Net-Zero Challenge

In keeping with Canada’s national climate targets, Maplesoft Consulting Inc. is pleased to announce our participation in Environment and Climate Change Canada’s Net Zero Challenge (NZC) with the goal of eliminating 100% of carbon emissions by the year 2050. In accordance with this challenge, Maplesoft plans to cut and ultimately eliminate all scope 1 and scope 2 carbon emissions by 2050.


Recognizing the urgent need to address climate change and its far-reaching impacts both locally and abroad, Maplesoft is taking proactive steps to significantly reduce and ultimately eliminate our carbon emissions footprint by 2050. This commitment aligns with the guiding principles of our organization as they relate to environmental sustainability and stewardship. By embracing this goal and participating in the NZC alongside the Canadian Government and other participating businesses, we are aligning ourselves with global efforts to combat climate change and pave the way for a more sustainable future.


  1. Reducing Emissions: Maplesoft will prioritize efforts to reduce our greenhouse gas emissions across our operations. Research will be conducted to identify opportunities to cut emissions in alignment with our 2050 target.
  2. Collaboration and Innovation: We recognize that achieving net zero requires collaboration and innovation. We will actively seek partnerships with like-minded organizations, share best practices, and explore new solutions to support the elimination of carbon emissions by 2050. 
  3. Transparent Reporting and Accountability: We are committed to transparency and accountability in our journey towards net zero. We will regularly monitor and report on our progress, openly sharing our status towards our goal and lessons learned along the way.


This commitment to net zero by 2050 represents a significant milestone in Maplesoft’s sustainability journey. It underscores our unwavering dedication to responsible environmental stewardship and sets a positive example for our peers, partners, and the broader community.