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Microsoft to retroactively counteract its carbon footprint since 1975

1 month ago   |   By PCGamesN

Microsoft and its entire supply chain promises to be completely carbon negative by 2030 - when the tech company will be actively removing more carbon dioxide than it's creating. It's also set a lofty goal to remove more emissions from the atmosphere than it has created since the company's founding in April, 1975.
“While the world will need to reach net zero, those of us who can afford to move faster and go further should do so,” Microsoft president Brad Smith says in a blog post. “That's why today we are announcing an ambitious goal and a new plan to reduce and ultimately remove...
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