Discover how MyClinic365 partners with Amazon Web Services (AWS) to offer an environmentally friendly hosting platform. Learn about the eco-friendly benefits of AWS and the green technology principles behind MyClinic365’s design. Plus, explore the positive impact of gardening on the environment.
Green Technology and MyClinic365’s Eco-Friendly Hosting
Green technology encompasses innovations that leverage science and technology to create environmentally friendly products and services. At MyClinic365, we are proud to partner with Amazon Web Services (AWS) to ensure that our hosting platform is not just cutting-edge but also environmentally responsible.
AWS: Pioneering Environmental Responsibility
Amazon Web Services (AWS) is dedicated to conducting business in the most environmentally conscious manner possible. AWS has set an ambitious goal of achieving 100% renewable energy usage for its global infrastructure.
Reducing Carbon Emissions with AWS Cloud
When organizations migrate to the AWS Cloud from traditional on-premises infrastructure, they typically reduce carbon emissions by a staggering 88%. This remarkable reduction is possible because AWS data centers benefit from environmental economies of scale. Organizations also use 77% fewer servers, consume 84% less power, and access a cleaner mix of solar and wind power,
MyClinic365’s Green Technology Approach
MyClinic365 is built on serverless technology, an innovation that only activates computing resources when needed. This approach ensures efficient resource utilization, in stark contrast to older applications that require servers to run continuously, regardless of usage.
Our commitment to providing an environmentally friendly platform was at the forefront of our design process when creating MyClinic365. We believe that green technology and sustainability are essential components of responsible business practices.
From Green Technology to Gardening
Addressing global environmental issues often starts with local action. Speaking of which, let’s briefly divert to a personal note. Over the weekend, I embarked on my first gardening adventure, planting a variety of vegetables and herbs, including lettuce, broccoli, carrots, onions, parsnips, radishes, and more. Additionally, I hope to enjoy a modest harvest of strawberries, raspberries, and blueberries.
Surprisingly, even a small vegetable garden can make a significant difference in reducing your carbon footprint. In fact, 2021 has been declared the International Year of Fruits and Vegetables (IYFV) by the UN General Assembly.
Gardening: A Green Act with Multiple Benefits
Gardening has a profound impact on our environment. It helps prevent soil erosion, safeguards groundwater quality, conserves energy, reduces pollution, and serves as a natural filter for carbon dioxide while replenishing the air with fresh oxygen.
In a world filled with chaos, gardening offers serenity, inspiration, and equilibrium. There is undeniable magic in creating something with your own hands.
Taking Responsibility for Our World
In the words of Monty Don, “The world is in your hands, and the world begins at your door. So, look after the world at your door, and then there’s a chance that you’ll be looking after the whole planet.” Embrace green technology, foster sustainability, and nurture your surroundings – because positive change starts locally and extends globally.