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Bonn, Germany — Deutsche Telekom aims for climate neutrality by 2040, focusing on reducing emissions and promoting digital inclusion.

The company has made progress in lowering CO2 emissions and energy consumption, emphasizing sustainability and transparency. Initiatives include recycling mobile devices, promoting digital literacy, and supporting a circular economy.

The new climate-transition plan lays out a roadmap for companies to reach net-zero emissions, meaning they aim to balance out the greenhouse gases they produce with those they remove from the environment. It focuses on key areas like cutting down power usage from networks, switching to cleaner fuels for vehicle fleets, reducing energy consumption in buildings, tackling emissions from suppliers’ production processes, and improving the efficiency and lifespan of products for customers.

By addressing these factors, companies can take practical steps towards meeting their climate goals and making a positive impact on the environment.

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By Lisa Luckas

Lisa Luckas is a Sr. Business News Editor at Nobot.News.

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