Every policymaker can be a catalyst for action on climate change and other sustainability issues by advancing policies that are good for people and for the planet. At Autodesk, we participate in public policy debate to advance innovation, sustainability, and economic growth.
In March 2017, our then co-CEOs released a statement in response to the U.S. administration’s proposed budget cuts to climate and environmental programs. They followed this with another statement in June 2017 to reiterate our commitment to the Paris Agreement. Autodesk’s Vice President of Sustainability also responded, affirming that Autodesk is more committed than ever to helping our customers design, build, and manufacture net positive climate solutions. See more policy actions Autodesk has taken in our FY17 Sustainability Report.
REPORTS AND DISCLOSURES
Autodesk is committed to improving our sustainable business practices while delivering products and services that enable sustainability, as well as communicating our progress transparently.
We published our first Sustainability Report in 2008 and will continue to communicate our goals and commitments in all fiscal years moving forward.