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Internal Carbon Pricing - Practical Experiences from the Private Sector: Microsoft

Internal Carbon Pricing - Practical Experiences from the Private Sector: Microsoft

Microsoft was one of the first companies to set a voluntary internal carbon fee. The innovative carbon pricing model has supported business operations, mitigated climate change, and driven culture change within the company and the broader community. 

Incentivizing lower-carbon alternatives, this carbon fee contributes towards Microsoft’s “Beyond Carbon Neutral” operations to accelerate global and local good. Since its inception, the model has helped reduce more than 9 million metric tons of greenhouse gas emissions, purchased more than 14 million MWh, impacted more than 7 million people worldwide, and fostered a corporate culture of sustainability.

Join us for a unique opportunity to learn from Microsoft’s leadership in the third webinar of the Internal Carbon Pricing: Practical Experiences from the Private sector series, in partnership with the World Economic Forum and the Carbon Pricing Leadership Coalition.

With the increasing trend for leading organizations to implement internal carbon prices as part of their sustainability and climate goals, we believe this is an exciting and tangible learning opportunity.

We hope that you will be able to join us and we encourage participants to contribute to this live interactive conversation with your questions.

Featuring: TJ DiCaprio, Senior Director, Environmental Sustainability, Microsoft

Moderator: Peter Boyd, Executive Fellow at Yale University; Founder & CEO,Time4Good Group; Former COO, Carbon War Room

Welcome remarks: Emily Farnworth, Head of Climate Initiatives, World Economic Forum

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