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From Stroll to Sprint

A Race Against Time for Corporate Decarbonization

Coming soon! A new joint research study from Capgemini Invent and non-profit CDP on the progress European companies are making on their path to net zero.

Extreme weather events and soaring energy prices have highlighted the inescapable need for companies to adapt for both climatic and economic reasons. As a result, companies must step up their efforts to reduce Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions to both future-proof their business, protect Europe’s energy sovereignty, and mitigate climate change. This is the only way to secure a better, sustainable future for everyone.

To find out how far European businesses have come in their decarbonization strategies and how much work is left to do, Capgemini Invent has partnered with non-profit CDP in a new joint research study. Leveraging our knowledge and expertise on decarbonization, and quantitative analysis from the CDP’s 2019 and 2022 public data sets, the in-depth analysis unlocks new insights on key questions such as:

  • What trends are emerging in decarbonization transparency and how are organizations adopting science-based targets?
  • Which emission hotspots are proving the biggest challenges and what actions should business take?
  • How are organizations progressing across Scope 1, 2 and 3 emissions reduction?
  • Is renewable energy contributing to decarbonization strategies?
  • Does sustainability action need to be at the expense of competitiveness?

From Stroll to Sprint: A Race Against Time for Corporate Decarbonization

“From 2019 to 2022, the number of companies disclosing to the CDP rose in 16 out of 17 sectors. European companies disclosing publicly to the CDP grew by over 300, a 56% increase compared to 2019.”

Register your interest to receive the report when it is released.

*** Capgemini Invent is a gold-accredited service provider by the CDP for its expertise in Climate change consultancy. The report is written in the context of this partnership, which grants exclusive data access to a limited number of companies.

Meet our experts

Arthur Arrighi de Casanova

Head of Sustainability Futures, Capgemini Invent France
Having graduated from Ecole des Mines de Nancy and ENSTA Paristech, Arthur has over 10 years of experience working within the consulting business. At Capgemini Invent, he has exclusively led Sustainability and Energy Transition engagements, supporting clients in the creation of climate and growth strategies, renewables development, green power sourcing, market analysis, transformational roadmaps, business due-diligence, new business model design, and go-to-market support. In the future, Arthur intends to continue to grow our teams and capabilities to further contribute to our Group’s mission to create a sustainable future.