Commercial, Energy Efficiency, GHG Emissions - April 11, 2023
Salesforce Plans to Lower Emissions at Offices, Data Centers
Software company Salesforce announced it will develop an action plan to reduce its impacts and dependencies on nature across its value chain including data centers, offices, people, and products by 2025.
The company is participating in the Task Force on Nature-related Financial Disclosures’ pilot phase ahead of its launch later in 2023. Salesforce also announced it will expand on options such as Net Zero Cloud to help its customers increase their sustainability goals.
The company will continue to invest and create partnerships to protect and restore nature, including supporting and mobilizing the conservation, restoration, and growth of 100 million trees by 2030 through 1t.org, and accelerating the Mangrove Breakthrough to restore and protect mangroves at scale.
“For Salesforce, incorporating nature into our decision-making is not only about managing risks and costs, but also about value creation, innovation, and collaboration," said Suzanne DiBianca, EVP & Chief Impact Officer of ESG and Sustainability at Salesforce, in a statement. "We’re excited to bring the full power of Salesforce to our customers, partners, and ecopreneurs so they, too, can be part of shaping a net-zero, nature-positive future.”
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