Ultra-green across the value chain

Ultra-green across the value chain

Salesforce has achieved carbon neutrality across its full value chain and has moved to 100% renewable energy for its operations.

“Climate change is one of the most pressing crises we face as a planet, and each one of us has a responsibility to help,” says Marc Benioff, CEO and chair of Salesforce. “I’m proud that Salesforce is one of the few companies to have achieved net zero and 100% renewable energy, but we can’t stop until we embrace every solution and get every business on board. Together, we can sequester 100 gigatonnes of carbon by restoring, conserving or growing one trillion trees; energise an ecopreneur revolution to develop innovative climate solutions; and accelerate the Fortune 1 000 to reach net zero.”

Salesforce expands net zero to its entire value chain

Salesforce is continuing to drive towards a 1,5°C future by focusing on six sustainability priorities: emissions reduction, carbon removal, a trillion trees and ecosystem restoration, education and mobilisation, innovation, as well as regulation and policy.

The company has also released its Climate Action Plan to offer a blueprint for others to accelerate their journey to net zero.

“We need bold and urgent action if we are to deliver the promise of Paris [Climate Accord] and a healthier, cleaner, more resilient zero-carbon world in time. Salesforce has shown significant leadership in climate action through its innovation, supply chain decarbonisation and policy advocacy work, and I encourage businesses around the world to step up now and join us in the Race to Zero emissions,” Nigel Topping, high level climate champion for COP26, points out.

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