Salesforce Net Zero Cloud

Salesforce Net Zero Cloud

Salesforce created Net Zero Cloud to help businesses – across all industries and of any size – easily track, analyze, and report reliable environmental data, and get actionable insights to take meaningful climate action. Net Zero Cloud transforms a complex process of carbon accounting that could take months into one that takes just weeks. It sounds new but the platform has been around for a while. It was previously called Sustainability Cloud, which has years of development and usage to properly reflect carbon accounting.

The key features are:

  • Carbon Footprint Forecast: Organizations can find the quickest path to net-zero carbon emissions by using ‘what-if’ analysis to visualize progress and alignment with their climate action commitments.
  • Science-Based Objectives: Establishing goals that are consistent with science-based objectives and tracking progress toward those goals.
  • Supplier Management: Track scope 3 emissions throughout the full value chain and assist suppliers and distributors in reducing emissions.
  • Data Management: Organizations can upload and track hazardous and non-hazardous waste management data and treatment methods such as landfilled, composted or combustion in one place.

The NetZero Cloud and the Salesforce platform provide a central location for data, which can produce detailed dashboards for Scope 1, 2, and 3 emissions in addition to waste management.

For those unfamiliar with Scope 3 emissions, they are the result of activities from assets not owned or controlled by the reporting organization, but that the organization indirectly impacts in its value chain. Scope 3 emissions include all sources not within an organization’s scope 1 and 2 boundary. The scope 3 emissions for one organization are the scope 1 and 2 emissions of another organization. Scope 3 emissions, also referred to as value chain emissions, often represent the majority of an organization’s total GHG emissions and fall within 15 reporting categories. Scope 3 emission sources include emissions both upstream and downstream of the organization’s activities.

As you can understand, integration and data migration are a key component to a successful Net Zero Cloud implementation. That’s where Two21 can help.


See Net Zero Cloud

Gain actionable insights on your carbon accounting. Here’s a link to the official demo (it’s a bit old but should be updated at Dreamforce):


A sample org demo is at 


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