Carbon footprint of charging phones

Data released by comparethemarket.com.au shows that charging all the mobile phones in the world produces 8,088,324 tonnes of CO2e (carbon dioxide equivalent) per year The carbon footprint of global mobile phone charging is the same as other mass activities including feeding nearly one and a half billion people at a barbecue

Carbon footprint of charging phones

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