Microsoft's Environmental Sustainability Profile and Analysis:
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Microsoft has made it clear that environmental sustainability truly shapes how they do business.
Time and time again, they have raised the standards for how companies should treat the planet.
We have spent days analyzing the ins-and-outs of their environmental impacts, and have concluded that Microsoft is the perfect example of an environmentally-ethical company.environmental sustainability truly shapes how they do business.
Microsoft Will be Carbon Negative by 2030.
To Be Carbon Negative by 2030, they Will Remove Lifetime Carbon Emissions (since 1975)
They Will Counter Direct and Indirect Carbon Emissions
They have Almost 1 Million Solar Panels
Increased Energy Efficiency
2 Largest Fulfillment Centers Carbon Neutral by 2021 (37% of Purchases)
Microsoft Products are Designed to be Sustainably-Sourced.
Water Positive by 2030 by Reducing Water Use and Filling Up Basins with Water
Products Designed to Last
Limited Use of Environmentally Unfavorable Materials in Packaging
Limited Use of Toxic Materials
Microsoft Commits to Zero Waste by 2030.
Microsoft Conserves + Repurposes + Recycles
They Will Soon be Able to Process eWaste on Site
They are Removing Plastics from Packaging
Investing $30 Million to Accelerate Clean Waste R&D
Surface Will be 100% Recyclable by 2030
100% Recyclable Packaging by 2030
Packaging Currently 80% Post Consumer Content
Microsoft is a True Leader for Corporate Sustainability.
Creating Machine Learning Technologies to Monitor Environmental Trends
$1 Billion In Environmental Grants
Thousands of Employees working for Environmental Change
Employee Rewards for Being Environmentally Conscious
Bill Gates Leads Global Environmental Efforts
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