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One year later: The path to carbon negative – a progress report on our climate ‘moonshot’

A year ago, we launched the biggest commitment in Microsoft’s history to focus on the climate crisis. As Satya Nadella, Amy Hood, and I announced last January, Microsoft committed to become carbon negative as a company by 2030 – meaning that by that date we will remove from the environment more carbon than we emit. By 2050, we committed that we’ll remove from the

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Our future

I was in elementary school when I realized how much my life would be defined by the color of my skin. The math teacher was introducing us to the concept of probability. At the start of class, she wrote four numbers on the board. She asked us to guess what they represented – none of

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Episode 2 of Envision: Exploring the five macro forces impacting our world

I’m looking forward to participating in Episode 2 of Envision, which will air in the Americas on Tuesday, Feb. 16, and then be broadcast the following day in Asia Pacific and Europe, the Middle East, and Africa. Presented by Accenture, Avanade, and Microsoft, Envision is our digital series for business leaders and has become a

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Update on the community vaccination site in Redmond

Editor’s note: Today, Kurt DelBene, executive vice president at Microsoft, shared the below update with Puget Sound employees on our previously-announced initiative to stand up a vaccination site on our Redmond campus. To: Microsoft employees in Puget Sound Date: Wednesday, 2/3/2021 Subject: Update on the community vaccination site in Redmond Hi Everyone, Even as we

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Microsoft’s partner ecosystem: Enabling innovation and business resilience

The Microsoft partner ecosystem is extensive, diverse and powerful. For decades it has been and continues to be at the center of how Microsoft delivers technology, services and cloud-to-edge solutions that enable business transformation for customers around the world. In fact, partners influence more than 95% of Microsoft’s commercial revenue, either directly, or in partnership

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