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Net zero by 2040

Vodafone is committed to net zero for our own operations by 2030, and for our full carbon footprint by 2040

Our 2030 carbon reduction targets have been approved by the Science Based Targets initiative as in line with reductions required to keep warming to 1.5°C, the most ambitious goal of the Paris Agreement.

By 2030, Vodafone will eliminate all carbon emissions from its own activities and from energy it purchases and uses (Scope 1 and 2). We will also halve carbon emissions from Scope 3 sources, including joint ventures, all supply chain purchases, the use of products it has sold and business travel.

By 2040, Vodafone will have eliminated Scope 3 emissions completely - bringing forward by ten years Vodafone’s original 2050 ambition to reach net zero across our full carbon footprint.

2025

2025

2027

Germany 2025 net zero own emissions

Italy 2025 net zero own emissions

UK 2027 net zero own emissions

Our goal

Vodafone is committed to achieving net zero emissions across its full value chain by 2040.

The path to net zero

We’ve committed to reducing our total global carbon emissions to net zero by 2040. Here’s how we’re going to do it…

2021

European network powered by 100% renewable electricity

2025

All network waste reused, sold or recycled

100% of the electricity used by our networks from renewable sources

2030

Carbon emissions eliminated from :
  • Our own activities

  • The electricity we purchase and use

Carbon emissions halved from:
  • Our supply chain

  • Business travel

  • Our joint ventures

  • The use of products we have sold

Enable corporate customers to reduce their emissions by 350 million tCO2e between 2020 and 2030

2040

Carbon emissions eliminated from :
  • Our own activities

  • The electricity we purchase and use

How we are going to meet our net zero target

<strong>Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) Report 2021</strong>

Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) Report 2021

We recognise that climate change poses a number of physical and transition-related risks and opportunities for our business. As part of our commitment to operate ethically and sustainably, we are dedicated to understanding climate-related risks and opportunities and embedding responses to these into our business strategy and operations. Information on our work to date on climate-related risks and opportunities, as well as further plans as we continue the TCFD programme can be found in our first standalone TCFD report.

Our strategy in action

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Contribution to the UN Sustainable Development Goals

We aim to build a inclusive and sustainable digital society. Through our connectivity and digital innovations (SDG 9) and through our partnerships (SDG 17) we can accelerate and scale delivery across multiple SDGs.

UN SDG 13

Take urgent action to combat climate change and its impacts

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