Commitment to the environment

Commitment to the environment

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NTT DATA EMEAL is committed to promoting environmental sustainability and to protecting the environment by actions that favour the conservation of natural ecosystems and the active fight against climate change.

Environmental commitment projects

Sustainable Digital Cleanup

Click, Delete and Save the Planet!

Digital waste clearing project to raise awareness about the responsible use of technology and contribute to reducing the global carbon footprint.

  • 755 kg CO2
    • Eliminated
  • 3021 GB
    • Deleted
  • 289
    • Participants

Pro bono for ‘Ocean Alive’ (Portugal)

Project to evaluate the business procedures of Ocean Alive, the portuguese cooperative dedicated to protecting the oceans.

  • 4
    • Employees assigned to the project
  • 412
    • Dedicated hours
  • € 16,000
    • Pro bono value

Beach cleaning (Spain)

Actions on the coasts of Alicante and Mallorca to conserve marine ecosystems.

  • 56
    • Volunteers

Pro bono for ANP|WWF (Portugal)

Awareness campaign to draw attention to the need to protect the planet's fauna diversity.

  • 6
    • Employees assigned to the project
  • 92
    • Dedicated hours

Reforestation in Izta Popo and La Patiña (Mexico)

Reforestation campaign in the forest reserve of the Izta Pop and La Patiña National Park, a Natural Protected Area of the municipality of León Guanajuato.

  • 100
    • Volunteers from NTT DATA Mexico
  • 1000
    • Trees planted

Participation in ‘Greenify.work’ (DACH)

Participation in the pilot at the University of Koblenz-Landau (Germany) that investigates whether employees are motivated to adopt sustainable behaviours.

  • 53
    • Volunteers
  • +16,500
    • Litres of water saved
  • +69
    • Kg less waste
  • +11,200
    • kWh of energy saved
  • +10
    • Tons of CO2 avoided

CO2Sink (Italy)

Cloud-based intelligent forestry platform and the most precise scientific methodologies and technologies (AI, IoT, Blockchain) to measure and monitor the carbon stored in forests.