Microsoft pledges to be ’carbon negative’ by 2030

Microsoft pledges to be ’carbon negative’ by 2030

Microsoft said on Thursday it aims to remove more carbon from the atmosphere than it emits by 2030 and that by 2050, it hopes to have taken out enough to account for all the direct emissions the company has ever made. Microsoft has been carbon neutral since 2012. The technology behemoth said it will invest $1 billion during the coming four years in technologies for carbon capture and removal.

Clara
Clara
Dave
Dave 3 months

They going to hire a private investigator? Track down every CO2 molecule with their logo printed on it?

Rhokanth
Rhokanth 3 months

It's almost like private companies are more efficient than governments at CO2 reduction.

Ryan M
Ryan M 3 months

"Microsoft to put itself at competitive disadvantage to address non-existent problem."

Lickem
Lickem 3 months

brainless NPCs living in shoebox apartments in dystopian and obviously decaying cities. those are some opinions that matter!

B. K.
B. K. 3 months

it's almost like one company out of millions is doing something about it because they feel like it, not enough to be much more that good marketing, but at least they are trying.

mint
mint 3 months

This is some nice news, what's the catch?

Critical Clown
Critical Clown 3 months

This is outrageously stupid. If carbon levels dip below 200 ppm mass extinction will happen across the entire planet. Carbon collection plants must be prevented.

Innerparty
Innerparty 3 months

"Climate change" is poo poo.

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