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The tech sector plays a unique role in the debate over climate change because of its ability to control the flow of information or misinformation about climate change through algorithms that determine the content and products to which its customers are exposed. The tech sector is also notable for its relatively ambitious net-zero goals, with Microsoft, for example, pledging to become carbon negative by 2030 and remove its historical emissions by 2050.

Running contrary to these pledges is the practice of employing lobbyists who also work for the fossil fuel industry. Here are top tech companies’ climate commitments side-by-side with the fossil fuel lobbyists they employed in Georgia in 2022.

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ALEXANDER, BRAD

Report Date: 01/12/2024
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BOZEMAN, JOHN

Report Date: 06/24/2024
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EDGE, ARTHUR

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FRALICK, LAUREN

Report Date: 06/24/2024
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JONES, STANLEY

Report Date: 01/12/2024
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KAPLAN, TYLER

Report Date: 01/12/2024
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MARSH, RAGEN

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MARTIN, JOHN

Report Date: 01/12/2024
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MASSEY, LEWIS

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