Doing the right thing for the planet: Trying our best, even when it's not easy.

That's why we're committed to minimising our footprint on the planet. We partner with Just One Tree to plant trees in the right places to offset the damage being done by deforestation.
We also think carefully about where we host our services, and we share Google's aims of not just being carbon neutral but running our services on carbon-free energy 24/7 by 2030.
We know we can't solve all the world's environmental problems, but we believe everything helps. That's why we host services with the greenest Cloud, use energy-efficient practices in our offices, and recycle and compost whenever possible. So if you're interested in partnering on any environmental initiatives, please get in touch!
Google is carbon neutral today, but aiming higher: their goal is to run on carbon-free energy, 24/7, at all of their data centres by 2030. Plus sharing technology, methods, and funding to enable organisations around the world to transition to more carbon-free and sustainable systems. Google has built a collection of tools to help businesses accurately report the carbon emissions associated with your Google Cloud usage and take action to reduce your carbon footprint. The Carbon Sense suite brings together features from multiple Google Cloud products, like Active Assist and Carbon Footprint, to help users everywhere make progress towards ensuring a healthier planet.
Kenya is the least forested country in Africa, with only 7% of the country having tree cover. There’s simply not enough water in Kenya. There’s not enough water for agriculture, and there’s not enough water for people either. In some regions, it hasn’t rained a single drop in the last two years. Forests are rain-making machines! Unhealthy forests and fewer trees result in less transpiration, less condensation, and, as a result, less rain. Bad news for Kenya, where 70% of the population works in farming which brings in 25% of the country’s annual GDP. On the ground, the reality means prolonged drought, such as in Marsabit county where the situation is desperate, and people are walking 40 kilometres to find water, food and pasture.

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