"Sustainability at Telenor is about how we do business. We are committed to all UN Sustainable Development Goals, with specific focus on goal #10 Reduced Inequalities. We want to help unlock the benefits of the digital revolution and demonstrate how more can be achieved with connectivity. We work to raise standards and deliver broader access to our services.
Our people and our culture are instrumental in safeguarding the responsible and sustainable business to which Telenor is committed – both internally and in our supply chain. We fully support the UN Global Compact Principles, and along with our customers and partners, we are well-positioned to help deliver on the UN Sustainable Development Goals."
Nordic CEOs join forces for a sustainable future
(Oslo, 31 October 2018) Today, a group of Nordic-based CEOs announced a joint initiative to speed up the realisation of the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Representatives from the group presented their shared ambitions to Norwegian Prime Minister Erna Solberg during the 70th Nordic Council session in Oslo.
New study highlights mobile’s increasing impact on reaching the UN SDGs
(New York/Fornebu, 25 September 2018) A new GSMA report released today has found that the mobile industry is strengthening its commitment to achieving a better and more sustainable future for all, by demonstrating significant and measurable impact in contributing to the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Telenor Group’s Digital Birth Registration project together with UNICEF and local authorities in Pakistan is highlighted as best practice for contributing to SDG #10, Reduced Inequalities.
Plan International and Telenor Group enter global partnership agreement
(New York/Fornebu, 24 September 2018) Plan International and Telenor Group will enter into a partnership to collaborate on enhancing children and young people’s skills for a digital future. The three-year partnership agreement was officially announced today at a United Nations General Assembly event in New York.