I am well on my way to make our MikroTiks environmentally friendly. I have reduced their power output, assigned the mode button to switch wlan on or off, and now I would like the router to disable wlan when all users have disconnected from wlan.
Have you done the calculations to determine how many calories are burned by having to walk over and press the button? Extrapolate out over a year and then determine how much extra food a person needs to eat to compensate, then figure out the environmental impact of producing that extra food, then multiply by the number of people that are doing the same thing (Hint: the answer is 1, its just you)
This whole exercise makes very little sense and will have absolutely sweet FA impact on power consumption and environmental impact. WiFi access points periodically send out a small pulse when they aren't in use, the power required is absolutely tiny. All it does is make your life more difficult by having to keep turning it back on