Since 2002, we’ve consistently reported on corporate responsibility, and each year we build upon our transparency and coverage of issues. On this page, you can browse and download our reports, going back to 2003.
The Nokia People & Planet report 2013 covers the key ethical, socio-economic and envi-ronmental issues most relevant to Nokia’s business and stakeholders during the fiscal year 2013, including also the Devices & Services business substantially all of which was acquired by Microsoft on April 25, 2014.
Summary of the Nokia People & Planet Report 2013 covers our approach to sustainability and the focus areas, and reports our progress against the targets we had set for ourselves.
Further details about the activities mentioned in the summary can be found in the full Nokia People & Planet Report 2013.
Nokia Networks publishes its own sustainability report.
Integrating and indexing our reports
Since 2008, we have incorporated corporate responsibility and sustainability reporting within Nokia’s official annual report that is filed to the Securities and Exchange Commission in the United States, known as the Form 20-F.
We made this change because, for us, corporate responsibility issues are not separate from other key corporate information – also because the data provided in Form 20-F goes through a stringent verification and auditing process.
Nokia uses the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) guidelines, which help us to achieve reporting compatibility with other organisations.
Our selected key sustainability indicators have been assured by an independent third party, PricewaterhouseCoopers Oy (Nokia’s statutory auditor).
United Nations Global Compact
Nokia is committed to the principles of the United Nations Global Compact and has been a signatory and member since The Global Compact’s inception.
Today, we are an active member of the Global Compact signatories, and we participate in the Global Compact Supply Chain Advisory Group and the Nordic network.
In our People & Planet report 2013 and annual report Form 20-F for 2013 we have sought to review progress on our activities and programs that support the ten principles of the Global Compact in the area of human rights, labor standards, the environment, and working against corruption.