According to recent research on the topic of large Croatian companies reporting on negative impacts on the climate, the awareness of the importance of recognizing, removing and reporting on the risks of negative impacts on the climate has not been raised sufficiently.Even though the results of the research are not encouraging and we hope that they will improve soon, we are proud that the research has shown that Ericsson Nikola Tesla Group is the only large company in Croatia which takes an overall look at the risks posed by negative impacts on the climate which arise from its activities and is also the absolute leader in reporting on the risks of negative impacts on the climate.
The Management Board and Leadership Team of Ericsson Nikola Tesla made a decision to donate HRK 400,000 to the account that the Government of the Republic of Croatia opened with the aim of collecting aid to repair the damage caused by earthquakes in the towns of Petrinja, Sisak and Glina and other towns and municipalities struck by devastating earthquakes.
The year currently approaching its close has been marked by a prolonged fight with the novel corona virus that completely changed our lives and our ways of living. The greatest burden in opposition to this „invisible enemy“ is on those who have been on the first line of defence – our doctors, nurses and other medical and non-medical personnel in the healthcare system who have been putting in extra efforts to treat those infected with the virus. Therefore, we decided to donate HRK 400,000 to the healthcare system and to those in need.
Perceptions and actions around climate and the role of ICT in living sustainably. Representing the views of 900 million people in 12 countries, this study focuses on the attitudes of consumers towards sustainability challenges and how technology could help them make a greater impact. Learn more in the latest Ericsson ConsumerLab report.
University Department of Professional Studies at the University of Split has started with the implementation of the project “Improvement and implementation of professional practice at the University Department of Professional Studies”, which is co-funded by the EU. Ericsson Nikola Tesla is a project partner in the implementation of this project.
We mark the World Water Day on March 22, and the special circumstances related to the coronavirus pandemics remind us of the importance of water for the preservation of health and saving lives. Since hand hygiene (which we are constantly reminded to practice regularly) is the key for limiting the spread of COVID-19 and many other infectious diseases, now is the right moment to become aware of how important it is to have an adequate supply of clean water to protect ourselves, our loved ones and the community.
On the occasion of implementing the Declaration on Women in Digital, Central State Office for the Development of Digital Society organized a round table titled „Postani i TI, djevojka IT” at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Computer Science and Information Technology (FERIT) in Osijek. Marina Simunic, an expert working in our R&D Center in Osijek, was one of female role models working in ICT who talked about her positive experiences.