Autodesk’s 5th Sustainability Report: “Sustainability in Action”
By 2050, the world’s rapidly growing population is predicted to reach 9 billion. Already pushing the limits of our planet, the implications are staggering. At Autodesk, important work is being done to fully understand and address the epic challenges that 9 billion people present. Yet there is still much to do.
On April 30, Autodesk launched its fifth sustainability report – “Sustainability in Action”. More than a snapshot of our progress over the past year, the report is a declaration of Autodesk’s commitment to helping people imagine, design and create a better world in which 9 billion people can thrive. Some highlights from our report include the following:
• We reduced our carbon footprint by 8% YOY, or 34% over our base year (FY09) to 56,400 metric tons of carbon dioxide equivalent on target to meet our target set with C-FACT.
• We published a human rights policy describing how we promote human rights among our employees, suppliers and business partners, and our customers.
• Employees logged 6,000 volunteer hours, and donated nearly $282,000 to nonprofits, Autodesk contributed with additional cash matches totaling $256,000.
Download the report and learn more: http://autode.sk/11oew3o
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