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Microsoft says it will cut emissions to be carbon negative by 2030

2 days ago   |   By New Scientist

Microsoft says that by 2030 it will remove more carbon from the environment than it emits, and by 2050 it plans to offset all emissions the firm has made since 1975
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Microsoft pledges to remove entire historical carbon footprint by 2050

2 days ago   |   By Evening Standard

Microsoft has pledged that within the next 30 years it will remove all the carbon it has emitted since it was founded in 1975.
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Microsoft pledges to be 'carbon negative' by 2030

2 days ago   |   By The Guardian

Company seeks to remove more carbon from the atmosphere than it emits within a decade Microsoft announced it aims to remove more carbon from the atmosphere than it emits by 2030 and hopes to have removed enough carbon to account for all the direct emissions the company has ever made by 2050. The computer giant made the announcement on Thursday, and its promise is the latest in a flurry of climate goals set out by private companies since Donald Trump decided to pull the United States out the Paris climate agreement in 2017.
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Microsoft pledges to erase its entire carbon footprint by 2050

2 days ago   |   By Metro

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Microsoft is planning to remove more carbon from the environment than it emits by 2030.
It also announced ambitious proposals to erase ‘all the carbon' it has emitted across its 45-year history by 2050.
Speaking from the company's headquarters in Washington, President Brad Smith said: ‘While the world will need to reach net zero, those of us who can afford to move faster and go further should do so.
‘That's why today we are announcing an ambitious goal and a new plan to reduce and...
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Microsoft's newest 'moonshot' will make it carbon negative by 2030 - and eventually remove all of the carbon it has emitted since it was founded in 1975 from the environment

Microsoft's newest 'moonshot' will make it carbon negative by 2030 - and eventually remove all of the carbon it has emitted since it was founded in 1975 from the environment

2 days ago   |   By Business Insider

Microsoft announced a plan on Thursday to become carbon negative by 2030 - meaning that it will remove more carbon dioxide from the atmosphere than it emits.
The company's ultimate goal is to remove from the environment by 2050 all of the carbon the company has emitted since it was founded in 1975.
Brad Smith, the company's president, released a plan that includes converting to renewable energy sources, focusing on using electric vehicles, and expanding an internal carbon tax.
Microsoft will also launch $1 billion fund to finance carbon reduction, capture, and removal technologies over the...
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