Microsoft signs the American Business Act on Climate Pledge

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Today at the White House, Secretary of State John Kerry is launching the American Business Act on Climate Pledge. Microsoft is signing the pledge along with other large companies such as Alcoa, Apple, Bank of America, Berkshire Hathaway Energy, Cargill, Coca-Cola, General Motors, Goldman Sachs, Google, PepsiCo, UPS, and Walmart. The companies making pledges as part of today’s launch represent more than $1.3 trillion in revenue in 2014 and a combined market capitalization of at least $2.5 trillion. Microsoft has a long standing commitment to these issues and their pledge is consistent with their approach to sustainability– since July 1, 2012, they have been carbon neutral which includes our commitment to 100% green power.

At Microsoft, we’re committed to driving environmentally sustainable business practices and catalyzing technology innovations that help people and organizations around the world to realize a sustainable future. Microsoft pledges to:

  • Maintain carbon neutral operations for our datacenters, offices, labs, manufacturing facilities, and business air travel.
  • Purchase 100% renewable energy for the operations of our datacenters, offices, labs, and manufacturing facilities.
  • Offset 100% of emissions from business air travel through supporting carbon offset projects that also drive social benefits in emerging nations.

Read more about it here.

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