Orange, from COP21 to COP26
COP23 chaired by Fiji Islands was held in Bonn from 6 to 17 November. Two years after Paris Agreement, the director of the United Nations Environment Program (UNEP) is worried about global climate action: " Governments, private sector, civil society must bridge this catastrophic gap ". The urgency is there: the climate change that was a threat to future generations has become a reality for ours. The time is now up for action. For its part, in its sector of the telecom industry, Orange has been conducting a proactive environmental policy for more than 10 years.
As part of the UN initiatives, within the ITU (International Telecommunication Union) or the non-governmental actors platform of the Global Climate Action Agenda, and of course in all sectors of its activity, Orange is totally committed to the energy and ecological transition. At COP21 in Paris in 2015, and in Marrakech the following year, we announced and reaffirmed ambitious targets for reducing our CO2 emissions and integrating the circular economy into our organization and processes. With the 2020 COP26 in mind, where we will have to report on the achievement of our objectives, this COP23 is an opportunity to take stock of some of our actions. Project review.
Impact of climate risks on companies: the case of Orange
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The circular economy: a virtuous circle
On 24 October 2017, the French Ministry for the Ecological and Social Transition announced the start of work on a roadmap for the circular economy, slated for release in March 2018. (…) read
Greenhouse Gas Emissions: total transparency
The first step in reducing our carbon footprint is to be exemplary when accounting for our greenhouse gas emissions. To that end, our Group updates the inventory of its greenhouse gas emissions every year. (…) read
Digital technology: the saviour of biology?
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CREA Mont-Blanc and Orange recognised by the United Nations for their action on climate change
Committed to understanding climate change and its impact on biodiversity for over 20 years, CREA Mont Blanc (Research Centre for Alpine Ecosystems) has now been recognised by the United Nations during COP 23 (…) read
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