Xerox Named to Corporate Knights’ 100 Most Sustainable Corporations List for Third Consecutive Year
Xerox’s commitment to innovating for a better tomorrow has earned the company recognition as one of this year’s Corporate Knights’ Global 100 most sustainable corporations in the world. For the third consecutive year, Xerox made the list that continues to be one of the world’s most valued and transparent rules-based sustainability ranking.
“At Xerox, our priority is to enable a better future for our people, our communities, and the planet. This continued recognition by Corporate Knights is a testament to our ability to deliver on this promise and continue pushing forward to achieve our sustainability and social responsibility objectives,” said Michele Cahn, vice president of Global Government Affairs, Sustainability, Citizenship & Compliance at Xerox. “We are making inroads toward our accelerated goal of reaching net zero by 2040 and continuing to be at the forefront on delivering solutions such as CareAR and best-in-class energy efficient products that enable Xerox and our customers to advance sustainability efforts.”
Coming in at 36 puts Xerox ahead of nearly 7,000 other large companies assessed by Corporate Knights, which considers factors like clean revenue from products, waste reduction, carbon use, and energy intensity.
Learn more about Xerox’s corporate social responsibility efforts in our most recent Corporate Social Responsibility report.
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