The report highlights how Deutsche Telekom is pursuing its goal of taking a leading role internationally as a responsible company by 2015.

30/5/2012 Deutsche Telekom AG today announced the release of its 2011 Corporate Responsibility Report, which highlights how Deutsche Telekomis pursuing its goal of taking a leading role internationally as a responsible company by 2015.

View the report at:

Highlights from the 2011 Report “We take responsibility”:

  • In addition to the CR Report, Telekom developed the CR application "We care" for the Google Android and Apple iOS smartphone and tablet operating systems. The app includes handy links to the CR Report. More information on the app is available HERE
  • The percentage of shares held by sustainable investors rose once again, going from 11.0 percent in 2009 to 14.4 percent in 2010 and then 15.1 percent in 2011.
  • In 2011, Telekom developed its own strategy for taking its stakeholders' concerns into account. The strategy is based on the three AA1000 principles developed by the NGO AccountAbility: materiality, inclusivity, and responsiveness.
  • More than 1,500 rural regions in Germany that previously had to make do without fast Internet service were equipped with LTE mobile broadband service by the end of 2011.
  • After introducing CO2-saving cloud computing solutions for business customers, Telekom has now been offering IT applications and infrastructures for consumers as well since September 2011.
  • The percentage of female executives at Telekom worldwide has increased from 19 percent at the start of 2010 to 24.7 percent.
  • Some 3,300 young people received the opportunity to start a high-quality career training program with our vocational training and cooperative study program offers in 2011.
  • Telekom did well in important sustainability ratings in the supply chain category in 2011, even gaining slightly in the renowned SAM Rating, at 94 out of 100 points.
  • The fourth Sustainable Procurement Stakeholder Dialog Day, held in Shenzhen, China, was Telekom's first major dialog event outside Europe and the first event of this kind ever held in China.
  • Based on the stringent requirements of Telekom's internal Green Car Policy, the average CO2 emission value for new company cars was reduced from 136 g/km in 2010 to 131 g/km. If Telekom service vehicles are included in the figures, the average CO2 emissions of all new vehicles were lowered even more, to 125 g/km.

In order to better comply with the requirements and preferences of its stakeholders, Deutsche Telekom publishes the report exclusively online for the second time now.

To view the 2011 CR Report and learn more about Deutsche Telekom’s corporate responsibility goals, activities and achievements, visit

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