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Facebook intends to save water by being a water positive company by 2030

Facebook intends to save water by being a water positive company by 2030

Facebook recently announced that it intends to become an active water company by 2030. Such a development of events, of course, should happen much earlier, but better late than never. A recent report by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) showed that temperatures have risen swifter in the past 50 years than in the previous 2,000 years.

Countries have made it clear that this report heralds a red code warning for humanity and its future. Naturally, companies are to be blamed for their role in climate change. Stricter and more restrictive measures are to be taken to ensure a peaceful outcome for the entire population. Facebook’s recent announcement seems right on time as it was made a few days after the IPCC’s.

The social networking site explains in its Newsroom blog that the company has intentions of being water positive for the next decade. Basically, this means that Facebook intends to replenish the water supplies that it is consuming, which has a net positive effect on the environment.

Facebook’s decision is to invest in national companies and projects around the world, with a focus on returning water to the environment or distributing it to specific communities like the groups providing clean water to homes in the Navajo Nation. Other efforts will include funding efforts that will reduce the amount of water absorbed by agricultural irrigation installations.

While it is said to work widely around the world, such funding will begin with projects in the areas such as Arizona, California, and Utah which are in America. This isn’t Facebook’s first attempt at energy conservation or the environment. The company’s 2020 Sustainability Report shows that all of its offices and data centers are now powered by renewable energies, and the entire company is now generating zero net emissions.

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They are also made possible by large investments in renewable energy sources and the technologies that produce them. For all its flaws, Facebook is a company that seems to be totally committed to protecting the environment. If only all other corporations could go along with the plan, too.

Facebook intends to save water by being a water positive company by 2030

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Basically, this means that Facebook intends to replenish the water supplies that it is consuming, which has a net positive effect on the environment. Facebook’s decision is to invest in national companies and projects around the world, with a focus on returning water to the environment or distributing it to specific communities like the groups providing clean water to homes in the Navajo Nation. For all its flaws, Facebook is a company that seems to be totally committed to protecting the environment.

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