Question of the Week- How much carbon have we helped you save?

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That’s crazy

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Thanks @sdayman !

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Noice

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I think mine is the least…

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I’m beginning to think that @paul.zwagerman’s “Less than a gram” was Cloudflare’s polite way of saying zero. But at least you can prove you did something.

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Holy tons, Batman! I’m very curious what services you’re using and how much traffic you’re handling to generate that much savings!

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Will be neat to watch this as our adoption of features may expand.

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This has got me thinking…
are there plans for CF to enable users to “offset” their sites “emissions” thereby allowing users to claim their sites are “Net Zero”?

A ton in British English is 1000 Grams

i have daily 30 k in one of my websites second one 40 k daily visitors

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From one of our largest customers. And this is just one of the Cloudflare accounts they own.

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I do wonder how any carbon should have been save though.

I don’t have any carbon footprint!

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It does seem to always wiggle around one thousand kilograms, though.

Anything between 907 and 1,088 kilograms, with the standard metric ton a very good average.

Nonetheless, I wonder what’s that all about. How was any carbon supposed to be saved? The origins were still running and even if they weren’t, the proxies won’t run off of love either :slight_smile: