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IBM Says Its Carbon Capture Research Will Help Meet 2030 Net-Zero Goal

Dieter Holger of The Wall Street Journal reports that IMB will plans to use its carbon capture research to reach net neutrality by 2030.

The C3 Take
  • IBM plans to reach net-zero by 2030 by prioritizing renewable energy and artificial intelligence developement.
  • Last year, the computer software giant joined MIT’s Climate and Sustainability Consortium to develop the technolgical tools to lower emissions.
  • It is the private sector’s ingenuity and commitment that will help us lower emissions.

“That builds on IBM’s ‘future of climate’ research project launched in the past year, which aims to use cloud computing and machine learning to design materials that help capture carbon dioxide at polluting sites like refineries or even suck it out of the air.”

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