One year later: The path to carbon negative – a progress report on our climate ‘moonshot’

One year later: The path to carbon negative – a progress report on our climate ‘moonshot’ - Microsoft

A year ago, Microsoft launched the biggest commitment in its history to focus on the climate crisis. Microsoft committed to become carbon negative as a company by 2030 – meaning that by that date it will remove from the environment more carbon than we emit. By 2050, it committed that it'll remove from the environment all the carbon that Microsoft has emitted directly or through electricity use since the company was founded in 1975. On the occasion of the one-year anniversary of this pledge, the company shared the initial progress made and some lessons learned, including key milestones. To read the whole update visit the Official Microsoft Blog.

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