Sustainability at Mastercard
Mastercard contributes to a sustainable future in everything we do, every day. Our global efforts involve advancing social sustainability, conducting business in an open and transparent way and responsibly managing our environmental footprint.
Through our vision - a World Beyond Cash™ - we are advancing global social sustainability by giving people around the world greater access to the financial system, which, in turn, provides a larger and more diverse group of engaged contributors and participants. Whether through the Center for Inclusive Growth, our employees or corporate philanthropy, we are positively impacting the lives of people everywhere.
Ethics and compliance are embedded in our core values and we take a proactive approach to conducting business in an open and transparent way. Mastercard fosters sound governance through an independent board structure and robust risk and compliance programmes.
We believe how we do business is as important as what we achieve. We care about the communities in which we live, work and conduct business. Our environmental efforts involve creating sustainable business practices and decreasing our overall environmental footprint by focusing on three areas – energy conservation, recycling and pollution control.
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Greater possibilities through financial inclusion
Learn how we’re bringing millions of people into the financial fold
Mastercard Center for Inclusive Growth
Aligning our business to deliver on innovations that spur economic growth and productivityFind out how we are empowering people
Governance and sustainability
Maintaining sound governance standards and committed to transparencyVisit Investor Relations to learn more
Connecting cities and citizens
Exploring the role that cities play as centers of commerce and human interactionFind out why global cities are important
Our commitment in action
For the second year in a row, Mastercard has been named one of the top 50 companies making important social or environmental impact through their corporate strategies.