Emma Stewart leads Autodesk’s efforts to make sustainable design easy, insightful, and cost-effective for its millions of engineering and design customers. She also teaches “intrapreneurship” for sustainability at UC Berkeley’s Haas School of Business. In 2009, Stewart founded Autodesk’s Sustainable Design Living Lab program, which uses Autodesk facilities as a testing ground for new software to rapidly green existing buildings. In 2008, she founded its Sustainable Operations program, which was named best in class by the Carbon Disclosure Project. She codeveloped Autodesk’s C-FACT methodology (a corporate finance approach to climate-stabilizing targets), an open-source, science-driven, business-friendly approach to greenhouse gas target-setting. Previously, Stewart founded and directed the Environmental R&D Division at BSR, where her team designed corporate initiatives to analyze and adapt to horizon issues such as payments for ecosystem services, water footprinting, carbon offsets and trading, voluntary supply chain standards, and sustainable product design.