Zero Impact Web
All the doValue websites support the Zero Impact Web project
The doValue Group compensates for the carbon dioxide emissions resulting from visits to their websites by helping to protect growing forests and contributing to the fight against global warming.
Notwithstanding the fact that it has done a lot to reduce CO2 emissions, even the Internet causes pollution. According to a Greenpeace report, at the current rate of growth, by 2020 data centres and telecommunication networks will consume about 2,000 billion kilowatts of electricity, more than three times their current consumption.
This is why the Group's websites support the Zero Impact Web®, project of LifeGate which enables the reduction of environmental impact caused by use of the internet. In this way, the Group offsets carbon dioxide emissions relating to visits to its websites by contributing to the creation and protection of growing forests.
In 2021 and 2020, this initiative contributed to the creation and protection of approximately 1,728 square metres of growing forest areas in Ticino Park, equivalent to 4,320 kg of compensated CO2 , up compared to 1,384 square meters in 2019, equivalent to 3,456 kg of CO2 .
The partnership with LifeGate represents the tangible commitment of doValue to a reforestation project aimed at combating global warming.
project and do their bit to fight global warming. The emissions deriving from your visits to our websites will be compensated by the creation and protection of growing woodlands in the Ticino Park.
It may seem rather insignificant, but if everyone does their bit it will help to create awareness and it will help the environment. After all, that's what allows you to browse through these web pages with a clear conscience.
Why don't you also support this initiative because together we can really make a difference!
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"Zero Impact® Web is a Lifegate project designed to focus attention on environmental issues, spread awareness and provide the tools with which to reduce the environmental impact of online activities and website visits."