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Fortinet to become carbon neutral by 2030 and completes net-zero Sunnyvale campus

Fortinet to become carbon neutral by 2030 and completes net-zero Sunnyvale campus

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Fortinet takes concrete action on environmental sustainability and commits to transparent disclosure on its contribution to climate change mitigation.

Fortinet, a global leader in cybersecurity solutions, has announced its environmental sustainability commitment to become carbon neutral by 2030, and the completion of its new net-zero Sunnyvale headquarter campus in California.

In alignment with the Science-Based Target Initiative (SBTi) methodology and global efforts to reduce carbon emissions, Fortinet will become carbon-neutral by 2030 through the use of renewable energy, energy and carbon efficiency methodologies, and emissions offset programs across its owned operations globally, including offices, warehouses and data centers.

Currently, Fortinet has measured its Scope 1 and 2 emissions and will capture the inventory of its Scope 3 emissions in 2022. This information will be disclosed in Fortinet’s first sustainability report to be published by mid-2022.

Ken Xie, Founder, Chairman of the Board and CEO at Fortinet, said: “Fortinet has led every evolution of cybersecurity innovation over the past two decades. Innovation that drives environmental sustainability is also core to our efforts to making the world a safe and sustainable place to live and work.

“We believe it is our corporate responsibility to continue to reduce the environmental footprint of our products and continue to adopt responsible approaches in our daily operations. The announcement of our 2030 net-zero target and our new net-zero corporate headquarters are concrete proof points of our commitment.” 

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