Dell is First Major Computer Company to go Carbon Neutral

by Sabrina I. Pacifici on September 26, 2007

Press release: “Dell today became the first major computer manufacturer to commit to neutralizing the carbon impact of its worldwide operations, a significant extension of its global climate policy and environmental stewardship. “Never before in the history of business have we seen such a critical need to build a worldwide community dedicated to improving the environment,” Michael Dell, the company’s chairman and CEO, said here today during a policy forum organized by the Center for Strategic and International Studies…The company also announced a new program called “Plant a Forest for Me” that enables organizations worldwide to join together with Dell and share best practices, partner and facilitate the planting of millions of trees in sustainably managed reforestation projects. This program is a continuation of the “Plant a Tree for Me” program for consumers.”

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