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Calculate your cloud footprint

Estimate your carbon emissions related to using Microsoft cloud services—including Azure and Microsoft 365—and make more data-driven decisions about cloud usage.

Cloud carbon tracking for your path to net zero

Using Power BI template apps and consistent, third party–validated carbon accounting, the Emissions Impact Dashboard for Azure and the Emissions Impact Dashboard for Microsoft 365 (now in preview) help you measure your Microsoft Cloud–based emissions and estimate emissions avoided by using the cloud.

Gain transparency into the carbon impact of your cloud usage

  • Track direct and indirect greenhouse gas emissions related to your cloud usage.
  • Understand your emissions avoided over time through our datacenter efficiency.
  • Easily share your findings, shown in CO2-equivalent metric tons, through cloud data export.
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Emissions savings in the Emissions Impact Dashboard for Microsoft 365

Estimate emissions that you’ve avoided

Calculate the emissions your organization has already avoided by moving on-premises workloads to the Microsoft Cloud.

Setting a new standard for Scope 3 emissions transparency

Scope 3 value chain emissions often represent the largest part of an organization’s carbon footprint. Explore our methodology for calculating Microsoft Scope 3 emissions and providing those insights to you through the Emissions Impact Dashboard.
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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.

Track emissions data across your operations and value chain

Discover Microsoft Sustainability Manager—an extensible Microsoft Cloud for Sustainability solution that unifies data to help you record, report, and reduce your emissions. This solution includes direct connections to the Emissions Impact Dashboard.

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