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Swisscom’s contribution to the SDGs

In addition to the ex­pec­ta­tions of stake­hold­ers and Swiss legislation, the United Nations Agenda 2030 with its 17 Sus­tain­able De­vel­op­ment Goals defines the framework of our Sus­tain­abil­ity Strategy.

SDG   Swisscom’s contribution to the SDGs   Further in­for­ma­tion
SDG3   Promote the health of Swisscom employees through oc­cu­pa­tional health management.   ● Work stress and resilience
● Oc­cu­pa­tional health and safety in the workplace
Goal: maintain or reduce absenteeism rate.
SDG4   Promote the populations’ media skills.   ● Youth media protection and promoting media skills
Goal: By 2025, we will be helping 2 million people per year
to use digital media.
SDG4   Contribution to the educational landscape in Switzer­land by providing free Internet access for schools.   ● Responsibility towards society; education policy
SDG5   As a contribution to diversity and gender equality, we are advancing the proportion of women in management and at the upper CEA levels.   ● Diversity and equal op­por­tu­ni­ties
Goal: Increase diversity among employees,
measured by gender distribution.
SDG7   Swisscom makes its contribution through specific mea­sures to boost energy efficiency and climate protection.   ● Climate protection and energy efficiency
Goal: Net zero by 2025 across the entire value chain.
Reduction of energy con­sump­tion by 20%: By 2030, Swisscom
wants to reduce its energy con­sump­tion by 20% compared to
today, despite increasing data volumes.
SDG8   Swisscom offers attractive jobs and working conditions. Swisscom’s in­vest­ments in network and in­fra­struc­ture are a significant direct and indirect contribution to enhancing Switzer­land as a place to do business. Swisscom is committed to fair and safe working conditions in its supply chains.   ● Employees
● Net­work expansion and in­fra­struc­ture
●Fair supply chains
Goal: Coverage of Switzer­land with fixed ultra-fast broad­band.
SDG9   Swisscom operates and maintains a reliable, high-per­for­mance ICT in­fra­struc­ture. Swisscom invests around CHF 1.6 bil­lion annually in expansion of the network.   ● Ready for Switzer­land (network and in­fra­struc­ture)
● Basic service provision
● climate protection solutions for our cus­tomers
Goal: Coverage of Switzer­land with fixed ultra-fast broad­band.
SDG11   Expansion of the portfolio of sustainable services, especially in the area of IoT and Smart City.   ● Climate protection solutions for our cus­tomers
Goal: Positive CO2 contribution: Reduction of CO2 emissions
by 1 million tonnes each year by 2025.
SDG12   Expansion of the sustainable portfolio for B2C and B2B cus­tomers. By promoting reuse offerings, Swisscom is making a valuable contribution to the circular economy.   ● Climate protection solutions for our cus­tomers
● Circular economy in practice
Goal: Positive CO2 contribution: Reduction of CO2 emissions
by 1 million tonnes each year by 2025.
SDG13   Expansion of the portfolio of sustainable services for reducing CO2.   ● Climate protection solutions for our cus­tomers
Goal: Positive CO2 contribution: Reduction of CO2 emissions
by 1 million tonnes each year by 2025.
SDG13   Swisscom makes its contribution through mea­sures to boost energy efficiency and climate protection within the framework of the sustainability strategy.   ● Climate protection and energy efficiency
Goal: Net zero by 2025 across the entire value chain.
Reduction of energy con­sump­tion by 20%: By 2030, Swisscom
wants to reduce its energy con­sump­tion by 20% compared to
today, despite increasing data volumes.