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Step 1: Take note of your carbon emissions
Start by categorizing your emissions. Once you’ve broken down the different types of emissions your organization produces, focus on where you can make the biggest impact. See how the Microsoft Sustainability Calculator can help you understand your footprint.
Step 2: Evaluate vendors, partners, and providers
Review who works with you and provides services. Ask them about steps they’re taking to reduce carbon emissions and investments they’re making in renewable resources. Partner with companies that share your sustainability values.
Step 3: Create an incentive for teams to reduce carbon usage
A great way to do this is to charge groups a carbon fee based on their footprints. This helps keep everyone responsible for the company’s carbon impact.
Step 4: Enlist employee support
Look to employees for innovative ideas and support. Often employees will share your vision for reducing the organization’s carbon impact on the environment—and they have in-depth understanding of the day-to-day actions within your organization.