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.
At AT&T, we are passionate about people and communities, technology, and our environment. Sustainability is a way of doing business that creates shared value by recognizing our company’s impact on society, and the impact that social issues have on our business.
As the market leader in software and services for service providers in the communications, media and entertainment industry, Amdocs has a more than 30-year track record of ensuring service providers' success and embracing their biggest challenges. Our extensive product portfolio and wide-range of proven services enable service providers to simplify and personalize the customer experience, harness and capitalize on the data explosion, stay ahead of the competition with new digital services and improve operational efficiency.
Bell’s ongoing commitment to sustainability is more than just talk. It is a way of life at Bell, essential to sustaining the business and to the pursuit of our long-term goal: to be recognized by customers as Canada’s leading Communications Company.
We believe that BT can be a force for ‘net good’ by providing services which help us to live within the environmental constraints of our planet. We have been reducing our impacts on climate change since the 1990s.
Deutsche Telekom is one of the founding members of GeSI. We are deeply convinced, that only in cooperation and collaboration with other companies and partners that are also committed to do business in a sustainable way we can better drive the necessary transformation to a more sustainable world.
GeSI provides an excellent infrastructure, not only for common initiatives and studies, but also for networking opportunities as it brings together experts from leading ICT companies and other partner organizations all over the world.
Ericsson is a founding member of GeSI and is represented on the Board of Directors and co-chairs the Public Policy Work Group. We are strongly supporting GeSI in the creation of an open and global forum for the improvement and promotion of products, services and access to ICT, which benefit both the society and the environment.
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.
Fujitsu is proud to be a member of GeSI following our gold sponsorship of the SMARTer 2030 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 Environmental Action Plan, sustainability is key to every stage of our ICT services.
Huawei has always recognized the importance of environmental protection and taken an active role in advancing green technologies. By working closely with stakeholders across the value chain through GeSI, Huawei has played a strategic role during discussions with communications industry peers about environmental protection strategies, implementation approaches, and technology standards for the global ICT industry.