Powering the online world requires energy - a lot of it. If the electricity that powers the Internet is produced by modern renewable energy - our online world could help our offline world become greener.
Join us, and ask the Internet companies you love to build us a greener online, so that we can all have a greener offline.
Reggie Watts is a truly unique entertainer blending music, comedy and improvisation. The star of the show Comedy Bang Bang, Watts appears regularly on The Conan O'Brien Show, Late Night With Jimmy Fallon, HBO's The Yes Men Save The World and is currently touring with the Oddball Festival alongside Louis CK, Sarah Silverman and Aziz Anizari.
These companies are helping to build the green Internet by committing to power their operations with 100 percent renewable energy. Find out how each of them are doing it...
Google has pioneered the use of power purchase agreements for wind energy to provide electricity for its services like Gmail and YouTube.
Facebook flexed its muscles to push its utility to power its data center there with wind energy. They responded by investing $1.9 billion in wind power generation, placing the world's largest-ever order of onshore wind turbines in part to meet the social network's demands.
Apple became the first company to achieve its 100 percent renewable energy goal to power its iCloud. Apple is operating the largest privately owned solar installation in the United States.
Amazon is the only major Internet company that hasn't released ANY data on its energy use or environmental impact.