Adobe Achieves Carbon Neutrality at North American Facilities
With over 3 million square feet of real estate around the world, Adobe says it has cut its electricity usage by 50 percent since 2002, which has helped it achieve carbon neutrality at its owned North American facilities, according to Adobe’s corporate blog.
“We rigorously explore ways to reduce our energy and water consumption and to offset 100 percent of our Scope 1 and 2 emissions from our North America operations through the purchase of renewable energy credits and emission reduction credits to help develop wind farms and landfill biogas plant projects,” states the blog.
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