List of All Tools

 
  • Supplier Development Programme (SDP)
    The recognition and acceptance of corporate responsibility (CR) as a framework to strengthen corporate competitiveness is increasingly recognized and practiced world-wide. Therefore, we developed a pioneering programme, the Supplier Development Programme (SDP) that collaboratively develops stra...

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  • Cloud Computing App
    GeSI moves the bar higher by releasing a new software tool (www.gesicloudimpact.org) that allows everyone for the first time dynamically to explore the energy savings, cost savings and GHG abatement potential of moving from on-site computing to cloud computing, across 11 different countries. The new...

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  • E-TASC
    E-TASC (Electronics – Tool for Accountable Supply Chains) is a sustainability solution created for ICT (Information and Communication Technology) companies to effectively implement a common approach for assessing and monitoring suppliers Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) practices as a mea...

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  • Sustainability Assessment Framework (SASF)
    With the Sustainability Assessment Framework (SASF) we established a comprehensive assessment framework for evaluating Information and Communication Technology (ICT) products and services in terms of their sustainability performance. The design and development of the SASF was characterized by an op...

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  • Evaluating the carbon-reducing impacts of ICT - an assessment worksheet
    The ICT Assessment Methodology is a tool developed to provide immediate guidance on the process of identifying and quantifying the carbon-reducing effects of implementing an ICT solution. With its focus on simplifying assessment via a generally-applicable approach, diverse members of the ICT industr...

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