Chris Street, Executive Vice President, Market Development at Princeton Digital Group (PDG) sits down with CNA to talk about how PDG is taking steps to reduce the Internet's unseen carbon footprint, as part of their documentary, Greening the 'Net.

At PDG, we adopt advanced technologies to improve our operational performance, while actively pursuing and achieving the highest possible standards in the region to ensure energy efficiency; our low PUE designs and the use of renewables are all part of our sustainability effort to a healthier planet.

Watch the CNA documentary to find out how data centers can play a part in contributing to a better environment.

About the show
Life has gotten more digital than ever before. And the plusses of that for the environment has been clear…as in clear skies and clean air. What is not so clear however is this: when it comes to greenhouse gases, the Internet is responsible for 2% of global emissions. If the Internet were a country, it would be ranked as the sixth largest polluter in the world.

But the Internet is here to stay, so what can be done to make it greener? From individuals not hitting Reply All on emails or turning off Auto Play for videos, to data centres running on green energy and search engines giving back to the environment, host Prerna Pant looks at all the various ways we are Greening The ‘Net.[divider line_type="No Line" custom_height="30"][nectar_cta btn_style="underline" heading_tag="p" text_color="#0f298f" button_color="default" link_type="regular" alignment="left" display="block" link_text="< Back to Newsroom" url="/newsroom"]