Twitter Is Already Eyeing the 50th Anniversary of Earth Day in 2020

By David Cohen April 22, 2019

The company also pledged to offset carbon emissions for regular employee travel—as well as for large-scale events, such as #OneTeam2020 and the #TweepTour—by funding green energy projects worldwide, managed by climate change nonprofit Cool Effect. Recognizing that its data centers account for a significant piece of its carbon footprint, Twitter is setting out to achieve 100% carbon-neutral power sourcing in those facilities by the end of 2022, working with Cool Effect to offset carbon emissions in the meantime.