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Prioritizing sustainable business practices

At Autodesk, we treat our business operations as a living lab for collaborating, iterating, and impact modeling. Our employees help drive the design-led revolution that is underway. We support them by fostering a culture of ethical behavior and respect, and expect the highest integrity in our interactions with each other, our customers, and our suppliers and business partners.

Greening Autodesk University
See how we integrate sustainability into one of our largest annual conferences.

Reducing GHG emissions
Learn how we work to decrease greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions across our value chain.

Engaging our employees
Learn how we support the employees who drive our ongoing success.

Sustainability Report

Autodesk is committed to improving our sustainable business practices while delivering products and services that enable sustainability.

Case Studies

Autodesk sustainable business practices: Sustainable office space in Singapore

Award-winning office
Aedas Interiors used Autodesk BIM solutions to design our Singapore office, one of the country’s most environmentally friendly office spaces.

Sustainable business: Build it anew, and better, in San Francisco

LEED-certified office
Our San Francisco office received LEED Platinum Certification for Commercial Interiors.

Sustainable business practices on display in the Autodesk data center upgrade

Reduced load
In late 2011, Autodesk completed a major data center upgrade, achieving a 62% reduction in power usage.

Awards and honors

The CDP 500 S&P Carbon Performance and Disclosure Leadership Indexes include Autodesk.

Maplecroft Climate Innovation Inedexes rates Autodesk #10 out of 360 top US companies.

DJSI World Index and DJSI North America Index included Autodesk for the fifth consecutive year.

U.S. EPA recognizes Autodesk among leading green power purchasers.

FTSE4Good Index Series included Autodesk for the sixth consecutive year.

FORTUNE Magazine ranked Autodesk #70 of “100 Best companies to work For”.