Accurate carbon accounting requires good information from partners, vendors, and suppliers. The Emissions Impact Dashboard gives you transparency on the carbon emissions generated by your usage of Azure and Microsoft Dynamics.

Microsoft’s carbon accounting extends across all three scopes of emissions with a methodology validated by Stanford University in 2018.

It uses consistent and accurate carbon accounting to quantify the impact of Microsoft cloud services on customers’ environmental footprint.

Microsoft is the only cloud provider to provide this level of transparency to customers while compiling reports for voluntary or statutory reporting requirements.

Use the Emissions Impact Dashboard to gain visibility into your organization’s carbon emissions related to Microsoft cloud services usage.

Use consistent and accurate carbon accounting to track greenhouse gas emissions associated with using Azure and other Microsoft cloud services.

Optimize decision-making by comparing actual cloud usage with emissions avoided over time through Microsoft datacenter efficiency.

Estimate further emissions reductions through moving additional apps and services to the cloud.

Data for your organization’s carbon accounting

Gain visibility using a carbon reporting dashboard to understand greenhouse gas emissions associated with your cloud usage.

Learn the root cause of emissions changes by tracking actual and avoided emissions over time.

Measure the environmental impact of Microsoft cloud services on your carbon footprint with consistent and accurate carbon accounting.

Calculate how to further reduce emissions by moving additional applications and services to the cloud.

Microsoft’s emissions reports are determined via a methodology that was validated by Stanford University in 2018 which aligns to ISO standards for measuring greenhouse gas emissions. These calculations are inclusive of Microsoft’s scopes 1, 2, and 3, which means that they include emissions from Microsoft’s extended network of vendors and suppliers.

Reports reflect Microsoft’s investments in renewables as well as the fuel energy mix in the regions where your computing takes place alongside other factors.

Get access now

Access to the Emissions Impact Dashboard will require your EA enrollment number or Billing Account ID, and admin access. It may take up to 24 hours to connect and calculate your data after credential validation.

The Emissions Impact Dashboard runs on Power BI Pro. Get the Power BI Pro free trial.

To explore solutions and resources to help you reach your sustainability goals visit Microsoft’s Sustainability site.

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