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JCDecaux Finland's environmental policy 

 
We evaluate the effects of our actions on a yearly basis, while focusing on functional communication on environmental matters. We also educate our employees and commit to achieving our shared goals.

We prevent environmental harm, by evaluating the risks posed by our operations. We comply with the industry regulation and obligations, while following their development and evaluating the effect the changes should have on our business. We monitor the environmental effects of our functions and carry out measures to reduce them.

We commit to ongoing improvement to improve the standard of our environmental performance. Like this, we aim to hinder the environmental decradation and promote sustainable use of resources.
 

Sustainability at the heart of our model

In 1964, Jean-Claude Decaux invented the advertising bus shelter. Fifty years on, JCDecaux's success still rests on its founding economic model: providing cities and transport companies with products and services financed by advertising space. The company is the n°1 worldwide in outdoor advertising and is now present in over 60 countries, anticipating changes in lifestyle with innovative solutions tailored to the needs of citizens and advertisers.

Achieving economic growth while respecting people and the environment is at the heart of our model. Sustainable development is a central element in JCDecaux's competitiveness. Over the years, as its business has expanded, the company has demonstrated its commitment, firstly through proactive quality policies and, more recently, through a comprehensive approach to corporate social responsibility. In order to bring about these changes, we have drawn on our three founding values, shared by all our staff: passion, quality and innovation.

Our sights are set on the development of cities and transport services : Between 2000 and 2030, urban space will have tripled in size worldwide. Such a significant change gives rise to unprecedented challenges. New mobility paradigms are gradually moving us out of the automobile age as we have known it since the 1960s. Information and communications are undergoing an unprecedented digital transformation. Managing energy and natural resources efficiently is increasingly a shared duty. Ways of working and workplaces are being reinvente. JCDecaux's challenge: to support cities in their development through innovative solutions which integrate sustainable development.

Jean- Charles Decaux          Jean-Francois Decaux​