While technology can help combat global warming, particularly by reducing travel, Orange is making every effort to reduce the company’s own carbon footprint. Committed to achieving net zero carbon emissions by 2040, 10 years earlier than the objectives set by the rest of the sector, in line with its original ambitions stated in 2015 during the Paris Agreement on climate change.
To achieve this goal, Orange is following a strict energy efficiency policy, increasing its consumption of renewable energies, developing the company’s circular economy and investing in carbon capture solutions to reduce its residual emissions.
The 2025 objectives have been validated for scopes 1, 2 and 3 by the SBTi initiative (Science Based Targets initiative), which is the international scientific expert in the evaluation of companies’ climate targets.
Through 2025, Orange will minimize its impact on the environment and contribute to Group commitment to reducing CO2 emissions by 30% compared to 2015.
- By designing eco-responsible solutions
- adopting a circular economy approach
- and helping customers leverage digital to reduce their own footprints.
Our customers and their needs and expectations are the driving force for our business, processes and value creation.
Sustainable management is crucial to FreeMove Alliance members and partners. Each of our operators are taking action in order to create a greener future. To learn more about our joint efforts, get our latest whitepaper based on an in-depth analysis of 25 countries on:
- Renewable Energy and Carbon Emissions
- Device Recycling and Handset Management
- Sustainable Supply Chain
- Taking sustainability to the next level with 5G