Google Sustainability: Realizing a carbon-free future Something new. Read the official Google blog post. We worked on the narrative, brand and design systems for comms and product, Google.com homepage changes, and some more things you’ll see over the coming months and years. “The science is clear: The world must act now.” CEO @SundarPichai details how we’re working toward a carbon-free future → https://t.co/aSFuevvI6l pic.twitter.com/iebB5mRKe2— Google (@Google) September 14, 2020 As of today, Google is the 1st major company to eliminate our entire carbon legacy, including before we became carbon neutral in 2007. We’re also proud that by 2030, we aim to operate on 24/7 carbon-free energy in our data centers & campuses worldwide. https://t.co/j9HlkWrB2X— Sundar Pichai (@sundarpichai) September 14, 2020 ✅ As of today, we’re proud to announce that we have eliminated Google’s carbon legacy.🌱 Looking to the future, we aim to operate on 24/7 carbon-free energy in all of our data centers & campuses worldwide. Read more about our most ambitious decade yet → https://t.co/K67349QR3g pic.twitter.com/rFFUMvKQya— Google (@Google) September 14, 2020 🌱 We were the first major company to reach carbon neutrality, and we’re the largest corporate purchaser of renewable energy. Now we’re committed to a carbon-free future and enabling everyone to take part in climate action. Our most ambitious decade yet →https://t.co/gKsv74BdDc pic.twitter.com/3GFhyGfKJ7— Google UK (@GoogleUK) September 14, 2020 Google says its carbon footprint is now zero https://t.co/PXRaIMRgZP— BBC News (World) (@BBCWorld) September 14, 2020 Google announced one of the biggest green pledges from tech yet https://t.co/nBUQJ2RbQw pic.twitter.com/1PB2wzipIx— The Verge (@verge) September 14, 2020 I'm very proud of Google's long standing work on making good environmental decisions, from being and continuing to be carbon neutral for the past 13 years, to a commitment to operate our data centers and offices carbon free, 24×7 by 2030. https://t.co/WyVFI61uvJ— Jeff Dean (@🏡) (@JeffDean) September 14, 2020 Google says it's eliminating its "entire carbon legacy, effective today," counteracting any carbon emissions from before the co went carbon neutral in 2007. I believe the only other major tech co to try to eliminate all emissions retroactively is Microsoft https://t.co/37Xg2gyQBt— Lauren Masks Are Goode (@LaurenGoode) September 14, 2020 Very happy to see that in our third decade of climate action we're becoming even more ambitious: after being the first (large) company to become carbon neutral (2007), first to announce a goal of matching 100% of our electricity consumption with new wind and solar (2012), <cont> https://t.co/u9njCvxy9M— Urs Hölzle (@uhoelzle) September 14, 2020 Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Tumblr (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window) By andrew kinsella Strange Projects at Google View all of andrew kinsella's posts.