Justin Catanoso

Wake Forest University; MongaBay.com

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Climate change reporter for MongaBay.com and professor at Wake Forest University.

Justin Catanoso on KCRW

The tech sector has long been criticized for not being environmentally friendly. Microsoft says it’s trying to change that. The company has decided to go    carbon negative by 2030   .

Microsoft wants to go carbon negative. What does that mean?

The tech sector has long been criticized for not being environmentally friendly. Microsoft says it’s trying to change that. The company has decided to go carbon negative by 2030 .

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