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DIGITAL CLEANUP

It's not just the environment where we create a lot of waste! In the digital world, we accumulate a huge amount of trash that not only takes up space on our smartphones, tablets, laptops and PCs but produces a huge amount of CO2. 

From 23rd November to 6th December, join our Digital Cleanup and lower your carbon footprint by deleting all your unnecessary files, apps, photos and videos.

CAMPAIGN AIMS

The carbon footprint of the internet and all the programs and files we use that support it equate to about 3.7% of global greenhouse emissions. That's about the amount produced by the airline industry! 

 

Inspired by Digital World Clean Up Day, we're inviting you to participate in Lambeth Friends of the Earth's Digital Cleanup and delete your unnecessary files, apps, photos and videos on your smartphone, tablet, laptop or PC.

Simply register today for your Digital Cleanup guide, enter your results when you're finished and help us reach our collective target of 50,000 MB deleted.

CLEAN UP YOUR DEVICES

 

CLEAN UP YOUR SMARTPHONE

CLEAN UP YOUR EMAILS

CLEAN UP YOUR
PC OR LAPTOP

TELL US HOW MUCH YOU DELETED!

Register today for your free Digital Cleanup toolkit, with all the details of how to participate and how to calculate how much you've deleted on each device. Registration is free!

We'll also send you reminders throughout the week, as well as a survey at the end to find out how much you've contributed to our collective target of 50,000 MB.

HOW DO I CALCULATE THE DATA I DELETE?

 

When you sign up, we'll send you all the information you need to clean up your smartphone, emails, PC or laptop, as well as details on how to calculate how much you've deleted at the end.

When you're done, please fill in our survey to let us know how much you have deleted and help us reach our goal!

5 VIDEOS

=

200 MB

50 PHOTOS

=

200 MB

150 EMAILS

=

10 MB

Lambeth Friends of the Earth
foelambeth@gmail.com
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A FoE Local Group supported by Friends of the Earth UK