Ever wondered how your e-mails may contribute to your personal carbon footprint?
According to estimates published in Phys.org, sending a short e-mail adds about 4g of CO2 equivalent (gCO2e) to the atmosphere (an e-mail with a long attachment has a tenfold carbon footprint, that is 50 gCO2e.
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