What's the carbon footprint of your website?

Find out how many emissions your website produces and learn how to offset and reduce them long term.

Calculate, offset and reduce your website's carbon footprint

Are you interested in creating a fantastic website that your users will love, and at the same time, doing your part for the planet? With the Ryte platform, you get access to the only carbon calculator that determines your exact website emissions, plus offsetting and optimization tools that make your website perform at low emissions.

Calculate your website’s emissions

Tell us your number of monthly sessions and we’ll be able to determine exactly how much kg CO2 your website is using.

Offset your website’s emissions

Join our Ryte Carbon Neutral Program and a carbon offset project led by our partner ClimatePartner, to compensate for your calculated website emissions.

Reduce your website’s emissions

The Ryte platform allows you to optimize all crucial aspects of your website, towards better performance and reducing your emissions.

How it works:

The Ryte Carbon Neutral Program & Badge

  1. Join: Get started on your journey to carbon neutrality and join the Ryte Carbon Neutral Program. Within this program, we calculate the carbon emissions of your website and offer the opportunity to offset this consumption.

  2. Calculate: Our data scientists have developed algorithms for calculating your website’s carbon footprint. It’s based on numerous factors that contribute to a website’s emissions.

  3. Offset: Invest in the carbon offset project led by our program partner ClimatePartner. It involves planting giant clumping bamboo, one of the most efficient biological tools for fighting climate change.

  4. Badge: Your commitment should be recognized! Inform your users and customers about your commitment by placing the Ryte Carbon Neutral Website Badge on your website.

Get started now:

7 changes to reduce your website's carbon footprint

  1. Reduce heavy assets like JS files and images - Pages with large assets and multiple scripts need even more resources to be loaded by the browser, especially when accessed over slower networks. Run an analysis and locate heavier files to be compressed or removed from the page.

  2. Cut down on unnecessary images - Assess whether your blog articles and category pages need so many images or videos, especially when their purpose is questionable! Cutting down on these assets creates cleaner, faster, and more lightweight pages.

  3. Serve content from closer locations - A Content Delivery Network (CDN) helps reduce network latency by serving content to the user from a nearby location. This low latency creates faster onsite experiences, and requires less energy consumption.