, 12 September 2013 - As part of its quest for carbon neutrality, last summer Microsoft began charging all business divisions for the carbon they emit.

At the time, the software company pledged to put that money into renewable energy certificates and carbon offset projects that focus on resource conservation.

Now, Microsoft has disclosed 15 diverse initiatives that are  benefiting from the strategy, ranging from biodiversity conservation in Brazil to sustainable agriculture and reforestation in Kenya to a massive wind farm in China. 

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