Carbon neutral vs. carbon negative: What’s the difference?

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GM outlined its strategy to become carbon neutral in late January; Apple in July 2020. But Microsoft’s January announcement that it would be carbon negative by 2030 introduced another term into the mix. As more companies and governments talk about carbon emissions and climate change, we wanted to explain the key differences between the two phrases. 

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