Carbon Neutrality and 100% Renewable Energy

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Carbon Neutrality and 100% Renewable Energy

VMware has set a goal to achieve carbon neutral emissions by 2020, and to advance its commitment to use 100 percent renewable energy. As a global technology company, VMware is committed to operating its business in a responsible and sustainable manner. With a legacy of social responsibility, VMware’s Corporate Sustainability efforts focus on the net-positive impact of its industry-leading virtualization technology in the data center as well as reducing the company’s operational carbon footprint and increasing investments in renewable energy.

Learn more: https://www.vmware.com/radius/vmware-commits-carbon-neutral-emissions-2020/

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VMware Achieves Carbon Neutrality Across Global Operations
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Nov 5, 2018 3:05 PM ET
VMware Joins 21 Companies in Step Up Declaration at Global Climate Action Summit
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