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    This Week in Sustainability: Decreasing Carbon Footprints, From Buildings to Batteries

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    imageBeginning next week, our This Week in Sustainability posts will move to our Facebook page, where we will feature weekly posts highlighting some of our favorite articles looking at the intersection of technology and sustainability. We hope you will continue to follow these posts on Facebook! In the meantime, read on to learn more about how new developments in nanotechnology may revolutionize the battery and how a federal warehouse was turned into a super-green smart building.

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    Urban Farming at Microsoft: Going Green for Growing Greens

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    clip_image002We’re always interested in the role that IT is playing in shaping how resources get used in the agricultural sector—figuring out how to grow and produce food more efficiently and using fewer resources will become more and more important over the coming years.

    One experiment in urban farming is taking place right under our own roof here at Microsoft, run by Mark Freeman and the company’s dining services team, Dining at Microsoft. By growing food onsite and vertically integrating part of our food production, Dining at Microsoft has created a unique opportunity to increase the overall quality of the customer experience, improve the quality of the produce, and decrease the company’s ecological footprint.

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    EPA Names Microsoft Leading Green Energy Purchaser

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    clip_image002For the second consecutive year, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has named Microsoft to its Green Power Partnership Top 50 List—and this year our ranking increased to second on the Top 50 List.

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    Greenspotting: Microsoft Transforms Energy into Data – Video Interview with Brian Janous

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    image“We take energy, and we transform that into data.” Brian Janous, Microsoft’s director of energy strategy, discusses how Microsoft’s work with datacenters fits into both its energy strategy and its overall environmental sustainability strategy. Brian, who previously spent much of his career working in the energy sector, joined Microsoft because he believed it was at the nexus of energy and IT, two industries currently going through great changes. Datacenters make up a large portion of Microsoft’s carbon footprint. And as Brian shares in this video interview, he has discovered that his work on energy aligns significantly with Microsoft’s sustainability strategy.

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    Microsoft’s First Annual Sustainable Subsidiary of the Year Award Goes to Microsoft Finland

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    clip_image002Today, we are pleased to announce Microsoft Finland as the winner of our first annual Sustainable Subsidiary of the Year Award! This award was created to recognize Microsoft subsidiaries that are embedding sustainable business practices into their everyday operations and are producing exceptional results.

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