Google Cloud & Sustainability: The Road to Net Zero With Google Cloud

Sustainability has become a top priority for an increasing number of industry leaders across the globe, but for Google Cloud, this goal has been top-of-mind for nearly two decades. After achieving a net-zero impact on carbon emissions in 2007, they have since set the bar for businesses’ sustainability goals as they help other enterprises achieve net zero.

Amongst the many companies that Google Cloud has helped become more sustainable is Through their partnership with Google Cloud, achieved sustainability goals through energy efficiency and reducing their carbon footprint.

Additionally, Google Cloud has made an ambitious goal to operate on 24/7 carbon-free energy at all of its data centers by 2030. To accomplish this goal, Google has implemented many important initiatives and changes, including three tools that help bring about these changes:

  • Carbon Footprint
  • Unattended Project Recommender
  • Google Earth Engine

To that end, we’ve created this white paper, which delves into:

  • the strategy behind Google Cloud’s successful net-zero efforts,
  • their position as a leader in sustainable IT, 
  • and how Maven Wave / Atos and Google Cloud have joined forces to create even more sustainability tools.

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