InMaLanka is doing its best to respect the environment. At the Little Angels School, India, children have to separate their wastes and we set up a green garden.
But, we have a blog. And this blog has a carbon footprint. For now, the number of pages read since its creation bring its footprint to 56.5g.
But, how a blog can generate CO2? The carbon emissions are due to electrical consumption related to servers and hardware use.
InMaLanka decided to participate to the "Carbon Neutral Blog" operation. It allows to compensate the carbon emissions of the blog by planting a tree in France.
Petits gestes écolos (for Bonial) and Pépinières Naudet plant a tree in Britain for each blog that are participating to the operation. This tree will compensate the carbon emissions due to the blog. According to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCC) calculate that the average of carbon absorbed by a tree each year is 10kg.
InMaLanka's tree will compensate the carbon footprint of his blog from the first year!
More information: click on the logo "my blog is neutral in carbon" on the left of the page!