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  • Sep 16, 2020

This week, Google announced that it has eliminated its entire carbon legacy, joining a select group of companies that are taking radical steps beyond net zero.

Microsoft and Danish roof window manufacturer Velux have also made the commitment to wipe away historic carbon emissions, going back to 1975 and 1941, respectively.



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Bob Meinetz on Sep 16, 2020

"Nevertheless, it’s clear that leading-edge companies, and investors are taking net zero targets and the climate crisis seriously."

Either that, or

"Nevertheless, it's clear that leading-edge companies, and investors are realizing the promotional value of committing to spurious 'net zero targets' without ever assuming responsibility for actually meeting them."

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