Amazon and Global Optimism said 100 more companies have signed The Climate Pledge bringing the total to 300. The move is likely to boost climate change data and make it easier to operationalize sustainability.
New signatories include Maersk, SAP, Weyerhaeuser, Sunrun and Samsung Electronics’ connected car and audio unit Harman.
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The signatories to The Climate Pledge must agree to the measure and report greenhouse gas emissions on a regular basis, implement decarbonization strategies in line with the Paris Agreement via business changes and innovation and neutralize remaining emissions with offsets to achieve net zero annual carbon emissions by 2040.
As more companies sign on to The Climate Pledge, data collection will improve. That improved data collection is likely to enable process mining and execution management to play a larger role in operationalizing sustainability.
Thinking about data holistically and understanding data gaps are the first two steps in operationalizing sustainability, said Janina Nakladal, Director of Sustainability at Celonis.
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