Microsoft is a worldwide leader in software, services and solutions that help people and businesses realise their full potential.
The corporation produces software in over 40 languages and has operations in more than 100 countries. Microsoft employs approximately 90,000 individuals worldwide.
Microsoft is committed to exploring how technology can help address environmental concerns around the world such as managing the impact of climate change and achieving greater sustainability. Through our own operations and by working with governments, international organisations, non-governmental organisations and industry partners, Microsoft hopes to demonstrate the real impact that technology can have in achieving shared environmental and sustainable development goals while expanding the benefits of technology.
UNEP and Microsoft have worked together in an official public-private partnership since 2009 with the aim of developing innovative solutions across areas of mutual concern. Together, we helped UNEP implement the first highly efficient green data center in Africa at the new UN headquarter building in Nairobi.
White Paper: Environmentally Sustainable Data Centers: Microsoft
14 June 2013 | Worldwide, Business & Industry, Telecommunications and IT
Microsoft recognises the challenges that data centre managers, cloud and IT service providers face as they struggle to support their businesses with rising costs and uncertainty about how to efficiently provide web-scale cloud infrastructures.
13 March 2012 | Carbon management, Telecommunications and IT
Microsoft yesterday confirmed it will be rolling out its newly acquired CarbonSystems Enterprise Sustainability Platform (ESP) application throughout its global empire.
25 June 2009 |
The head of Mircosoft Crop's $9 billion reserch unit thinks the debate over stopping climate chnage is being muddied by talk of renewable energy.
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