Monday, December 14, 2009

Microsoft Delivers New Climate Change Tools

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As world leaders gather in Copenhagen to tackle climate change, Microsoft is releasing technology that helps individuals manage their environmental impact.

On December 13 during the United Nations 15th Climate Change Conference (COP15), the European Environmental Agency (EEA) unveiled two new Microsoft-powered applications: the Environmental Atlas of Europe, a digital platform for educating citizens about climate change; and Bend the Trend, an online global program that helps people make pledges to reduce their carbon emissions.

Microsoft Delivers New Climate Change Tools: At the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen, the European Environmental Agency unveiled two new Microsoft-powered applications designed to help people manage their environmental footprint.

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