- The “Progress Project” provides technology to address the digital divide in emerging markets. “Nokia Life Tools,” developed with the Indian government and local enterprises, uses mobile phones to facilitate access to information and education for Indians without Internet access.
- Excludes conflict minerals (e.g., tantalum, cobalt, tin) from its products, and requires suppliers to source tantalum, a rare metallic element, from socially and environmentally responsible suppliers.
- Is a member of the Global e-Sustainability Initiative and participates in the Supply Chain Working Group.
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