Sustainable development was first defined in Our Common Future, a 1987 report by the UN World Commission for Environment and Development (the Brundtland Commission), which states that "sustainable development is development that satisfies the needs of the present without leaving future generations no opportunity to meet their own needs".
Sustainable development consists of ecological sustainability, economic sustainability, and social and cultural sustainability. That is why decision-making and action must take into account the environment, humanity, and the economy.
Stera has focused on the following objectives from Agenda2030:
Material reports as required by law are part of our operations.
Metals such as tantalum, tin, tungsten, and gold are used in many industries for manufacturing. But some sources of these minerals are in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and adjoining countries, and their extraction may finance or benefit armed groups that are associated with human rights violations. That’s why these four metals are known as “conflict minerals”.
Stera Technologies is committed to having a socially responsible supply chain and will not condone any abuse of human rights.
Stera commits to:
If we discover the use of these minerals produced in facilities that are considered to be “non-conflict free”, in any material, parts or components we procure, we will take actions to transition products that are “conflict free”