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Swisscom’s contribution to the SDGs

Our Sus­tain­abil­ity Strategy is an integral part of our corporate strategy (see chapter on “Corporate strategy” in the Annual Report). With this strategy we are making a contribution towards the 17 Sus­tain­able De­vel­op­ment Goals of the United Nations.

SDG   Swisscom’s contribution to the SDGs   Further in­for­ma­tion
SDG3   Promote the health of the population with offers in the area of health care.   ● Offerings in the healthcare sector
Target: Ready for people, Work stress and resilience
SDG3   Promote the health of Swisscom employees through oc­cu­pa­tional health management as well as oc­cu­pa­tional health and safety.   ● Oc­cu­pa­tional health and safety
Target: Ready for people, Diversity and Work stress
and resilience
SDG4   Promote the populations’ media skills.   ● Media protection for minors and promoting media skills
Target: Ready for people, By 2025, Swisscom will enable
annualy 2 million people to improve their digital skills
SDG4   Contribution to the educational landscape in Switzer­land by providing broad­band Internet access for schools.   ● Responsibility towards society; education policy
SDG5   As a contribution to diversity and equality, the goal is to increase the proportion of women in management.   ● Diversity and equal op­por­tu­ni­ties
Target: Ready for people, diversity
SDG7   Contribution to cheaper and cleaner energy with the offer tiko power, tiko Storage and virtual power plant in the sustainable portfolio.   ● For private cus­tomers: smart energy with tiko
● Climate protection solutions for our cus­tomers
SDG7   Swisscom makes its contribution through mea­sures to boost energy efficiency and climate protection within the framework of the sustainability strategy.   ● Energy efficiency and climate protection

SDG8   Swisscom offers attractive jobs and working conditions. Swisscom’s long-term in­vest­ments in network and in­fra­struc­ture are a significant direct and indirect contribution to enhancing Switzer­land as a place to do business. Swisscom contributes to improved working conditions in the supply chains.   ● Recruiting and developing employees
● Ready for Switzer­land
● Fair supply chain
Target: Ready for people, Fair supply chains,
More for Switzer­land, Coverage of Switzer­land with fixed
ultra-fast broad­band
SDG9   Expansion of the network in­fra­struc­ture and the sustainable portfolio. Participation in building up the CO2 sensor network “Carbosense”.   ● Ready for Switzer­land
● Basic service provision
● Climate protection through cus­tomers and portfolio
Target: Ready for Switzer­land, Coverage of Switzer­land with fixed
ultra-fast broad­band
SDG11   Expansion of the portfolio for sustainable services, especially in the area of IoT and Smart City.   ● Climate protection solutions for our cus­tomers
SDG12   By expanding the sustainable portfolio and with initiatives to take back and recycle end devices, Swisscom is making its contribution.   ● Climate protection solutions for our cus­tomers
Circular economy in practice
SDG13   Expansion of the portfolio of sustainable services for reducing CO2.   ● CO2 savings due to ICT services
Target: Ready for the en­vi­ron­ment, Reduction of CO2 emissions
by 500,000 tonnes by 2025
SDG13   Swisscom makes its contribution through mea­sures to boost energy efficiency and climate protection within the framework of the sustainability strategy.   ● Energy efficiency and climate protection
Target: Ready for the en­vi­ron­ment, Reduction of CO2 emissions
by 500,000 tonnes by 2025