Connect with us
Apply Now


Businesses Must Be More Proactive to be Sustainable and Achieve Net Zero Carbon Emissions

To be successful in today’s market, businesses need to become sustainable and net zero. Sustainable practices can help companies reduce their environmental impact while becoming net-zero means that the company produces an equal amount of the renewable energy it consumes. 

Businesses are responsible for being good stewards of the environment and operating sustainably. This is the right thing to do, and it’s also good for the bottom line. Net-zero businesses produce no more greenhouse gas emissions than they can offset through energy efficiency measures and renewable energy sources. 

According to Contino’s cloud net-zero infographic, there are many benefits to becoming a net-zero business, including reducing carbon footprint, improving public image, and saving money on energy costs. Going green can also save companies money in the long run, so there are many reasons to make the switch.

Although becoming a sustainable and net-zero business may seem daunting, it is essential for the future of our planet. These practices are not only good for the environment, but they can also save companies money in the long run. Here, we will explore some of the benefits of sustainability and net-zero operations for businesses.

Benefits of sustainability and net-zero operations for businesses

There are many benefits of sustainability and net-zero operations for businesses. Some ‌benefits include:

Carbon footprint reduction

Businesses have a responsibility to reduce their carbon footprint and become more sustainable. The most obvious way to do this is by using renewable energy sources and energy efficiency measures.

EDF, the UK’s largest low-carbon electricity provider, has formed a partnership with Amazon Web Services to help reduce the global carbon footprint by designing services and solutions for customers to achieve net-zero electricity generation, becoming a world leader in net-zero electricity generation, and acting as an international agent of change in this energy transition.

Reducing, reusing, and recycling

To be sustainable, businesses need to reduce their waste, reuse what they can, and recycle the rest. This includes everything from packaging to office furniture.

Companies can often avoid using single-use items altogether for packaging. If that’s not possible, they should look for ways to recycle or compost their packaging.

Building sustainable and green practices through reducing, reusing, and recycling technology investments can give accurate measures to lessen one’s ecological effect, now and in the future, as part of a company’s journey to the cloud.

Boost visibility

Being a sustainable and net-zero business can improve your company’s visibility. In today’s world, consumers are interested in companies doing their part to be environmentally friendly.

By becoming a sustainable and net-zero company, you can show the world that you’re committed to protecting the environment. This can help improve your brand image and reputation, leading to more customers and sales.

With their net-zero initiatives, leading energy and cloud suppliers like EDF and AWS can provide sustainable platforms for businesses, allowing them to construct a transparent supply chain with improved insight into their end-to-end carbon footprint.

A sustainable future digitally

A sustainable future is only possible with the help of digital technologies. Digitalization can help businesses be more efficient and use resources more responsibly.

It can also help connect people and businesses to work together towards a common goal by using digital technology to improve our processes and make our planet a better place.

Building sustainable cloud operation is critical for organizations to develop a sustainable digital fabric for the future, with public cloud spending expected to climb 21.7% to $482 billion in 2022.

Creating long-term enterprises in the cloud

In order to be genuinely sustainable, businesses need to think about the long term and how they can reduce their impact on the environment.

The cloud can help businesses be more efficient and use resources more responsibly. Moving to the cloud is one way to create a long-term enterprise that can help make the planet a better place.

The cloud can also help businesses be more agile and responsive to change. It can also help businesses save money on energy costs. Going green can also save companies money in the long run.

By working with AWS and Amazon (the world’s largest corporate consumer of renewable energy and co-founder of the Climate Pledge), businesses can create sustainable enterprises in the cloud. AWS will look for the cloud’s long-term viability (Shared Sustainability Model).

3.6 times more energy-saving

AWS is 3.6 times more energy-efficient than an on-premises data center and can help organizations save up to 88% on their carbon emissions using AWS’s ongoing innovation and sustainable offerings.


Businesses need to be sustainable and net-zero if they want to survive in the long run. This means looking at all aspects of their operations–from energy use and waste management to transportation and employee commuting–and making changes where necessary to minimize the company’s environmental impact.

The goal of sustainability is to meet the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs. To achieve this, businesses need to operate in a way that does not damage or deplete natural resources and instead conserves and replenishes them. They also need to minimize waste and pollution and prevent or mitigate the effects of climate change.


Continue Reading

Copyright © 2022 Disrupt ™ Magazine is a Minority Owned Privately Held Company - Disrupt ™ was founder by Puerto Rican serial entrepreneur and philanthropist Tony Delgado who is on a mission to transform Latin America using the power of education and entrepreneurship.

Disrupt ™ Magazine
151 Calle San Francisco
Suite 200
San Juan, Puerto Rico, 00901

Opinions expressed by Disrupt Contributors are their own. Disrupt Magazine invites voices from many diverse walks of life to share their perspectives on our contributor platform. We are big believers in freedom of speech and while we do enforce our community guidelines, we do not actively censor stories on our platform because we want to give our contributors the freedom to express their opinions. Articles are not commissioned by our editorial team, and opinions expressed by our community contributors do not reflect the opinions of Disrupt or its employees.
We are committed to fighting the spread of misinformation online so if you feel an article on our platform goes against our community guidelines or contains false information, we do encourage you to report it. We need your help to fight the spread of misinformation. For more information please visit our Contributor Guidelines available here.

Disrupt ™ is the voice of latino entrepreneurs around the world. We are part of a movement to increase diversity in the technology industry and we are focused on using entrepreneurship to grow new economies in underserved communities both here in Puerto Rico and throughout Latin America. We enable millennials to become what they want to become in life by learning new skills and leveraging the power of the digital economy. We are living proof that all you need to succeed in this new economy is a landing page and a dream. Disrupt tells the stories of the world top entrepreneurs, developers, creators, and digital marketers and help empower them to teach others the skills they used to grow their careers, chase their passions and create financial freedom for themselves, their families, and their lives, all while living out their true purpose. We recognize the fact that most young people are opting to skip college in exchange for entrepreneurship and real-life experience. Disrupt Magazine was designed to give the world a taste of that.