Microsoft outlines plan to become 'water positive' by 2030

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Microsoft headquarters in Redmond, Washington | Credit: Microsoft
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Microsoft headquarters in Redmond, Washington | Credit: Microsoft

Tech giant unveils latest sustainability pledge, aiming to become a net replenisher of water within a decade and focus efforts on water stressed regions of the world

Microsoft has set set its sights on becoming a net replenisher of water by 2030 in a bid to help manage "chronic shortages of freshwater" expected in the decades to come, it announced yesterday. The...

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