GREENPEACE CALLS ON NETFLIX TO EMBRACE RENEWABLE ENERGY

Greenpeace Calls On Netflix To Embrace Renewable Energy
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GREENPEACE CALLS ON NETFLIX TO EMBRACE RENEWABLE ENERGY



Written by Dont Panic
16 Monday 16th January 2017

 

Netflix has transformed the way people consume entertainment, making films and TV programmes spanning years and genres available whenever you want at the click of a button. According to last year's Cisco Network Traffic Forecast, 'Video streaming accounts for 63% of global internet traffic in 2015, and is projected to reach about 80% by 2020'.

In order for the service to run, Netflix utilises huge computer data centres which run on dirty fuels like coal, leading to an increase in climate change. Greenpeace has called on other tech giants like Facebook, Apple and Google to go green, but needs your help to apply pressure. Sign this petition to make your entertainment eco-friendly.

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