Huawei`s 2014 Sustainability Report

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Huawei`s 2014 Sustainability Report
OUR COMMITMENT AT A GLANCE
HUAWEI’S 2014 SUSTAINABILITY REPORT: FACTS & FIGURES
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SUPPORTING STABLE & SECURE
NETWORK OPERATIONS
PROTECTING THE ENVIRONMENT
Greening the supply chain
CO2
Innovation &
cooperation
emissions reduced
by 53 000+ tonnes
with 20 suppliers
Guaranteeing network availability
Greening
requirements:
Provided services in 150+ major events
part of our supplier
qualification process
Natural disasters > Ludian earthquake in Yunnan, China
Large-scale events > FIFA World Cup, Brazil
Driving the circular economy
Striving for excellence
Launch of the Green Recycling Programme for used phones
2014 Cyber Security Organisation of the Year award
190+ recycling stations in 8 countries
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Leading in eco-design
SEEKING WIN-WIN DEVELOPMENT
Honor 6 Plus:
1st mobile with a product water footprint statement
Investing in people
Hired 75 % of staff outside China locally
Innovation & cooperation with 20 suppliers
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BRIDGING THE DIGITAL DIVIDE
Benchmarking digital transformation
Our Global Connectivity Index (GCI)
Bringing connectivity everywhere
assessed worldwide connectivity
Served nearly 3 billion people
Key finding: + 20% ICT
in 170+ countries worldwide
Investment: + 1 % GDP GROWTH
Nurturing ICT talent
Operated 45 training centres
& trained 10 000+ students
LIVING UP TO OUR COMMITMENT IN EUROPE
A focus on what is needed most
Supporting European talent, investing
in the next generation of ICT leaders
Bridging the skills gap
Boosting entrepreneurship
Provides young Europeans
with e-skills & intercultural competence
Launched in Europe in
2011
Participation so far:
400+ STUDENTS SELECTED
INNOAPPS COMPETITION
Challenged young developers from Europe & China to design mobile apps
Fostered an entrepreneurial mindset
20 EUROPEAN COUNTRIES
Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Denmark, France, Germany,
Greece, Hungary, Italy, the Netherlands, Norway,
Poland, Portugal, Romania, Serbia, Slovenia, Spain,
Sweden, Switzerland, UK, + Ireland (2015)
INNOVATIVE LEADERS OF TOMORROW
IN-PULSE
Promoted innovative projects & internationalisation with China
IN-GENIUS
Leg-up for talented ICT students
Strengthened ties between Huawei & French researchers
Scholarship for top students from leading Hungarian universities
JOINT RESEARCH LAB
IN-TOUCH
1 000 students to benefit from access to next generation wireless technology
Partnership with Lithuanian operator & the University of Vilnius
Helped underprivileged young people find ICT jobs
Building a better connected Europe
Huawei.eu

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