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1. stylospot is 1st social network on earth which is using renewable energy to both power and cool their servers, whereas a number of green hosts only offset the electricity used to power their servers. That represents a big difference, because servers generate a lot of heat. For every watt of electricity that a server uses, 1-2 watts of electricity are typically required to cool it. It means that STYLOSPOT is investing in about twice as much renewable energy per server basis, as those green hosts only using renewable energy to power their servers.

2. Stylospot has invested in Green -e certified Renewable Energy Credits (RECs) means that all of stylospot RECs are verified, tracked and monitored. Surely, there are cheaper carbon credits out there, but stylospot wanted to go green the right way. Stylospot can’t very well build a wind farm in downtown Houston where our servers are installed in USA, so its doing the next best thing and greening its energy at the source with rock solid RECs.

3. stylospot has planted 5000 trees on its launching in Pakistan & its our pledge that we will plant a tree for every person who will join stylospot family as per policy .
 
Why We have done all that?
Many of your actions generate carbon emissions, which contribute accelerating global warming and climate change. This is called your carbon footprint, an indication of the effect you have on the climate in terms of the total amount of greenhouse gases you produce (measured in units of carbon dioxide). The first step to take effective action is to reduce your carbon footprint. What’s left over can be offset through donating to plant trees, thereby minimizing your personal impact on the climate. Offsetting means planting trees that will absorb the amount of carbon you want to offset, from the atmosphere. Use this convenient tool to see what your average carbon footprint is or to calculate emissions for your lifestyle..
 
 
What is Climate Change?
Climate change or global warming is the result of a build up of greenhouse gases (GHG), mainly carbon dioxide, in the atmosphere. GHGs serve to trap the suns heat in the earth’s atmosphere, forming the ‘greenhouse effect’ – a natural phenomena that keeps the earth warm. However, when the concentration of GHGs gets too large, and the earth’s equilibrium gets out of balance, we experience a dangerous rise in temperatures, which can result in severe and extreme weather conditions. In effect, earth’s blanket thickens and our atmosphere absorbs and holds more heat than it radiates back. This could directly affect rainfall, flooding and droughts, agriculture, economies, health and bio security. The reason for the unprecedented rise in GHGs is largely a direct result of human intervention. In its 2001 report, The United Nations' Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) stated, "There is new and stronger evidence that most of the warming observed over the last 50 years is attributable to human activities." Infact, since the industrial age began around 150 years ago, man’s burning of fossil fuels — coal, oil and gas — to fuel machinery has meant a rise in GHG emissions, mainly carbon dioxide, for the past 2 centuries. Some scientists estimate the increase in carbon dioxide emissions over the last 150 years to be 35 – 60 percent. The IPCC projects that global temperatures will raise an additional 3 to10 degrees Fahrenheit (1.6 to 5.5 degrees Celsius) by century's end.
 
 
What is Your Carbon Footprint?
Your carbon footprint is the direct effect your actions and lifestyle have on the environment in terms of carbon dioxide emissions. Probably the biggest contributors to your footprint are your travel needs,
Your electricity demands at home & your use of paper however, all your actions have a direct or indirect impact, including your diet, and the clothes you wear. We know cars, buses and aero planes burn gasoline, public transport may use gasoline and electricity and your home uses a significant portion of your personal electricity needs that generally comes from fossil fuel burning power plants. All these actions contribute to accelerate global warming and climate change.
 
 
Why Offset
Everyone has a responsibility to the world we live in now and the world we leave for future generations. As “one must care about a world one will not see”.
Reducing our emissions is obviously important in slowing or even reversing climate change — but with world economies booming our carbon emissions are on the rise - Britain’s CO2 levels rose about a quarter of a percent between 2004 and 2005 (BBC, 2006). And as your average person doesn’t yield the power to influence huge companies or governments to change their environmental policies, there needs to be an easier and more effective solution for concerned individuals to take action on a personal level.
 
 
Why The role of trees in offsetting your emissions
Trees are green machines that act as natural filters of our air. Through the process of photosynthesis they absorb carbon dioxide (a key GHG and principle contributor to global warming) from the atmosphere and store it in their trunk, branches, leaves, roots, soil and foliage, while releasing oxygen back out.
Whereas deforestation, degradation and poor forest management reduce carbon storage in forests, sustainable management, planting, and rehabilitation of forests can increase carbon sequestration. Infact the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization states “global carbon retention resulting from reduced deforestation, increased forest re growth and more agro-forestry and plantations could make up for about 15% of carbon emissions from fossil fuels over the next 50 years (2006).”
Not only are trees an effective means for absorbing and storing the carbon you emit, they have far reaching benefits that extend well beyond that of filtering the air. Sustainably managed forests and urban forestry projects have multiple environmental and socio-economic functions important at the global, national and local scales, and play a vital part in sustainable development. Forests are sources of wood products. They help regulate local and regional rainfall. And forests are crucial sources of food, medicine, clean drinking water, and immense recreational, aesthetic, and spiritual benefits for millions of people.
 
 
Stylospot offsetting carbon on your behalf

One paid Member one Tree
Our projects may be for the purpose of forest restoration, community forestry to provide sustainable development, urban forestry for carbon sequestration, aesthetics and shading, and research projects for education purposes. We are operational in Pakistan and link with experienced and reputable project implementation partners including academic institutions, local NGO’s,
Forestry organizations and development agencies. With all our projects we concentrate on the principle goal of the trees. Trees in our projects have far reaching benefits that extend well beyond simply absorbing carbon from the atmosphere so when you commit to offsetting your emissions,
Keep In Mind.
when ever some one joins stylospot as ruby, opal or crystal member.

 
 
STYLOSPOT PLANTS A TREE

By joining stylospot actually you are helping us planting trees to save the world, we also plant a tree for our free members when their friend list grows more then 1000. Help us to grow! Help us to plant trees. In this way offset your emissions . Without you, these trees would not be planted and the carbon would still be in the atmosphere.

 
 
 
Reduce Your Emissions

Reducing your emissions is a vital part of combating climate change. We encourage everyone to be aware of their energy usage and its effects, and take steps to reduce this. What remains can be offset through our Carbon Free program

  • Ask your friends , “ is there any social network  carbon free”
  • Use only e-paper and recyclable paper
  • By being more energy efficient at home, you can reduce your emissions and lower your energy bills by more than 30%.
  • Adjust your air conditioner and heater thermostat when you go out and shut down your system when you are away for extended periods.
  • Turn off and unplug stereos, radios, TVs, and DVDs when you leave for holidays. These appliances have a stand-by function that uses energy even when they are turned off.
  • Close doors to unused rooms trapping heating or cooling in rooms in use.
  • Consider switching to compact fluorescent lighting. Compact fluorescent light bulbs use about 75 percent less energy than incandescent bulbs.
  • Insulating your walls and ceilings can save 20 to 30 percent of home heating bills and reduce CO2 emissions by as much as 1 tonn per year.
  • Clean all of your heating and cooling appliances, making sure they are dust free. Energy is lost when heating units have to work harder to draw air through dirty filters. Ensuring that your air conditioner filter is clean can save 5 percent of the energy used.
  • Wash your dishes manually, or ensure your dishwasher is full when you run it. Allow your dishes to air dry, by not using the heat in the drying cycle can save 20 percent of your dishwasher's total electricity use.
  • Where possible walk or bike to your destination. Fuel use through transport constitutes a large proportion of total UK emissions.
  • Recycle glass, metals, and plastics.
  • Plant shade trees and paint your house a light color if you live in a warm climate or a dark color if you live in a cold climate.
  • Turn your refrigerator down.
  • Select the most energy-efficient models when you replace your old appliances. Look for the Energy Star Label - your assurance that the product saves energy and prevents pollution.
  • Slow down and drive sensibly. The faster and more aggressive you drive, the more petrol your car uses.
 
 
Some question which are asked by us again and again
  • How does planting trees offset my emissions?
    • Through every day living people cause carbon dioxide to be emitted into the atmosphere through the use of fossil fuels, for example by heating and lighting your home and cooking etc. To offset your emissions trees are a good counterbalance as they ‘inhale’ or absorb carbon dioxide and ‘exhale’ or emit oxygen. Of course, the amount of CO2 absorbed varies between trees and the environment which they are in but on average a large tree will absorb approximately 20.3kgs per year over a 40 year lifespan.
  • Where are trees planted?
    • Trees are planted in Pakistan.
 
 
 
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