We’re lucky to have incredible real estate, finance, and facilities teams that aligned with our sustainability goals. Because of these relationships, we were able to reduce carbon intensity by more than one-third in our offices and data centers. Through encouraging a culture of low-carbon commuting for our employees and focusing on why commute choices matter, we were also able to reduce the emissions of the average employee’s commute by more than one-third, too. ‘Another successful step along our road to net-zero emissions was working collaboratively with different areas of the business to put an internal price on carbon. Essentially, we allocate carbon costs across each operational function—for example, our data centers or office buildings—which means they are responsible for their emissions. In the long haul, it creates a financial incentive to make better business decisions based on carbon impacts. We then use those carbon-use funds to invest in renewable energy and carbon offsets to help us meet our goals.’ 48% reduction in carbon intensity per square foot of office space since FY15 48% reduction in carbon intensity per total revenue since FY15 62% reduction in commute and remote work emissions per employee since FY16 50% reduction in data center carbon intensity per subscription revenue since FY15 Source: https://www.workday.com/content/dam/web/en-us/documents/other/workday-2021-global-impact-report.pdf#workday-carbon-intensity-reduction
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