4 Simple Ways to Reduce Your Carbon Footprint as a Gamer

Before we get into this, yes, corporations are at large responsible for the majority of the pollution and destruction of environments on planet Earth.

This isn’t to say that you should give up, but instead, you should try and make small changes at home to reduce your carbon footprint.

A carbon footprint, in its simplest form, is the total amount of greenhouse gases created by your actions.

What is a Carbon Footprint?

Almost everything we do leaves a carbon footprint; whether you’re driving to work, sending an email, or using a microwave, you are leaving a carbon footprint.

This still isn’t carbon-free, but it can reduce greenhouse gas emissions by up to 95%.

Download Games Rather Than Buy a Physical Copy

If you’re a PC gamer with a computer that can run every game at ultra, there’s no need to upgrade your machine.

Don’t Upgrade Your Setup Every Year

Hooking everything up to one surge protector is an easy way to power them all off and avoid unnecessary power draw.

Turn Your Devices Off When You’re Not Home

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