Microsoft to adopt negative-emission technologies including bioenergy with CCS
January 17, 2020 By Ellen Cools
On Jan. 16, Microsoft announced plans to become carbon-negative – remove more carbon than it emits – by 2030.
According to The Washington Post, the company plans to adopt negative-emission technologies including soil carbon sequestration and bioenergy with carbon capture and storage (CCS) to remove emissions it creates. Its vehicle fleet will also be all-electric.
Microsoft has also pledged to invest $1 billion in the next four years in new technologies to help fight climate change.
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