'Our collective work is far from over': Facebook posts second annual sustainability report

Cecilia Keating
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A Facebook data centre in Clonee, Ireland | Credit: Facebook
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A Facebook data centre in Clonee, Ireland | Credit: Facebook

Tech giant provides status update on water, waste, carbon offsetting, and energy efficiency progress achieved in 2020

Facebook has today published its second annual sustainability report, outlining its progress on reducing its operational carbon emissions, slashing its water waste, and improving the energy efficiency...

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