Delivering positive solutions for environmental issues, managing our own impacts and supporting clients
“Capgemini has had a decade long focus on reducing environmental impacts and whilst much has been achieved to date, we are now announcing our increased ambition. I have put acting on climate change at the heart of our Group priorities with a focal point of our ambitious target of net zero by 2030.”
Aiman Ezzat, CEO
How will we reach our new ambition?
Our ambition to be net zero by 2030 is a significant step on our journey. As one of the first in our sector to set science-based targets, we are proud of our commitment to taking bold action on climate change, and earlier this year we achieved a place on the CDP’s prestigious A list in recognition for our approach and impact.
We are also committed to helping our clients drive down their carbon emissions with a target to help clients save 10 million carbon tonnes by 2030. Find out more here.
Read our report – The Sustainable Business Revolution to find out why and how business must play a part in a sustainable future.
Architects of Positive Futures
Environmental Sustainability is core to our Architects of Positive Futures strategy. Discover how we bring innovation to all and how our people contribute to making a positive impact.
Managing our resources: our key impact areas
We are now committed to setting a 1.5°C science-based target and to a net zero emissions pathway. Our CEO Aiman Ezzat recently signed a joint statement, together with over 150 global business leaders, calling for global collaboration to reimagine a better future grounded in bold climate action. We are founder member of the UNFCCC Champions for Climate Action’s new Race to Zero campaign.
|Find out how we have achieved a 22% reduction in travel emissions per head since 2015||Find out how we are driving down energy consumption and how we achieved a 19.8% reduction in total energy use since 2015.||Find out how we’re closing the loop on waste and how we have achieved a 25% reduction in waste generated per employee since 2015.|