Razer sets new goals to cut down its climate pollution
Razer announced today that it plans to become carbon neutral by 2030, meaning it plans to reduce and offset its carbon dioxide emissions.
As part of that goal, the company says its global offices will run on renewable energy by 2025. It also says it will design products to create less climate pollution and will slash emissions from its manufacturing processes. Razer is also trying to reduce waste by eliminating single-use plastics from its offices this decade and switching to biodegradable packaging for its products.
It’s the latest tech company to announce new climate goals for the decade. Razer competitor Logitech also recently made commitments to cut down…