Orange is one of the world’s leading telecommunications operators with a retail presence in 26 countries and is also a leading global provider of IT and telecommunication services to multinational companies. The Group’s “Engage 2025” strategic plan is guided by social and environmental accountability and aims to reinvent its operator model. While technology can help combat global warming, the company is making every effort to reduce its own carbon footprint and is committed to achieving net zero carbon emissions by 2040, 10 years earlier than the goals of the Paris Agreement and in line with our original ambitions stated in 2015 during the COP21 conference on climate change.

To achieve this goal, Orange is following a strict energy efficiency policy, increasing the consumption of renewable energies, developing the circular economy, and investing in carbon capture solutions in order to offset the residual carbon emissions we will not be able to reduce. In this context, Orange has decided to join the Livelihoods Carbon Fund 3 for its environmental benefits including on biodiversity, and for its social impact.

Learn more about Orange’s environmental commitments.