Fans love tuning into shows such as "House of Cards", "The Crown", and "Lilyhammer" via global streaming site Netflix. But they may not know that watching these programs leaves a huge carbon footprint, writes Greenpeace, which has mapped out the energy consumption from the world's largest streaming services and social media companies a in a comprehensive report.
While companies such as Apple, Google, and Facebook largely use electricity from renewable energy sources, Netflix lags far behind in many of these aspects measured by Greenpeace.
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