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From designing a more efficient cloud infrastructure to addressing the environmental impact of our facilities, we continually work to improve our environmental performance. Our commitments, approach, policies and performance demonstrate these corporate sustainability efforts.
We use renewable energy to run our cloud services and offices.
With an internal price on carbon, we meet our greenhouse gas reduction target.
We integrate sustainable design capabilities into our products and services.
In collaboration with our suppliers, business partners and customers, we employ best practices that promote social and environmental responsibility at all levels and improve our direct impact on people and the planet.
Our environmental policy underpins our efforts within our own operations, with our suppliers and business partners, and in support of our customers’ efforts to improve their environmental performance.
We are proud to share our recent progress in sustainable business operations.
Reduced GHG emission footprint by 38% compared to fiscal year 2009.
Acquired 100% of facility and data centre electricity from renewable sources.
Expanded our capabilities to improve the energy use in our buildings.
We use 100% renewable energy for our cloud services and minimise our energy use through server virtualisation, efficient equipment and streamlined code.
Our property portfolio runs on 100% renewable energy and we have 16 Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED®) certifications representing 31% of our total square footage.
Our largest conferences, Autodesk University and One Team Conference, are carbon neutral. We strive to enhance efficiency, offer virtual attendance options and reduce waste at all gatherings.
We reduce the impact of travel through virtual meetings, partner education and a green rating system for hotels. We also include sustainability expectations in our standard meeting contracts.
The Human Rights Campaign ranked Autodesk one of the best places to work for LGBTQ equality.
This ethical investment index series included Autodesk for the eighth consecutive year.
Fortune magazine ranked Autodesk #52 of ‘100 Best Companies to Work For’ in 2017.