In this post on Sustainable Living SE a rough estimate was calculated for the carbon footprint of the Stack Exchange platform. It says that in 2018 their hosting company QTS used 32% renewable energy. Although this is higher than the average generated Watt in the US, it's a long way from the (almost) carbon neutral servers of Google, Apple and Facebook.
Are there any steps being taking by Stack Exchange to become carbon neutral? Is this a goal for the Stack Exchange organization? Or is there anything preventing the Stack Exchange company from making the platform carbon neutral? The amount of servers used for production isn't large, but still they could talk to their hosting provider and try to convince them to increase the amount of renewable energy faster. Also they could consider green hosting alternatives that are already using 100% renewable energy.