With the beginning of the year shaken by the global health crisis, the future is still uncertain even now.
Around the world, economies are struggling, accentuating social inequalities, and climate change continues to accelerate. In this context, we believe digital technology can help find solutions to these challenges.
Not only has it been essential in recent months to ensure economic and business continuity, it will also help drive an inclusive and sustainable recovery for a brighter future.
2020, a lesson in resilience
Reading : 4mn
While it’s true the world is facing an exponential health, social and economic crisis, it is also showing our outstanding resilience.
We meet Nicolas Bouzou, economist and professor for the MBA Law & Management programme at Paris II-Assas, and Laurent Bibard, philosopher, sociologist and head of the Edgar Morin Chair on complexity at ESSEC Business School.
Economic recovery and ecological transition: can we have both?
Reading : 4mn
The world has yet to overcome Covid-19 but the next challenge for all countries is to kick-start their economies. With further uncertainty ahead, we ask Yann Arthus-Bertrand, photographer, reporter, director and CEO of GoodPlanet, and Élisabeth Laville, who set up sustainable development consultancy Utopies.
Reading : 2mn
High tech in Africa, a priority for an inclusive and sustainable economy.
An insight from Rebecca Enonchong.
Reading : 3mn
How innovation enables solidarity: spotlight on five start-ups in the Middle East & Africa
Can digital technology help stimulate a recovery?
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The Orange touch
Orange's socio-economic footprint
Discover how digital development (our core business activity) but also our social contributions help create value and wealth across our operating regions and communities.
Reading : 6mn
Discover first-hand stories from three Orange employees