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It’s time to tackle climate change

Powering prosperity around the world includes taking care of our planet. We’re committed to being climate-positive, moving beyond minimizing harm toward a more sustainable future.

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Make a commitment to take climate action

Looking ahead to this year’s COP26 conference hosted by the UK government in Scotland this November, Intuit will help small businesses to take the first step toward climate-positivity. In partnership with the UK government, we’re helping them join the United Nations Race to Zero campaign, a commitment to create a zero carbon world by 2050.

Sign the Small and Medium Enterprise (SME) Climate Commitment to take the first step. Browse tools and resources tailored to support your efforts. And get recognized by the United Nations Race to Zero campaign.

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“Climate change is bigger than all of us, and it is critical we all play a part in positively impacting climate change. At Intuit, we’re committed to empowering the small businesses we work with to join us in our efforts to be climate-positive. We applaud the UK Government for leading on this important issue and look forward to working together to build a greener and more sustainable world.”

- Sasan Goodarzi, CEO of Intuit

What this means for small business

Make your day-to-day activities eco-friendly

Intuit is already carbon neutral and wants to help you do the same. Reduce your business’ day-to-day carbon footprint by switching to sustainable business solution providers today.

Small business, big impact

Small businesses account for the majority of businesses worldwide, representing 90% of businesses and more than 50% of employment globally according to the World Bank, and have a critical role to play in combating the negative impacts of climate change. Not only will this help save the planet, studies show a commitment to climate action will have a positive impact on their businesses.

Participate in a Climate-Positive Program

If you are a small business, sign up for early access to Intuit’s climate positive beta program and continue taking steps towards a more sustainable future. You will learn about your business’ environmental impact and specific climate positive solutions that can help both the planet and your bottom line.

Our climate-positive commitment

At Intuit, we’ve committed to being climate-positive, not just by taking care of our own operational footprint, but also by empowering employees, consumers, small businesses, and others to reduce their footprint, too.

Since we achieved carbon neutrality in 2020 for our own operations, we’re looking ahead and committing to reducing carbon emissions by 2 million metric tonnes by 2030—that’s equal to taking 430,000 cars off the road for one year. And we’re empowering others to join us in reducing their impact on the environment.

Learn more about Intuit’s bold goals for climate action

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Sustainable packaging options for small businesses

Building a sustainable supply chain is choosing eco-friendly packaging that won’t end up in a landfill for millions of years.

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How to reevaluate your supply chain for sustainability

Revamping supply chain is easier said than done. Speed of delivery, the cost to you and your customers, and your carbon footprint all need to be considered.

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A small business guide to eco certifications

Getting a green business certification is one way to win their approval and prove that your business is environmentally and socially responsible.

Make your day-to-day activities eco-friendly

Intuit is already carbon neutral and wants to help you do the same. Reduce your business’ day-to-day carbon footprint by switching to sustainable business solution providers today.

Visit the Climate Action Marketplace

Small business, big impact

Small businesses account for the majority of businesses worldwide, representing 90% of businesses and more than 50% of employment globally according to the World Bank, and have a critical role to play in combating the negative impacts of climate change. Not only will this help save the planet, studies show a commitment to climate action will have a positive impact on their businesses.

Find out how your small business can tackle climate change

Participate in a Climate-Positive Program

If you are a small business, sign up for early access to Intuit’s climate positive beta program and continue taking steps towards a more sustainable future. You will learn about your business’ environmental impact and specific climate positive solutions that can help both the planet and your bottom line.

Join the beta