Intuit has made a decade-long commitment to surpassing carbon neutrality to positively impact the planet and create a better future for all. Using our 2018 carbon footprint metrics as a baseline, we commit to reducing carbon emissions 50 times over. To achieve our goal, we must look beyond our own operations to solutions for employees, customers, communities and partners.
CMO and GM, Strategic Partner Group, Intuit
“Climate change is one of the biggest problems of our lifetime. It affects all living beings on the planet. If we are going to solve it we must work together to push the boundaries of what is possible. At Intuit, our mission is powering prosperity around the world and it’s directly linked to the health of our planet.”
We are dedicated to helping our 10,600 employees find new ways to be more sustainable at work and at home. We offer a $1,000 wellness benefit that can be used toward sustainability-related expenses, including home solar, electric vehicles, electric bikes, energy efficiency, water conservation, composting systems and more.
Our customers-- individuals, families, self-employed, and small businesses – are the most vulnerable and least resilient to the current and future impacts of climate change. We apply our unique approach to problem-solving and innovation to create new sustainability solutions, especially for our small business customers, which make up half of the U.S. and global economy and are almost exclusively left out of the climate change solution equation.
We work within our Prosperity Hub communities and economically disadvantaged communities to find new sustainability solutions that lower emissions while improving their financial well-being.
Creating solutions that solve for the long-term effects of climate change requires collaboration with strategic partnerships. We work with key partners across the education, financial and small business sectors to amplify our impact. Intuit is the founding member of Drawdown Labs (part of Project Drawdown), a coalition of leading companies committed to next-generation climate leadership that meets the moment of the climate crisis.