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By adopting advanced connectivity along with edge cloud, analytics and AI technologies, organizations can harness the exponential potential of networks to build a sustainable future.
ESG is a driver of value creation, new business models and new revenue streams for our customers. We have seen a positive relationship between ESG strategies and financial metrics.
For businesses, digital technologies can reduce energy consumption and carbon emissions, reduce waste and improve the efficiencies of supply chains, while societies can connect the unconnected and achieve greater civic participation and inclusion. The benefits will be lead to enhanced productivity while addressing the environmental and social challenges that face our planet.
Explore our articles on environmental and social issues
Sustainability is the top benefit of the metaverse at work
Our recent ‘Metaverse at work’ research, in partnership with EY, saw sustainability consistently called out as the greatest benefit to businesses. Discover how this translates…
The hidden value in your waste
From repairing old products to enabling new business models, discover how the circular economy can deliver exponential potential for business and society.
How connectivity and advanced tech can help solve the energy crisis
Nokia looks at six approaches to tackling the energy crisis using connectivity and advanced tech.
A sustainable future must include women: four places to close the gender gap
Women make up 50% of the population but are under-represented in STEM education, careers and leadership. How can we ensure socio-economic gender parity?
Ways to overcome the seven fault lines of the digital divide
How to overcome the seven fault lines of the digital divide in the digital economy: location, income, gender, age, ethnicity, physical ability and education.
Six ways MWC will herald the metaverse
GSMA has built MWC 2022 around six themes. We look at what each one means for today, tomorrow, and for the much-hyped Metaverse.
Listen to what leading industry figures have to say about ESG
Closing the digital divide in rural America
Shirley Bloomfield, CEO of NTCA, talks about how to make rural America thrive
Telecom SaaS for ESG
Nokia's Maria Azada discusses how Software as a Service can support ESG goals
Circular ambition for a sustainable world
Isaura De Albuquerque, Director of Global Procurement and Supply Chain at Orange, tells us creating momentum in a Circular Economy collaboration is key
Inclusion is the solution
Stephen Frost, Founder and CEO of Included, challenges us all to reframe Diversity & Inclusion as cost effective way to drive business success
Climate justice with microgrids
Marilyn Waite discusses how microgrids can help tackle fuel poverty
Communications as the third grid
Hear from Nokia’s Liana Jo Ault who is building plans for the next evolution of energy consumption.
The evolution of the microgrid
Dr. Thomas Hillig, founder of THEngergy, builds the case for microgrids, when, where and how to use them.
Macro impact of microgrids
Leslie Labruto, director of the Marshall Impact Accelerator at the London School of Economics, describes how microgrids can be a force for good.
UN approach to women in tech
Mardia Niehaus explains why breaking the glass ceiling starts at the ground floor and how our future depends on it.
The metaverse and the future of work
Bernard Marr – prepares us for the future of work – discussing what role the metaverse will play
Insights from a female tech pioneer
Hear Bell Labs Chief Technology Partner and 2020 Ada Lovelace Honoree as a “pioneering software engineer” in telecommunications technology, Anne Lee talk women in tech.
Closing the digital divide across Belgium
Hear Madam Petra De Sutter, deputy Prime Minister of Belgium, discuss digital initiatives taking place across the country.
Read our blogs on sustainability
AI solutions look to create a sustainable future
How Cloud Packet Core meets three top telco priorities
How long will 25G PON provide enough bandwidth?
Energy efficiency takes center stage
Six reasons to remove the drive tests for field performance measurement
Technically certified partners align at Nokia TechSquad
The ROI behind private wireless and industrial edge revealed
Nokia as the role model for leading 3GPP standardization
Digital Design for Energy Efficiency saves 20 percent of network energy consumption
Google Cloud Partner of the Year: second year in a row
5G and cloud at the nexus between digital transformation and Industry 4.0
Designing broadband equipment for maximum eco-sustainability
Watch our Real Action video series
Experts investigate green, local energy
789 million people are without access to electricity and millions more lack reliable access.
Microgrids are part of the solution and use advanced connectivity and digital services to make renewable energy more accessible and affordable at a community level. In our second Real Action: Green, local energy video series, industry experts explore how microgrids could provide an answer to supplying green, local energy. Their Introductory Guide presents all the linked decisions that communities will need to consider to obtain sustainable, reliable energy supply by deploying microgrids.
Finding smart ways to feed the world
We throw away 900 million tons of food every year. But according to the UN, two billion people face food poverty and hunger.
While the world produces enough food to feed the current population, over-production and supply chain issues lead to huge amounts of waste. Digital, precision farming technologies, such IoT, sensors, drones, machine learning (ML) and artificial intelligence could increase yields on existing farmland and reduce waste in the farm-to-fork supply chain. We explore these solutions in our first Real Action video series.
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