Achieving carbon neutrality in digital infrastructure
materials equipment power

Enabling global carbon accounting and reduction in digital infrastructure

The iMasons Climate Accord is a coalition united on carbon reduction in digital infrastructure.

Our mandate is to achieve global carbon accounting of digital infrastructure to influence market-based decisions and drive the industry to achieve carbon neutrality.

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Companies participating in the Climate Accord agree to an open standard and governance to report carbon impact in materials, products, and power across digital infrastructure. Members who join the Movers program can showcase their sustainability initiatives and efforts while contributing valuable data and perspective to the conversation.


Climate Accord progress is made by iMasons Climate Accord members in Working Groups (WGs) worldwide, each with a time-bound mission defined by the Governing Body (GB).


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