Cloud carbon tracking for your path to net zero
Calculate your cloud footprint using Power BI template apps and validated carbon accounting, with the Emissions Impact Dashboard for Azure and the Emissions Impact Dashboard for Microsoft 365.
Monitor the carbon impact of your cloud usage
Track direct and indirect greenhouse gas emissions related to your cloud usage. Easily share your findings via cloud data export.
Estimate emissions that you’ve avoided
Calculate the emissions your organization has already avoided by moving on-premises workloads to the Microsoft Cloud.
Gain Scope 3 emissions transparency
Learn about our third party–validated methodology for calculating Microsoft Scope 3 emissions and providing those insights to you through the Emissions Impact Dashboard.
Start tracking your cloud footprint
Emissions Impact Dashboard for Azure
Track your emissions related to your Azure services usage.
Emissions Impact Dashboard for Microsoft 365
Track your emissions related to using Microsoft 365 core cloud services, including Exchange Online, SharePoint, OneDrive, Microsoft Teams, and other services.
Access your cloud emissions data via the Microsoft Cloud for Sustainability API (Preview)
Bring the same cloud emissions tracking for Azure and Microsoft 365 into your applications and dashboards with the easy-to-use API and developer portal. View your usage-based emissions data by emissions scope, type, region, and time period.
Want broader sustainability data tracking across your operations and value chain?
Discover Microsoft Sustainability Manager—an extensible Microsoft Cloud for Sustainability solution that centralizes data to help you record, report, and reduce your emissions, water, and waste impacts. This solution includes direct connections to the Emissions Impact Dashboard.
How small steps power big sustainability goals
As Microsoft continues the journey to carbon negative, you can lessen your impact on the environment simply by moving your workloads to the cloud. Discover small steps we’re taking at our datacenters that make a big difference.
Modern datacenter cooling
Learn how advanced cooling technologies combined with energy-efficient cloud computing and datacenter operations can help you reduce the carbon and energy used to deliver your IT services.
Real tech ready to power the future of AI
You need increasingly sophisticated AI and machine learning functionality to stay competitive, but you don’t want to increase your environmental impact. Moving your workloads to Azure can help you get there.
The role of embodied carbon in cloud emissions
Get a detailed explanation of the scale and sources of Microsoft 365 emissions and what organizations can do to help reduce them.
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