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Telling the World’s Climate Story Through Data

The climate emergency is objectively the biggest and most complex challenge our species has ever faced. But it’s about so much more than the environment. Taking climate action is a way to create equality, strengthen the economy, support human health and biodiversity and deliver environmental impact for climate.

Leaders across industries are rising to meet climate issues head on by incorporating ESG (Environmental, Social, and Corporate Governance) into their business. Corporations are setting bold targets, the investor market is demanding climate action and climate transparency; all of this is demonstrated through trusted data. While we've come so far, we still have so far to go. During this session, join Patrick Flynn, VP, Sustainability, Salesforce for insights and perspective on impactful climate action, plus a fireside chat and open Q+A.

Further highlights include:

- Anchoring sustainability into business strategy
- Tracking carbon emissions and energy consumption
- Inspiring Tableau Vizzes that show the world’s carbon footprint

 

About the speaker

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Patrick Flynn

Vice President, Sustainability at Salesforce

Patrick Flynn is the Head of Sustainability for Salesforce, the global leader in customer relationship management (CRM), where he defines and leads the execution of Salesforce’s climate strategy to create a more sustainable and equitable future for all.

His portfolio includes the company’s commitments to deliver a carbon neutral cloud to customers, operate as a Net Zero operations company, drive towards 100% renewable energy, guide sustainable real estate decisions, engage suppliers with Salesforce’s Science Based Target, advocate for climate policies that facilitate a global transition to a 1.5°C future, enable customers to use Salesforce technology to analyze their carbon emissions, disclose environmental data in financial and ESG disclosures, and scale investments in natural based solutions like forests and oceans.

Patrick got the bug for sustainability early in his career as a mechanical engineer, when he did systems designs for high-rise commercial and residential buildings. This led to positions in clean tech investing and eventually to his current role at Salesforce.

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