Google comes up with various sustainability options in its search and map apps, among other things. For example, users can find CO2-friendly flights and plan fuel-efficient car routes. Americans can also organize their heating differently using their nest.
google browser Announced in a blog post To launch a number of new sustainability initiatives on its services in phases. When a user books a flight via Google Flights in a search engine, for example, travel information now shows what the flight’s emissions will be. This also makes it possible to sort by which flights will be issued less.
When a user books a hotel, information about the hotels’ sustainability efforts appears. For example, it will determine whether a hotel is making efforts to reduce waste and conserve water and whether it has EarthCheck or Green Key certification. Finally, Google Shopping will also have some sustainability options. When users search for products that consume the most energy, such as a stove or dishwasher, more sustainable options automatically come first, Google says.
Google is also working on an option for Google Maps to sort car routes by economy, even if it’s not the fastest route. With this, Google claims it could save 1 million tons of carbon emissions, in addition to the fuel it saves users. This job Already announced in MarchIt is currently being tested in the US and will be available in Europe by 2022.
In the United States, Google also offers New Sustainability Service With the Google Nest thermostat called the Nest Renew. This adds a new feature called Energy Shift that would allow the Nest to automatically shift the electricity used for heating and cooling to times when energy is cleaner or cheaper. It is not yet clear if this feature will also be available outside the US.
By 2022, Google hopes to “help a billion people make more sustainable choices” through new sustainability initiatives. Google itself promises that data centers and campuses Operates 100% CO2-free by 2030.
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