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Helping people make a better world for generations to come
We’re on the cusp of an unprecedented opportunity. With rapid population growth and accelerated urbanization, it’s estimated that worldwide energy demand will double by 2050, requiring more productive use of energy and materials. Autodesk is empowering designers and makers around the globe to create a sustainable future with us.
At Autodesk, sustainability is about creating technology that improves energy and material productivity. It’s about supporting innovators through grants, software donations, and training. And it’s about leading by example with our own operations, advancing sustainability business practices, and supporting every employee to make a positive impact.
Empowering people to design, collaborate, build, and fabricate in ways that improve productivity – while also reducing waste, saving money, and staying competitive – is the goal behind our sustainable design technology. Our software harnesses the power of automation to achieve business and sustainability goals.
Through financial grants, software donations, technical training, and more, we support many of the entrepreneurs and innovators on the front lines of solving today’s most pressing social and environmental challenges.
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We power our buildings, data centers, and cloud services with 100% renewable energy. We’ve reduced our GHG emissions by 43% since 2009. Beginning in fiscal year 2021, we set a new target to make our entire business climate neutral. When it comes to sustainable business practices, we set ambitious goals and work with our customers and partners to meet them.
Photograph by Ben Rahn/A-Frame Inc.
We’re committed to building a diverse and inclusive culture where employees feel empowered to improve the reality around us through their work. We are equally resolved to inspire and enable the people using our technology to design and make things that will improve our collective future.
In just 6 months, the UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR) created a refugee settlement in Bangladesh for 600,000 Rohingya Muslims fleeing persecution in Myanmar.
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After opening the world’s first LEED Platinum-certified winery in Napa Valley in 2008, this family business opened a second green winery in 2018 in Sonoma County.
Image courtesy of Silver Oak Winery
Myanmar-based nonprofit offers pumps, collapsible PVC tanks, and other affordable products that help improve quality of life and boost incomes of rural farmers.
Image courtesy of Proximity Designs