Microsoft intends to be water positive by 2030, replenishing more water than they use.
WD News: The World Resources Institute (WRI) projects that under a business-as-usual scenario, the world will face a 56% freshwater deficit by 2030, placing urgent pressure on businesses to rethink the way water resources are managed.
Ecolab and Microsoft have extended their collaboration with the aim to help organisations accelerate their sustainability progress with enhanced visibility of water consumption data.
“By partnering with Microsoft and using our joint water data capabilities, we can help companies achieve their climate and business goals all at once,” said Christophe Beck, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Ecolab.
“We are combining the power of Microsoft’s Cloud for Sustainability and Ecolab’s digital platform capabilities to help organisations better monitor and manage their water data and accelerate their sustainability goals,” said Judson Althoff, Executive Vice President and Chief Commercial Officer at Microsoft.
Source & image courtesy: Ecolab