At its Dreamforce event, Salesforce has announced that it has achieved effective Net Zero energy usage across its entire value chain with 100 percent renewable energy and purchasing carbon offsets.
At Inspire 2021, Microsoft has announced the Cloud for Sustainability initiative that will help organizations to measure and track their carbon emissions and also take act upon intelligent insights.
Mozilla has announced that in the coming year it wants to bring down its carbon emissions rather than just offsetting them. Plans include travelling only when necessary and going paper-free.
By 2030, Google has pledged to shift all its data centers and offices to renewable sources of energy under a plan dubbed "Stretch Goal". It will ditch oil and gas-based power completely.
The automaker is in talks with Giga Metals, a Canadian mining company, to secure a nickel supply for batteries manufactured in a carbon-neutral way. This will help Tesla reduce its carbon footprint.
The ride-hailing platform announced on Tuesday that all vehicles on its platform will be electric by 2040. It also pledged to contribute $800 million through 2025 to help drivers switch.
Apple has announced its intentions to become carbon neutral across the entire supply chain for its products by 2030. Companies such as Microsoft and Amazon have made similar commitments.
Google has announced that its 'Made by Google' consumer products will start using more and more recycled materials from 2022. From 2020, shipments to and from customers will be carbon neutral.
Microsoft and Vattenfall have collaborated yet again to commit to the spread of green energy, by building sustainable datacentres that employ use of 100 percent renewable energy sources.
LG has pledged to go carbon neutral by the year 2030. The South Korean company plans to achieve this goal via a multifaceted approach of buying credits, and reducing its emissions in half.