GeSI represents over 30 of the world's leading service providers and vendors from the Information and Communication Technology (ICT) sector. With a diverse and global member base, GeSI fosters collaborative and innovative approaches to sustainability. We support member initiatives in both developed and developing nations to quickly and effectively respond to issues ranging from reducing carbon footprints and promoting energy efficiency to human rights.
GeSI partners with a range of international organisations to share and develop ideas, launch joint initiatives, and collaborate on projects within and outside the ICT sector to drive the sustainability debate and realise the potential of ICT in enabling the transition to a low-carbon economy.
New GeSI Members and Partners
The Institute of Contemporary Observation (ICO), founded on March, 2001, is a leading professional n...
Alcatel-Lucent has been a founding member of GeSI since 2001. As a company, we firmly believe in the role of pro-active dialogue and partnership with new stakeholders to respond to the world's key sustainability challenges.
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.
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.
BlackBerry recognizes the value of like-minded organizations working together on addressing ways that industry can have a positive impact on sustainable development, and enriching the lives of many people. GeSI plays an important leadership role in bringing organisations together, representing and promoting the efforts of the ICT sector on a global platform.
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.
GeSI and the Carbon Trust, together with the WRI and WBCSD, have jointly convened the initiative to develop the ICT Sector Guidance for the accounting and reporting of greenhouse gas emissions to support the GHG Protocol Product Standard.
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.
In 2005, the Electronic Industry Citizenship Coalition® (EICC®) and the Global e-Sustainability Initiative (GeSI) formed a strategic alliance to address common corporate responsibility supply chain issues in the global electronics sector.
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.