Creating digital technologies that address human needs is a moral imperative. That’s why Arm supports the United Nations Global Goals—a set of goals for a better world by 2030.
Responsible technology can unlock progress on many global challenges, powered by collaboration across our sector, government, and civil society. To achieve real change also requires significant investment and innovation, alongside a fresh look at economics and business models. To find out more about the work we're doing to bring the Global Goals closer to us all, download our Impact Report.
To find out where Arm can achieve the greatest positive impact, we assessed the full list of Global Goals, targets, and indicators.
Through over 50 relevant projects, we are actively contributing to 14 of the 17 Global Goals. We have directly mapped our work to more than 37 targets and 41 indicators.
Nine of the Goals give us the greatest opportunity to drive positive change. As a result, we focus on promoting good health and well‑being, working toward quality education, contributing to best practices in environmental sustainability, and supporting decent work and economic growth through technology.
In response to the Global Goals and in recognition of Arm’s position within the technology sector, we founded 2030Vision in 2017, in partnership with the UN system and others. 2030Vision is a cross‑sector collaboration that connects businesses, academia, NGOs, and governments with the technology and expertise they need to realize the Goals.
See where Arm actively contributes to the United Nations Global Goals
Our Impact Report Focus Areas
Arm works with partners to support purpose‑driven STEM education opportunities. We support programs globally to help young people from diverse backgrounds learn to code and prepare for the world of work.
Arm creates universally useful devices and applications to improve health and quality of life in partnership with local and multinational organizations around the world.
To safeguard our world, we must reduce our impact. Arm maintains internal programs to cut our own footprint while creating technology that supports conservation innovators globally.
Responsible technology means technology that has been created ethically and can be trusted by users to keep them safe in the real and digital worlds.