Facebook and Google announce plans to become carbon neutral

The Guardian 

Facebook and Google are becoming carbon neutral businesses, joining competitors Apple and Microsoft in committing to put no excess carbon into the atmosphere, both companies have independently announced. But the details of the two companies' ambitions differs greatly. At Google, which first committed to going carbon neutral in 2007, the announcement sees the company declaring success in retroactively offsetting all carbon it has ever emitted, since its foundation in 1998. It has also committed to being powered exclusively by renewable energy by 2030. If that sounds familiar, it's because it is: in 2017, Google became a "net-zero" company, buying renewable energy to match its energy usage, but was unable to fully commit to eliminating carbon-emitting generation entirely.

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