Alstom aims to be the reference in high tech solutions for energy and transport, shaping a sustainable future for the planet.
Our challenge is to provide energy and transport infrastructures which combine economic development, social progress and respect for the environment.
Through innovation and excellence in project execution, we design the reliable solutions our customers need to meet this challenge. We will establish a leadership position in our fields by creating sustainable competitive advantages. Through responsible growth, we generate value for our shareholders and opportunities for our people and business partners.
To strengthen our commitment to the environment, Alstom has teamed up with a number of leading bodies working to promote corporate involvement in overall sustainable development such as:
- the Global Compact : encouraging companies to commit to a set of key values spanning human rights, labour standards, environmental protection and non-corrupt business practices.
- the World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD), comprised of 190 international companies, specifically within the working group on “Water and Energy”.
- the Alliance for Clean Technology Innovation and dissemination;
- the Sustainable Development Charter drawn up by the International Association of Public Transport (UITP).
- the International Emission Trading Association (IETA),
- the Prince of Wales's Corporate Leaders Group on Climate Change and EU Corporate Leaders Group on Climate Change
- The Australia-based Global Carbon Capture and Storage
- The Climate Group, an organisation that works internationally to bring together governments and businesses to reduce emissions and accelerate the implementation of clean technologies