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Following Microsoft's Lead on Corporate Sustainability

Last year, Microsoft pledged that “By 2030 Microsoft will be carbon negative, and by 2050 Microsoft will remove from the environment all the carbon the company has emitted either directly or by electrical consumption since it was founded in 1975.” 

Currently, they are carbon-neutral, or similarly, net-zero, effectively mean that whilst emissions are still being generated, they’re offset by the same amount elsewhere. Common examples of carbon offset activities include renewable energy, biogas and reforestation. 

Leading climate experts agree that the world must reach net-zero emissions in order to survive. The technology that we are going to need to achieve this likely doesn’t exist yet. Regardless, it’s ultimately up to us to ensure we are each doing our part in reaching this goal as it is a fundamental part of human survival.

You can read more about the incredible work that Microsoft is doing here: Microsoft will be carbon negative by 2030 - The Official Microsoft Blog

Myrtec is proud to be an official Microsoft partner, and we vow to continue to follow their lead in an effort to be an environmentally conscious brand. 


You can read our tips on how your business can be more environmentally friendly here: How Your Office Can Be More Environmentally Friendly - Myrtec

Not only is sustainability good for the planet, but it’s also good for business. Check out how here: 3 Ways Sustainability Is Good for Business - YouTube

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