In a session during Adaptation and Agriculture Day at COP27 in Egypt, the International Finance Corporation (IFC) and Microsoft through its Africa Transformation Office (ATO) showcased their partnership to support digital transformation in Africa’s agriculture sector.
Microsoft South Africa and Nedbank, one of the largest financial services groups in Africa, have joined forces to build a financial-sector-led sustainability capability for Africa.
Microsoft, in partnership with Tomorrow.io, the world leader in Weather and Climate Security, today announced a partnership to support governments, businesses, and farmers in Africa to adapt to the growing impact of climate change.
World and business leaders are facing pressing climate issues as they gather in Egypt for COP27. At Microsoft, we see these days ahead as an opportunity to engage in important discussions and take steps toward solutions.
Thousands of companies around the world have issued climate pledges – but globally, we don’t currently have the workforce with the necessary skills to move from pledges to progress
When you combine the untapped potential of a rapidly evolving renewable energy landscape, a growing youth population and thriving entrepreneurial scene, it’s clear MEA has an important role to play in innovating a way out of the climate crisis.
Teams users can now plant trees, track them through satellite mapping, view pictures of the trees and farmers looking after them, and even chat with their chatbot powered trees, to improve their overall wellbeing, all without leaving Teams.
14 September 2022; Cairo, Egypt: Today, Microsoft, together with Egypt’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced its role as Strategic Technology Partner and Principal Sponsor of the 27th United Nations Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP27).
Doha, 17 October 2022 – Microsoft, Qatar Foundation’s Earthna Center for a Sustainable Future, and DLA Piper, one of the largest law firms in the world, launched the ‘Technology for Sustainability Alliance’ during Qatar Sustainability Week.
Farmers around the globe may cultivate different crops and apply distinct growing techniques, but they all have a keen knowledge of weather and how it can lead to a boom or bust harvest.
It wasn’t long ago conservationists made the grim prediction that the mountain gorillas living in Central and East Africa would be extinct by the end of the 20th century. Against the odds, studies now show their numbers are on the rise.
Hidden in the mountains of southwest Morocco, where the dry, hot desert meets the sea, a group of Berber women have mastered the art of capturing the fog that rolls in off the ocean and ‘turning’ it into water.