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Environmental sustainability

We’re taking action to address climate change, one of the biggest societal challenge that we’ve faced in generations.

As a responsible business, we’re determined to play a leadership role in ensuring technology creates a sustainable future. We drive internal change across every aspect of our operations, while helping our clients address their own environmental challenges. We also team up with our partners and suppliers, start-ups, policy-makers, governments and academics, to make sustainable progress together aligned to the goals of the Paris Agreement.
We have been committed to managing our resources effectively and cutting our carbon emissions for many years, and were one of the first companies in our sector to have our carbon reduction targets validated by the Science-Based Targets initiative (SBTi). We have a strengthened ambition to achieve a 90% reduction in all carbon emissions across scopes 1,2 and 3 and become a net zero business by 2040. Our new targets have been validated as being in line with the Science Based Target initiative’s (SBTi ) new Corporate Net-Zero Standard. This standard is the world’s first framework for corporate net zero target setting and is in line with the level of reduction needed to limit global warming to 1.5°C.
In December 2022, our leadership position in tackling climate change was again recognized by global environmental non-profit CDP, who positioned us on their prestigious ‘A list’.


Aiman Ezzat, Chief Executive Officer of Capgemini

Our objectives

As part of our Environmental, Social and Governance policy, we have set objectives to:

– Be carbon neutral* for our own operations no later than 2025 and across our supply chain by 2030, and committed to becoming a net zero business by 2040

– Transition to 100% renewable electricity by 2025, and electric vehicles by 2030

– Help our clients to save 10m tons of CO2 eq by 2030

*Our initial objective, as published in our ESG Policy in 2021, was to become net zero well ahead of 2050. Since then, we have refined our net zero targets in line with the Science Based Target initiative’s (SBTi ) new Corporate Net-Zero Standard. Capgemini’s refined net zero targets have been assessed by the SBTi and were approved in July 2022. Our new net zero headline target is to achieve a 90% reduction in carbon emissions across Scopes 1, 2 and 3 by 2040, compared to a baseline of 2019. For more information please refer to Capgemini Environmental Sustainability Report 2021/2022

Progressing on our journey to net zero

The net zero transformation at the scale and pace we have targeted is ambitious. It materially impacts every aspect of the way we operate, from procurement and IT operations to people policies and business models.
We are accelerating our approach to carbon reduction across our key impact areas:

Our road to next zero - Energy : Transition to 100% renewable electricity, Increase the sustainability performance of our offices - Travel : Reduce travel emissions through our low carbon digital delivery model, Transition to an electric fleet, Reduce the impact of the employee commuting - Supply chain : Reduce the carbon impact of our supply chain - Carbon offsets : Neutralise the impacts of residual emissions with carbon removal offsets - Collaborative global framework : Lead globally sustainability, collaborate with clients and partners, empower our people to help create the sustainable future we want.

As a global company, travel, including business travel and commuting, is one of our biggest impacts. We are increasing our virtual collaboration capabilities and digital workplace initiatives while creating a new framework for connecting people, wherever they are. For the travel that remains necessary, we continue to enable people to make lower carbon choices.

We have accelerated the roll-out of a hybrid and electric car fleet and in line with our EV100 commitment are significantly increasing our investment in electric charging points. With company car emissions making up 10% of our business travel emissions before COVID-19, this transition is expected to have a significant impact.

In line with joining the RE100 commitment to renewable electricity, we are rolling out a renewable energy strategy to meet our 2025 target of 100% renewable electricity. We’re also Increasing the sustainability performance of our offices and data centers, intensifying our focus on energy efficiency.

Sustainable businesses need sustainable supply chains. We’re proud to have earned a place again as a leading company on CDP’s 2022 Supplier Engagement Leaderboard for taking steps to raise the level of climate action across our entire value chain.

Our impact

A List
recognition from the CDP for leadership in tackling climate change
of our electricity now comes from renewable sources
Capgemini headcount covered by Global EMS 14001

    Reporting progress

    Every year, we provide a transparent overview of our environmental performance.

    Our environmental policies

    Capgemini’s approach to sustainable business is governed by a set of policies that are regularly updated.

      Expert perspectives

      Leading sustainability

      Check out our latest thought leadership, ideas, and insights on a topic that is shaping the future of business, and society.

        Helping our clients with their sustainability challenges

        Our sustainability framework empowers and supports our clients to speed up each stage of their net zero journey.

          Inside stories

          Meet our experts

          Rebecca Gustafsson

          HR Director Capgemini Norway
          Rebecca Gustafsson is an experienced HR executive and proud sponsor of our D&I initiatives in Capgemini Norway. She is currently undertaking a certification in Diversity Management, by Seema.

          Nina Zimmer

          Head of Communications and CSR Lead Norway
          Nina Zimmer is a socially engaged communication professional with a background in CSR and humanitarian work. Nina is CSR Lead in Capgemini Norway and part of the Nordic CSR Board who drives CSR initiatives within environmental sustainability, digital inclusion and diversity & inclusion to create positive impact for our employees, clients, partners and the broader business community.

          Pernille Krogstad

          Software Tester at Sogeti Norway at pillar head Environmental Sustainability
          Pernille Krogstad is a Software Tester in Capgemini, and is passionate about how software testing can help reduce our carbon footprint. She has been part of Environmental Network in Capgemini since it started in 2019 , where she works with engaging employees in Capgemini Norway to take climate action. This includes organizing different activities and events that contribute to a more sustainable environment, both private and workplace.

          Thomas Benestad

          Manager at Capgemini Invent Norway and OUTfront Spoc
          Thomas has been working in Capgemini Invent for over 5 years and primarily helps our clients accelerate their sustainable transformation through the use of digitalization. Due to his international upbringing and as a proud member of the LGBTQ+ family, Thomas is passionate about improving diversity and inclusion at Capgemini. He leads OUTfront Norway, Capgemini’s internal LGBTQ+ network, with a mission to increase awareness and understanding of LGBTQ+ issues at the workplace to ensure that we can all bring our true selves to work, every day.

          Sofie Elisabeth Johnsen

          Software Engineer Capgemini Norway and pillar head Environmental Sustainability
          Sofie Johnsen is a backend developer within Capgemini’s Microsoft community, who joined Environmental Network in Norway when it was established in 2019. During 2020 Sofie became a co-leader of the environmental group working together with a core team who seeks to share knowledge and engagement among our colleagues on environmental sustainability and climate action.

          Marte Skogly

          HR Business Partner at Capgemini Norway and Women of Capgemini
          Marthe works as HR Business Partner in Capgemini Norway with strategies, processes and policies together with the Management Team. Marthe is an operative member in our internal network, Women@Capgemini, whose ambition is to improving the gender balance where her role is to secure continuity in the group, develop strategies, initiatives and events, and be the connecting link between employees and the management on diversity and inclusion.

          Camilla Berg Gjennestad

          Senior Consultant in Capgemini Invent Norway and D&I Champion
          Camilla works as a Senior Consultant in Capgemini Invent and has been with the company for 2 years. Besides working with clients on large digital transformation programs, she is passionate about diversity and inclusion and has the role as Diversity & Inclusion Champion for Capgemini Norway. Together with HR and management she is responsible for driving the D&I agenda forward and works to increase awareness and knowledge on the topic. Her ambition is to create a workplace where everyone feel welcome and included, regardless of their background

            Our approach to ESG

            Our conviction is that there has never been a better time to leverage technology and human capabilities to tackle environment, social and governance (ESG) challenges.