Wikipedia's Carbon Footprint Is Tiny Compared With Amazon Or Google

The Internet has a massive carbon footprint. The servers that host most Web pages suck up enormous amounts of energy.

So you'd expect the world's seventh most popular website, with more than 38.3 million pages in English alone, to have a pretty hefty appetite for electricity.

Nope.

"We're very small, actually," Jimmy Wales, co-founder and public face of Wikipedia, told The Huffington Post's Caroline Modarressy-Tehrani on Friday at the annual World Economic Forum meeting in

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