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Track the Carbon Footprint of a Hashtag

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The energy it takes to send a tweet generates .02 grams of CO2.1 With 500 million tweets sent daily, a total of 10 metric tons of CO2 are emitted per day. Track the carbon footprint of a hashtag on Tweet Farts, a serious site with a silly name, launched today by David Bellona and Tash Wong.

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