Global consulting firm Capgemini has released its second sustainability offering this year, as part of its dual ambition to become carbon neutral by 2025 and net-zero by 2030.
Developed by Capgemini Invent, the digital innovation, consulting and transformation arm of the group, the Net Zero Strategy offering enables clients to accelerate their path to net zero, Capgemini claims.
“We firmly believe that a sustainable future is achievable only with deep industry-wide collaboration between our clients, partners, suppliers and other stakeholders,” said Cyril Garcia, CEO of Capgemini Invent, group executive board member and CSR sponsor. “The climate crisis demands bold decision-making and collective action, and our Net Zero Strategy offering, powered by data and leading technologies, is designed to put clients on a trajectory that takes them from pledges to action.”
Using science-based targets, Capgemini is collaborating with clients to define their sustainability purpose and climate vision, the group notes. According to Capgemini, this will help them to build an organisational structure and governance, enabling them to achieve their decarbonisation objectives.
One of Germany’s largest energy suppliers, GASAG, has already taken the first step towards the goal of achieving carbon neutrality by 2045 by validating neutrality targets, identifying fields of action, and developing a CO2 Savings Roadmap, potentially reducing a total of approximately 2.5 million tons of CO2.
“Sustainability is our compass,” said Georg Friedrichs, chairman of the board at GASAG AG. “We are aware that many of our current business models are limited, but great entrepreneurial opportunities will arise on the path to climate neutrality. With our expertise and our passion, we can make relevant contributions to a successful energy transition. Capgemini Invent has accompanied us on this journey to a successful CO2 Savings Roadmap.”