Google servers release almost 200 tons of CO2 per day. But how?
The Internet is not in the sky. We do not bring information through the sky. All the work related to the internet is done on this earth.
In fact, we bring information from millions of physical surveys in data centers around the world.
All these data centers are connected with undersea cables, switches, and router.
All of these require a lot of energy.
Most energy comes from energy sources that emit carbon dioxide into the air because they burn fossil fuels.
If you have read Google Facts on this website, then you would know that there are 3.5 billion searches a day on Google.
There is so much carbon-dioxide on these so many searches.