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Launched in 2014, the Autodesk Foundation is the first of its kind to support people and organisations using design to create a better world.
More than 200 million students, educators and institutions were provided access to Autodesk software with no fee.
3,000 employees participated in a virtual race around the world that encouraged physical activity and team building.
27% fewer greenhouse gas emissions than FY2009, on track with our C-FACT reduction target.
27% of global electricity consumption from renewable sources. We have now committed to powering our business with 100% renewable energy.
17,500 hours and $929,000 donated by employees in volunteer time and money to nonprofit organisations, which Autodesk boosted with $901,000 in matching funds.
19 LEED certifications, covering 32% of our total real-estate square footage.
200 million sustainable design education course hours completed since 2013.
$6.8 Million worth of software donated through our Technology Impact Programme to support nonprofit organisations using design to solve epic challenges.
Autodesk is committed to improving our sustainable business practices while delivering products and services that enable sustainability and to communicating our progress transparently.
The CDP S&P 500 Climate Performance and Climate Disclosure Leadership Indexes and the Supplier Climate Performance Leadership Index include Autodesk.
DJSI World Index and DJSI North America Index included Autodesk for the 6th consecutive year.
FTSE4Good Index Series included Autodesk for the 7th consecutive year.
Maplecroft Climate Innovation Indexes rates Autodesk #10 out of 360 top US companies.
US EPA recognises Autodesk among leading green power purchasers.
Fortune magazine ranked Autodesk #52 of “100 Best Companies to Work For.”