Rewriting the Future: Sustainability
- The time to shape our collective success in the post-pandemic future is now.
- As part of a “Rewriting the Future” video series, Samsung employees share their views on how to address the vulnerabilities that have been presented and examine the opportunities that lie ahead.
- “We’re recycling 100 million-plus pounds of e-waste each year in the U.S. We’re looking to expand consumer trade-in programs like our Certified Pre-Owned smartphones,” - Chris Kaasmann, E-Commerce Operations.
While we navigate the stop-start nature of the COVID-19 pandemic recovery, U.S. consumer confidence and business optimism continues to strengthen and is rebounding sharply. The time to shape our collective success in the post-pandemic future is now. Foresight in this moment calls for a rewrite of the future by both addressing the vulnerabilities that have been presented in the last 17 months and examining the opportunities that lie ahead. As part of a multi-part video series, Samsung employees across business areas are sharing their views on the future of sustainability, diversity & inclusion (D&I), and innovation, among other topics.
On the topic of sustainability, confronting the climate crisis was critical before COVID-19. Now, it’s become an even greater priority. Here’s what our employees have to say about how we’re reducing the environmental impact of Samsung’s operations and supply chain, empowering consumers to make socially conscious decisions, and creating bold innovations that are powering our sustainability journey.