Huawei has announced its commitment to minimise its environmental impact in production, operations, and throughout the lifecycles of its products and services. The move is to align with the Paris Agreement support the UN Sustainable Development Goals
Speaking at ELEVATE’s virtual conference on January 20, Huawei Corporate Senior Vice President and Director of the Board, Catherine Chen said that Asia Pacific (APAC) exhibits a collective appeal for new ICT infrastructure, an integrated approach to sustainable and inclusive development, and renewed optimism for green economic models.
“I am fully confident in not only our ability to drive technology forward, but also in the global community’s ability and determination to build a harmonious relationship with nature. As a part of our commitment to innovative technology for a better planet, we aim to save resources and drive industries to build a low-carbon society,” she added.
The event articulated the challenges and opportunities of a post Covid-19 recovery consistent with the pressing demands of climate change and other environmental issues.
“It envisaged a green growth agenda being possible through committed partnerships between governments, businesses and civil society organizations,” Senior Advisor of ELEVATE, Richard Welford said.
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