, in full, at the GitHub repo.

Click on a domain name to see more details about the site.

Equivalent to X Cups of Coffee Per 1k Pageviews
31-3-2024www.cdc.gov
Yes
1.79
0.646
30.76
31-3-2024www.ssa.gov
Yes
0.43
0.155
7.38
31-3-2024www.weather.gov
Yes
0.62
0.222
10.57
31-3-2024www.epa.gov
No
2.25
0.937
44.62
31-3-2024www.whitehouse.gov
No
0.65
0.269
12.81
31-3-2024www.irs.gov
Yes
2.31
0.833
39.67
31-3-2024www.dhs.gov
Yes
1.59
0.573
27.29
31-3-2024www.va.gov
No
1.35
0.56
26.67
31-3-2024www.recreation.gov
No
0.36
0.15
7.14
31-3-2024www.usa.gov
No
0.45
0.186
8.86

How It Works

CO2 Web Emissions Tracker leverages a few core techniques and software packages to help generate estimate CO2 Emissions.
Read More Details Here.

Data Center Usage

15% of Carbon emissions from electricity to power servers, and keep them cool.

Network Transfer

14% of Carbon emissions from electricity to power core networks, mobile networks, on-premise wifi, and wired routers.

End User Devices

52% of Carbon emissions from electricity to power devices like smartphones, tablets, laptops, desktops, and gaming consoles.

Production

19% of Carbon emissions from electricity to power production of hardware, software, and infrastructure.

Proudly Open Source

CO2 Web Emissions Tracker is open source and powered by open source software.
The code is available on GitHub.