Microsoft becomes latest 'Principal Partner' for COP26 Climate Summit

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Microsoft is aiming to produce 'net negative emissions' by 2030
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Microsoft is aiming to produce 'net negative emissions' by 2030

Tech giant joins sponsor roster for vital climate talks, as shareholders urge firm to consider benefits of providing customers with better access to repair services

Microsoft has been unveiled as the latest 'Principal Partner' for November's UN climate change summit in Glasgow, bringing the total number of lead corporate sponsors for the vital talks to 10. The...

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