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LEADING Sustainability

Moving from pledges to real action, focused on practicalities to accelerate global climate action.

This month, COP27 brings together leaders from around the world to “jointly enhance and accelerate the implementation of climate action and follow up on our collective commitments and pledges.”  This means moving on from the commitments, from Rio 1992 to Glasgow 2021, to substantive outcomes through emissions reduction, scaled-up adaptation efforts and enhanced flows of appropriate finance.

Making this happen requires bold and rapid collective action. That’s why, at Capgemini, we’re focused on developing and implementing solutions that are practical but also ambitious, using our in-depth knowledge of fast-changing technologies, plus a proven track record of leading sustainable transformation for many industries. Leveraging the multiplier effect of sustainability, innovation, and people – through data, technologies, and engineering – our focus is to work collaboratively to achieve a low carbon and sustainable world.  

We believe it’s important to raise these issues openly and share our collective thinking to help organizations become more ambitious and act decisively.  Capgemini is present at COP27, to demonstrate our commitment and share our insights, including a new report from the Capgemini Research Institute with a timely analysis of sustainability trends within business. Capgemini executives will also be on stage at the partner event, World Climate Summit, contributing to the debate, including CEO Aiman EzzatCyril Garcia and Courtney Holm (13-14 November 2022).

COP27’s ambition makes it clear that the time for talk is over. Instead it’s time to move rapidly towards full, timely, inclusive, and at-scale action on the ground. Here we’re sharing our insights on how to tackle sustainability challenges – we’re ready to help organizations take that leap forward with practical and concrete steps, to ensure that we get the future we all want.

The future starts now.

“a sustainable future is achievable only with deep collaboration with our clients, suppliers, and other stakeholders.”

Aiman Ezzat, CEO


    A sustainable future calls for collective action, bolder leadership, and smarter technologies. Swipe for more.

    A sustainable future

    To find lasting, meaningful solutions, leading leading voices from business, academia, and government must come together.

    Towards social sustainability

    The past few years have revealed the fragility of social systems across the globe.

    The journey to net zero

    Pressure mounts for financial institutions to take action on ESG initiatives.

    Energizing our sustainable future on our road to net zero

    The scale and urgency of the global climate crisis demands new thinking and a significant ramping up of effort

    CEO Climate Alliance to world leaders

    Over 90 CEOs and all members of the Alliance of CEO Climate Leaders are committed to reducing emissions by more than 1Gt annually by 2030.

      Climate and technology


        The circular economy can significantly contribute to sustainable development and reduce the pressure on finite resources. Swipe for more.

        A circular economy for plastics

        A driver for business competitiveness and environmental improvement

        Reflect, rethink, reconsider: why food waste is everybody’s problem

        Being a significant emitter of greenhouse gases, food loss continues to be a major problem across the lifecycle of food.

        An impact measurement tool

        A tool to measure the results of Red Electrica’s Circular Economy Roadmap.

        Capgemini Invent

          Sustainability and energy


            Putting the citizen at the center of smart city initiatives and aiming for “zero” territories – zero waste, zero congestion, zero emissions. Swipe for more.

            Capgemini achieves sustainability milestone

            Offices in Maharashtra now operate on 100% renewable energy

            Data, cities and citizens

            Rebooting the city operating system to correlate data and democracy.

            The sustainability impact of cars

            Value created for cities, property developers,companies and consumers.

                GREENING IT

                Technology leaves an indelible mark on the environment. But if it is to lead us towards the future we want, it cannot leave too deep a carbon footprint. Swipe for more.

                Sustainable IT

                Enterprise IT accounts for a significant part of organizations carbon footprint. Are organizations focusing enough on making it sustainable?

                Going above and beyond

                Sustainability is becoming an increasingly challenging topic for the automotive industry

                It’s time for a green revolution of your organization’s IT

                Article from Gunnar Menzel, CTIO, North & Central Europe.

                  Sustainability through a sector lens