Tech giant commits to making data centres, air travel and offices meet target by this July.

This article titled “Microsoft to go carbon neutral” was written by Suzanne Goldenberg, US environment correspondent, for guardian.co.uk on Tuesday 8th May 2012 18.50 UTC

Microsoft has committed to going carbon neutral, joining the growing list of tech companies trying to reduce their environmental footprint.

A blog post on the company website said Microsoft would commit to making its data centres, software labs, air travel and office buildings carbon neutral by 1 July, which marks the start of the company's next financial year.

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