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What’s Next for Sustainability digital event

It’s more important than ever to reduce your organization’s carbon footprint. When you take decisive action to set and meet sustainability goals, it’s better for the planet and for your business.

At Microsoft, we’re committed to becoming carbon negative by 2030—and to empowering businesses and organizations to reduce their environmental impact as well. Join us on Wednesday, October 27, 2021, from 9:00 AM to 10:00 AM Pacific Time for What’s Next for Sustainability to gain insights from Microsoft president Brad Smith and other experts. During this free digital event, you’ll learn how Microsoft Cloud for Sustainability can help you shift from ambition to action and record, report, and reduce your carbon emissions.

Register now for this free digital event to:

1. Be part of the change

Hear Brad Smith discuss why sustainability is becoming a priority for organizations across the world. Plus, find out why carbon reduction is a group effort—and how Microsoft Cloud for Sustainability can help you reduce carbon emissions, improve business processes, and make lasting changes.

2. See Microsoft Cloud for Sustainability in action

Watch an in-depth demo and discover how this new solution can help you:

  • Improve automation of carbon emissions data through our ecosystem of partners.
  • Accelerate data integration and reporting to help you achieve accurate carbon accounting.
  • Create customized carbon emissions calculation models to grow with your organization’s data.
  • View and track your progress and quickly identify potential gaps in regulatory requirements.
  • Develop impactful reduction strategies so you can take appropriate actions to minimize your footprint.

3. Hear from a panel of partners and customers

Listen to Microsoft partners and customers discuss real-world sustainability challenges—and find out how they can solve these issues with innovative tech solutions. This panel features Accenture, Blue Yonder, Ecolab, and Ingredion, and will be hosted by Alysa Taylor, Microsoft Corporate Vice President, Industry, Apps, and Data Marketing.

4. Get expert insights

Discover how to use technology solutions to meet sustainability goals from analysts like Marta Muñoz Méndez-Villamil, Senior Research Director, and Lead Technology & Sustainability Practice, IDC EMEA.

5. Find answers to your sustainability questions

Ask Microsoft experts questions about sustainability challenges, goals, and solutions during the live Q&A.

Take action now

It’s not too late to curb emissions and make significant changes for our planet—but only if organizations across the globe take decisive action and tap into new tools and processes to transform to a net-zero world.

Microsoft is taking action. We’ve made bold commitments to become carbon negative, water positive, and zero waste by 2030. But we believe carbon reduction is a group effort—and it will take more than a single company to reverse the effects of climate change.

That’s why we’ve created a solution to help every organization take control of its sustainability goals and accelerate global progress. Join us for this free digital event to learn how Microsoft Cloud for Sustainability can help you record, report, and reduce your carbon emissions on a path to net-zero. Plus, find out about the Emissions Impact Dashboard, a tool that helps you understand, measure, and reduce carbon emissions associated with your Microsoft Cloud usage.

Now is the time to embrace sustainability and set ambitious carbon reduction goals. Gain a 360-degree view of your company’s carbon footprint with Microsoft Cloud for Sustainability and start reducing your environmental impact.

Don’t miss this free digital event

Join us on October 27, 2021, to learn how Microsoft Cloud for Sustainability can help you record all your operational business activities and get a near real-time carbon emissions footprint for your entire operation. Plus, explore how to report resource consumption and track progress toward sustainability goals.

What’s Next for Sustainability

Wednesday, October 27, 2021

9:00 AM to 10:00 AM Pacific Time