Microsoft was praised for its commitment to carbon neutrality and internal carbon fee in a report published recently by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation Corporate Citizenship Center.
The company’s internal carbon fee is a mechanism used to achieve net-zero emissions for its data centers, offices, software development labs and employee air travel. The Microsoft Green blog notes the news is particularly timely given World Water Day was March 22.
Head to the Green Blog for more details as well as updates on Microsoft’s efforts around carbon neutrality and reducing its environmental footprint.
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