- 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.
Top 50 Socially Responsible Corporations
These companies have made doing good a big part of their business
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Week in pictures
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Hashtags work overtime on holiday weekend: #checkoutmycottage #areyoujealous
Nigel Wright resigns. Now what?
John Geddes notes a new test of Harper’s tactical acumen
Christy Clark on motherhood, optimism and the plan for the next four years
The B.C. Premier in conversation with Nancy Macdonald
The Coen brothers unplugged
Portrait of a failed folkie lights up Cannes
If I were giving the graduation speech…
Barbara Amiel on what she would say to the Class of 2013
Why full-day kindergarten doesn’t work
Charlie Gillis on the munchkin invasion