Nokia has been voted into the Top 20 in Interbrand’s Best Global Green Brands – a list of the most environmentally friendly companies across the world.
Hot on the heels of Sustainability Week here at Nokia Connects, this ranking serves to support Nokia’s efforts in making their business greener. Like releasing the eco profiles of the Eco Hero phones, another step in Nokia’s journey to producing more and more sustainable devices. Indeed, the Sustainability Report of 2011 highlighted the massive moves made by the company, and to be included as one of the 20 Greenest brands globally shows that those moves are moves in the right direction.
During our own Sustainability Week here on Nokia Connects a couple of weeks ago, we were focusing on those who are making an effort to make the world a greener place, like our Sustainability Innovator Richard Reynolds, and places like the Eden Project that are helping to maintain fragile ecosystems in places you wouldn’t expect (a jungle in Cornwall, England?!).
What are you doing to be greener? What do you think of Nokia being in the Top 20? Let us know in the comments, or bang out 140 environmentally harmless characters on Twitter.