Amazon launched the climate last year Pledge) proposed that signature companies need to commit to achieve the goal of the Paris Agreement 10 years in advance, that is, 2040 < / P > < p > more and more enterprises have signed the “climate commitment”. On Wednesday, Microsoft officially joined the ranks, and 12 enterprises including Unilever, Coca Cola’s European partner and ATOS were also joined. Microsoft has also committed itself to many of its own goals. It has been committed to ensuring “carbon neutral” since 2012, and has set a target of eliminating all historical carbon emissions by 2050. The company joined the “climate commitment” to promote cooperation between companies to reduce carbon emissions in an all-round way. Lucas Joppa, Microsoft’s chief environmental officer, said: < / P > < p > “no single company or organization can address the climate crisis in a meaningful way on its own. This will require a positive approach, new innovative technologies and a strong commitment to cooperation between industries and sectors of the economy. By joining the climate commitment community and working together, we will be able to meet the challenge of curbing our emissions and moving towards a zero emission future. ” < / P > < p > in addition to climate commitment, Amazon recently launched a climate friendly commitment program for its online market. Products that meet certain sustainability certification will be given a “climate friendly commitment” label to prove that they are environmentally friendly purchases. A subset of the plan, “compact by design,” highlights products that use more efficient and compact packaging, making them easier to transport, thereby reducing carbon emissions in the delivery process. Global Tech