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Google Going Green

Posted on June 19, 2007

Google has always been an environmentally conscious company but they are starting to take more strides toward leaving less of a footprint on this planet as of late. Today at Google Press Day in Paris they announced that they will be carbon neutral by the end of 2007. That is an amazing step forward and I hope other large companies (and small companies alike) take the plunge. If you’d like to learn more about Google’s plan for going neutral please check this out.

Google’s plug-in hybrid initiative is also moving ahead. As long time readers know I am a big fan of plug-in hybrids. They are the bridge that will get us toward a petroleum free driving future. It’s good to know Google likes them as well and is spending a lot of time and money trying to further the cause.

Of course I am now a Googler so I am a bit biased but I can honestly say that if I weren’t part of the company I’d still be equally as excited about these initiatives. Hopefully other companies will take Google’s lead and get green.

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  1. Antonia Geraldi November 21, 2007 3:27 am

    "That is an amazing step forward and I hope other large companies (and small companies alike) take the plunge." Kudos for Google! I just read an article that states ” France has a per capita carbon emission of 1.64 tonnes, compared to 2.67 tonnes for the U.K and 5.61 tonnes for the US” on Very informative. It’s enlightening to read that efforts are being made by France to improve global warming conditions. I’ve added a quiz question from the article to the “Safe Guard the Earth Quiz” on The quiz link is