By Jim Lynch
November 2021 is a watershed moment for increasing global collaboration to preserve our planet. The 26th UN Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP26) is underway in Glasgow with government officials and private sector leaders discussing accelerated action to meet and exceed the legally binding targets of the Paris Agreement.Stephanie Siow
By Amy Bunszel , Executive Vice President, Architecture, Engineering and Construction Design Solutions
A fictional cityscape showing digital transformation and connected data across the architecture, engineering and construction (AEC) industry.
The next few weeks offer opportunity for a historic step forward in combatting climate change if Congress and governments at the UN Climate Conference COP26 seize the moment and take bold action.Stephanie Siow
By Debbie Clifford, Chief Financial Officer
Autodesk is in business to enable a better world designed and made for all.
Customers across our industries rely on Autodesk to help solve challenges big and small. This presents a profound and urgent opportunity; we can empower innovators with technology to harness their data and unlock insights to fuel innovation and create new paths to efficiency,Stephanie Siow
By Ben Thompson
In August this year, the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) released the first chapter of its Sixth Assessment Report (AR6). With input from hundreds of thousands of scientists, the report is widely considered the authority on the future of climate change.Stephanie Siow
Autodesk launches its first sustainability bond
Autodesk backs climate action at UN Climate Conference COP26