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Every time a new article is posted to ClimateYou, we contribute to the problem very problem we write about (global climate change).  Believe it or not, maintaining a blog and website is associated with greenhouse gas emissions.  While the magnitude of the emissions from an individual website like ClimateYou is rather small, you may be surprised to learn how large a contribution to climate change a collection of blogs, such as all those on WordPress, has.  Check out this article from Slate.com to learn more about carbon footprint of blogs and ways to make your blog green.

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