Our corporate sustainability strategy
Schneider Electric Net-Zero commitment
Schneider Electric biodiversity pledge
We commit to no net biodiversity loss in our operations by 2030 to preserve natural ecosystems and resources.
Our 6 long-term commitments
Featured blogs and white papers
Circularity at Schneider Electric
Take a look at highlights on how Schneider is leading circularity aiming for a more positive impact.
Guide to assessing product sustainability
Action for a fair energy transition at COP28
Teaming up for a sustainable future through digital innovation and electrification for net-zero at COP28.
Three transformations drive our climate action
Three ways to expand EU taxonomy
The 2030 imperative
Four steps to decarbonization
Pure air to fight climate change
No more biodiversity loss
Focus on short-term measures
All generations matter
Our Sustainability Research Institute’s latest modeling
Towards net-zero buildings
A framework toward net-zero Buildings to accelerate the investment needed to deliver a greener urban built environment.
Guide to sustainability metrics for data centers
This framework proposes categories and metrics for Beginning, Advanced, and Leading data center operators.
Back to 2050
Cracking the energy efficiency case in buildings
Electric vehicle smart charging in buildings
Realizing the potential of customer-sited solar
Urban transformations: integrated energy solutions
Building heat decarbonization
Digital economy and climate impact
Fit for 55 package
Beyond the scope of climate pledges
Engaging our supply chain on The Zero Carbon Project
2030 United Nations Agenda for Sustainable Development
Schneider Electric operates with the conviction that human well-being comes first. Therefore, we believe that decent wage and development opportunities enable employees within the company and communities around it to live a fulfilling life and thrive.
We place human health and well-being at the core of our actions. Food is a basic need and a necessity for livelihood. Underserved populations are at the margin of society, and we know we all have a part to play to protect their livelihood.