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Our reporting approach and ESG disclosures

December 18, 2023

The core of our growth strategy is delivering 360° value to our clients, people, shareholders, partners and communities by helping them continuously reinvent. To drive change for our clients, and for our business, we work across a spectrum of ESG priorities—and help our stakeholders do the same—contributing to the creation of a more sustainable world for all.

We believe that accountability and transparency build trust. Our 360° Value Report 2023 presents a comprehensive, detailed view of our goals, progress and performance across six vital dimensions of value—Client, Talent, Inclusion & Diversity, Experience, Sustainability and Financial—during fiscal 2023 (ended August 31, 2023), unless otherwise noted.

The 360° Value Reporting Experience captures the full spectrum of our commitments, our actions at Accenture and in our communities, and the change we make in collaboration with our clients and partners.

Evolving our reporting

We continually take steps to strengthen our reporting approach through ongoing stakeholder engagement and voluntary adherence to global non-financial reporting standards.

We report against three ESG reporting frameworks—the Sustainability Accounting Standards Board (SASB), the Task Force on Climate-Related Financial Disclosure (TCFD) and the World Economic Forum International Business Council (WEF IBC) metrics—while continuing to align with the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) Standards, the Ten Principles of the UNGC and CDP. In addition, we continue to build on our long-standing partnership with the UNGC and our commitment to the SDGs.

As reporting standards continue to evolve, we are well positioned to report against standards issued by the International Sustainability Standards Board of the International Financial Reporting Standards Foundation.

Our disclosures

Learn more about our progress across the areas below.

Accenture’s progress on key non-financial indicators:

Accenture’s Conflict Minerals Report:

We have a strong commitment to environmental sustainability in how we operate our business, and we hold ourselves accountable to clear and measurable objectives. In October 2023, we received approval from the Science Based Targets initiative for our new, near-term emissions reduction target aligned to 2030, and in fiscal 2024 we plan to set a new long-term science-based target. We continue to work toward our goal of net-zero emissions by 2025 by first focusing on reductions across our Scope 1, 2, and 3 emissions and then removing any remaining emissions through nature-based carbon removal projects. At the end of fiscal 2023, our nature-based carbon removal portfolio included projects in Indonesia, the Philippines, the United Kingdom and the United States (outside the state of California). Carbon credits were not applied to offset any of our total reported emissions for fiscal 2023.   

We make various statements on this website and the reports, press releases, and other documents provided thereon that relate to our environmental initiatives and greenhouse gas emissions. Such statements can be identified by references to emission and carbon reductions or initiatives and similar environmental goals. Information supporting these statements, including third-party limited assurance of our greenhouse gas emissions, is available in our disclosures (including archived reports) on this webpage. 

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