Using our green hosting? Be proud, show your visitors you care.

Written by Trifo
Every year the Internet produces the same amount of carbon as Hong Kong, Singapore, Bangladesh, The Philippines, Sir Lanka and Mongolia... COMBINED!

At Kualo, we are passionate about web sites, but moreover, we are passionate about ensuring they don't damage our environment.

As part of our host green campaign, we released a beautiful, yet thought-provoking Infographic, to outline the impact of the Internet on our environment, and show you 6 things you can do to help!

You can now proudly let your visitors know that your web site runs on green hosting, by adding a green web hosting badge!

The Environmental Impact of the Internet – A Closer Look

Written by Tina Aleksieva
You recycle. You are probably conscious of leaving plugs on that aren’t being used. You may even tend your own compost… Well, it’s clear, you’re a good person, trying to reduce pollution and do your part for the environment.

That’s great, because we live in a time where we can’t afford negligence towards the environment. Mother Nature really can’t take another one for the team, unfortunately.

Infographic: The Environmental Impact of the Internet

Written by Tina Aleksieva
It's a sad fact, but the Internet is a filthy, carbon emitting monster. We've created this infographic to outline the impact of the Internet on our environment, and show you 6 things you can do to help!

Earth Overshoot Day Arrived Earlier Than Ever

Written by Jo Stonehouse
Earth Overshoot Day. It's not one of those holidays that you're probably familiar with. It's far less known than "Pancake Day", and much less fun than Appreciate a Dragon Day. Unfortunately, it's significantly more depressing. Earth Overshoot Day marks the day that the world has used as much from nature as the planet is capable of renewing in a whole year. And this year, it arrived far earlier than ever before - five days earlier than in 2015, and eleven days earlier than 2014. The day will most likely have passed you by without notice. Your life will have continued as it did before. Yet this day is a red flag, a warning that we humans are collectively draining the planet of its resources at an ever increasing pace.