The Path to Carbon Zero and Navigating Scope 3 Emission

Making a plan to reduce and ultimately remove Microsoft’s carbon footprint emitted either directly or by electrical consumption since the company was founded Grounding in science and math to invest in new carbon reduction and removal technology that will help achieve Carbon Negative status Expanding internal carbon tax to “scope 3 emissions” and understanding why it’s necessary for our journey to being Carbon Negative Empowering customers and suppliers around the world and ensuring effective transparency and communication — Brandon Middaugh Director, Climate Innovation Fund Microsoft Brandon is Director of Microsoft’s Climate Innovation Fund program, a $1 billion capital investment initiative…

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