E-commerce & Shopping Worldwide

List of last month's most polluting E-commerce & shopping websites worldwide

Domain mCO2 Reduction Potential Energy Reduction Potential Total mCO2 Emissions Total Energy Consumption
1 amazon.com amazon.com 33408 t 38 GWh 11136 t 13 GWh View Report
2 ebay.com ebay.com 28587 t 36 GWh 3176 t 4 GWh View Report
3 ikea.com ikea.com 36145 t 44 GWh 2410 t 3 GWh View Report
4 zara.com zara.com 33497 t 54 GWh 2233 t 4 GWh View Report
5 macys.com macys.com 33200 t 47 GWh 2213 t 3 GWh View Report
6 costco.com costco.com 31645 t 44 GWh 2110 t 3 GWh View Report
7 walmart.com walmart.com 31372 t 64 GWh 2091 t 4 GWh View Report
8 target.com target.com 28481 t 50 GWh 1899 t 3 GWh View Report
9 kohls.com kohls.com 26852 t 45 GWh 1790 t 3 GWh View Report
10 sephora.com sephora.com 25147 t 41 GWh 1676 t 3 GWh View Report

Note Regarding CO2 Emissions and Energy Consumption Estimates

It is important to note that the emissions estimates in this page are based on the most recent data available. As a result, the emissions estimates may be outdated if there have been significant changes to your website since the last update.

FAQ

What is meant by "mCO2 Reduction Potential" in the context of website CO2 emissions?

Reduction Potential in the context of website CO2 emissions refers to the digital waste generated by internet usage, such as abandoned digital content, redundant or duplicate data, and unused or outdated files. This digital waste contributes to the overall carbon footprint of websites and other digital platforms by consuming energy and resources during their storage and processing. It is important for website owners and developers to implement efficient data management practices and regularly clean up their digital waste to minimize their environmental impact.