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Amy Luers has joined Microsoft as the company's Global Lead, Sustainability Science. She posted on LinkedIn what excites her about the role:

(1) Corporate sustainability led by science. Microsoft has committed to operating carbon negative, zero waste,& water positive by 2030. To ensure that corporate strategy continues to be guided by the best science, Lucas Joppa recognized the need for a global #sustainability #science team, which we are building now!

(2) Sustainability science at scale. Climate change, biodiversity loss, pollution, water, health,justice & equity are interconnected and must be understood within a planetary perspective. Our team will work w/science, bussines & policy communities to build knowledge & tools to help tackle these challenges at scale.

(3) Shaping global environmental governance. The digital age is transforming how we monitor & manage the natural world, and is opening opportunities for transforming how we govern for global sustainability. We get to work w/ amazing engineers who are building a “Planetary Computer,” to help operationalize science in support of policy & action.

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