GeSI is committed to sustainability actions and outcomes. Our governance style is characterised by transparency and inclusiveness with an emphasis on leveraging the collective participation of the many experts in our member and partner organisations. Six GeSI working groups- Communications, Climate Change, Energy Efficiency, e-Waste, Public Policy and Supply Chain- foster collaborative and innovative approaches to social and environmental sustainability.

Our members and partners use their collective knowledge and experience to identify opportunities and develop solutions to address issues in both developed and developing nations to quickly and effectively respond to issues such as climate change, energy efficiency, e-waste management, resource efficiency, responsible supply chain practices, labour rights and public policy.

Below our members and partners have shared their individual perspective on how they are benefiting from participation in GeSI activities and the added value thereof.

 
  • Ecovadis
    Ecovadis
    EcoVadis sees immense power in leveraging responsible business as a lever for making a better world, and where each of us can make a positive impact. We envision a world where businesses are measured and rewarded as much by their sustainability as by financial or other measures, have a transparent v...

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  • Responsible Business Alliance
    Responsible Business Alliance
    Founded in 2004 by a group of leading electronics companies, the Responsible Business Alliance (RBA), formerly the Electronic Industry Citizenship Coalition (EICC), is a nonprofit comprised of electronics, retail, auto and toy companies committed to supporting the rights and wellbeing of workers and...

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  • epi Consulting
    epi Consulting
    We are an award winning international sustainability strategy and innovation consultancy; creating shared value throughout your global supply chains by delivering social and environmental best practice and maximising competitive advantage. We help your business to transform your global supply chain...

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  • ETNO
    ETNO
    ETNO has been the voice of Europe’s telecommunications network operators since 1992. Its 41 members in 35 countries collectively account for a turnover of more than € 225 billion and up to one million employees. ETNO and its member companies have a long commitment to Sustainability, test...

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  • Flowminder
    Flowminder
    Flowminder Foundation is a registered non-profit organisation based in Stockholm, Sweden (reg. no. 802477-6414). Our mission is to improve public health and welfare in low- and middle-income countries. The data we provide are global public goods. We work with governments, inter-governmental organiza...

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  • FUJITSU
    FUJITSU
    Fujitsu is proud to be a member of GeSI following our gold sponsorship of the #SMARTer2030 report. Environmental sustainability has always formed a core part of Fujitsu's business. From the adoption of park-style design for our factory in Kawasaki in 1935 to today's ambitious Fujitsu Group Environme...

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  • G-STIC
    G-STIC
    Launching G-STIC is the response of VITO and its international partners to the Paris Agreement on Climate Change (December 2015) and the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development (September 2015). To limit global temperature rise well below 2 degrees Celsius and to achieve the ambitious Sustainable De...

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  • giz
    giz
    For more than 30 years, capacity development has been one of the key services delivered by GIZ and its predecessors. Around the globe, we advise people and organisations on learning and change processes. GIZ supports people in acquiring specialist knowledge, skills and management expertise. We he...

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  • Global Climate Forum
    Global Climate Forum
    In 2001, a group of people representing European research institutes, NGOs, and businesses founded the European Climate Forum. Gradually, our network has expanded well beyond Europe, through linkages with the US, China, Australia and other regions of the world. Therefore, in 2011 the members' assemb...

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  • Green Electronics Council
    Green Electronics Council
    The Green Electronics Council (GEC) is a mission-driven 501c(4) non-profit that collaborates to achieve a world in which only sustainable IT products are designed, manufactured, and purchased. Founded initially to manage EPEAT, the leading global ecolabel for IT products, GEC advocates for sustaina...

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