Huawei embraces role to build a better connected world in 2015 Sustainability Report


Huawei has launched its 2015 Sustainability Report entitled ‘Connecting the Future’ which sets out its contribution during the past year to the fight against global climate change, new initiatives to address the digital divide, the company’s responsibility to maintain the stability and security of telecommunications networks, and its work in supporting the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals.

Huawei has been optimising its efforts in sustainable development and aims to integrate sustainability firmly across the company so that it is aligned with corporate business strategies, as Mr. Tao explains, “Business growth is not our only goal, as we are equally committed to fulfilling our corporate social responsibilities and pursuing sustainable development. We hope to join hands with our partners to build a harmonious business environment and create a Better Connected World,” said Mr. Tao.

Huawei’s role is to responsibly build a Better Connected World by fulfilling its sustainability vision and working closely with industry partners to – bridge the digital divide and promote the harmonious and sustainable development of the economy, the environment, and society.

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