Google to Continue Building Solutions to Fight Climate Change



From becoming the first major company to become carbon neutral to having the cleanest cloud in the industry, Google has always worked hard to take action against climate change, said Google Chief Sustainability Officer Kate Brandt at the third Southeast Asia Development Symposium (SEADS) held 16–17 March.

Tackling climate change will continue to be a priority for Google and it will continue to build solutions that fight climate change and help people live more sustainably, she said in her keynote.

As part of sustainability initiatives, she announced the launch of a $6-million seed fund in the Asia Pacific to support nonprofits in addressing some of the most pressing sustainability challenges in the region.