DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The “Telecom Operators’ Carbon Neutrality Strategies Worldwide” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.
The dramatic escalation of climate change has triggered decisive actions and strategies across all sectors, with the telecommunications industry taking a proactive stance towards environmental sustainability.
This recently published comprehensive review provides analysis of the climate strategies adopted by six prominent telecom operators around the globe. This research unveils how these operators align with the arduous objectives set forth by the Paris Agreement and the varied approaches implemented to reach carbon neutrality.
The report details the concept of carbon neutrality, expounds regulations, and lays out an array of strategies, including emission reductions, emissions avoidance, and enhancement of carbon sinks to achieve commendable sustainability targets. It serves as a point of reference for stakeholders who aspire to understand the contemporary landscape of telecom industry efforts toward environmental conservation and climate action.
The research dissects and compares the distinct climate strategies of six global operators: Orange, Telefónica, Deutsche Telekom, Vodafone, Etisalat, and Ooredoo.
The in-depth analysis provides valuable insights into their current practices and future commitments, offering a clear perspective on the opportunities and challenges that these operators encounter as they strive for environmental stewardship within a competitive global landscape.
Answering key questions, the report discusses:
- The essence of carbon neutrality and the existing regulatory framework
- The spectrum of strategies for attaining carbon neutrality, including reductions in emissions, avoidance strategies, and leveraging natural carbon sinks
- The elaborate climate strategies of the six scrutinized telecom operators
Key Topics Covered:
1. Executive summary and main conclusions
2.1. Global warming and greenhouse gas emissions
- GHG emissions continue to rise
- A goal of carbon neutrality to halt unquestionable global warming
2.2. Regulations and use of the term “carbon neutrality”
- Targets and regulations at several levels
- What is carbon neutrality?
- “Carbon neutrality”: a term to be used with caution
3. Strategies for achieving carbon neutrality
- The Net Zero Initiative methodology
- Reducing emissions specific to operators: the Greenhouse Gas Protocol, or Bilan Carbone
- Reducing operators’ own emissions: what trajectory?
- Avoided emissions
- Reducing emissions outside its scope of activity: avoided emissions
- Increase in absorbed emissions
4. The operators’ climate strategy: Orange, Telefonica, Deutsche Telekom, Vodafone
- The environmental impact of digital companies
- The role of digital technology in decarbonisation
4.1. Operator emissions reduction strategy
- Emissions avoided by operators – Operators’ opinions
- Telefonica : Scope covered – Reduction trajectory
- Vodafone : Scope covered – Reduction trajectory
- Orange : Scope covered – Reduction trajectory
- Deutsche Telekom : Scope covered – Reduction trajectory
- Etisalat : Scope covered – Reduction trajectory
- Ooredoo : Scope covered – Reduction trajectory
4.2. Operators’ current regenerative projects
- Increasing carbon sinks: Telefonica – Orange – Etisalat – Ooredoo
For more information about this report visit https://www.researchandmarkets.com/r/f3dl1c
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