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|Activities=GeSI supports its members’ and partners’ efforts to be part of the sustainability solution by developing key tools, resources and best practices, promoting and enabling member-driven initiatives, facilitating an open global forum, and providing a unified voice for communicating with ICT companies, industry stakeholders, policymakers, and the greater sustainability community worldwide. The membership fee is USD 30,000 per annum.
 
|Activities=GeSI supports its members’ and partners’ efforts to be part of the sustainability solution by developing key tools, resources and best practices, promoting and enabling member-driven initiatives, facilitating an open global forum, and providing a unified voice for communicating with ICT companies, industry stakeholders, policymakers, and the greater sustainability community worldwide. The membership fee is USD 30,000 per annum.
 
GeSI has a broad project portfolio. For an overview of all projects see the website: http://gesi.org/ICT_sustainability_portfolio
 
GeSI has a broad project portfolio. For an overview of all projects see the website: http://gesi.org/ICT_sustainability_portfolio
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|Participants other members names=ACCENTURE STRATEGY, Amdocs, AT&T, BELL, CARBON TRUST, CDP, CSTP, CTCN, DEUTSCHE TELEKOM, EcoChain, Ecovadis, Responsible Business Alliance, epi Consulting, ETNO, Flowminder, FUJITSU, G-STIC, giz, Global Climate Forum, Green Electronics Council, HUAWEI, ICO, IDDRI, IEEE, CDA, IO Sustainability, ITU, KPN, LIBERTY GLOBAL, LKH Associates, NOKIA, Qingtech, SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS, STEP, Sustainable Development Solutions Network, SWISSCOM, T-Mobile, TAIWAN MOBILE, TDC, TELE2, TELENOR, Telstra, TIM, TNO- innovation for life, TURK TELEKOM, UN Environment, UN Global Compact, UNFCCC, VEON, VERICON, WBCSD, WORLD GREEN BUILDING COUNCIL,  WORLD RESOURCES FORUM, WRI, ZTE
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|Participants other members names=ACCENTURE STRATEGY (USA), Amdocs (USA), AT&T (USA), BELL (USA), CDP (United Kingdom), CSTP (Germany), CTCN (Denmark), DEUTSCHE TELEKOM (Germany), EcoChain (Netherlands), epi Consulting (United Kingdom), ETNO (Belgium), Flowminder (Sweden), FUJITSU (Japan), G-STIC (Belgium), GIZ (Germany), Global Climate Forum (Germany), Green Electronics Council (USA), HUAWEI (China), ICO (China), IDDRI (France), IEEE (USA), Connected Devices Alliance - CDA (France), IO Sustainability (USA), ITU (France), LIBERTY GLOBAL (United Kingdom), LKH Associates (USA), NOKIA (Finland), Qingtech (United Kingdom), SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS (Japan), STEP (Germany), Sustainable Development Solutions Network (USA), SWISSCOM (Switzerland), T-Mobile (USA), TAIWAN MOBILE (Taiwan), TDC (Denmark), TELE2 (Netherlands), TELENOR (Norway), Telstra (Australia), TIM (Italy), TNO- innovation for life (Netherlands), TURK TELEKOM (Turkey), UN Environment (Kenya), UN Global Compact (USA), UNFCCC (Germany), VEON (Netherlands), VERIZON (Spain), WBCSD (Switzerland), WORLD GREEN BUILDING COUNCIL (United Kingdom)World Resource Forum (Switzerland), WRI (USA), ZTE (China).
 
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|Have only national states as participators=No
 
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Latest revision as of 15:49, 8 July 2019

General

Name of initiative Global e-Sustainability Initiative (GeSI)
LPAA initiative No
NAZCA Initiative No
Website address http://gesi.org/
Related initiatives
Starting year 2001
End year
Secretariat Global e-Sustainability Initiative (GeSI), c/o Scotland House, Rond Point Schuman 6, B-1040 Brussels, Belgium; phone:+32 2 282 84 42; e-mail: info@gesi.org
Organisational structure The GeSI Board comprises of nine members of different companies.
Geographical coverage Global
Name of lead organisation GeSI
Type of lead organisation Network/Consortium/Partnership
Location/Nationality of lead organisation Belgium

Description

Description GeSI brings together leading Information and Communication Technology (ICT) companies – including telecommunications service providers and manufacturers as well as industry associations and non-governmental organisations, committed to achieving sustainability objectives through innovative technology. GeSI aims to promote effective industry action and innovation to manage the risks associated with ICT and realise its potential in creating a low-carbon economy. It aims to encourage continual improvement in sustainability management and share best practice across the sector. GeSI’s work focuses on several key areas:Supply Chain; Climate Change; E-Waste; Standardisation; and Public Policy.
Objectives Mission: By 2017, GeSI is a globally recognised thought leader, partner of choice and proactive driver of the ICT sustainability agenda as measured by the development and use of its tools, broad member base and contribution to relevant policies.

Vision: A sustainable world through responsible, ICT-enabled transformation.

Activities GeSI supports its members’ and partners’ efforts to be part of the sustainability solution by developing key tools, resources and best practices, promoting and enabling member-driven initiatives, facilitating an open global forum, and providing a unified voice for communicating with ICT companies, industry stakeholders, policymakers, and the greater sustainability community worldwide. The membership fee is USD 30,000 per annum.

GeSI has a broad project portfolio. For an overview of all projects see the website: http://gesi.org/ICT_sustainability_portfolio

One or two success stories achieved

Monitoring and Impacts

Function of initiative Technical dialogue, Capacity building, Political dialogue
Activity of initiative Knowledge production and innovation, Training and education, Awareness raising and outreach, Advocacy
Indicators
Goals
Comments on indicators and goals
How will goals be achieved
Have you changed or strenghtened your goals
Progress towards the goals
How are you tracking progress of your initiative
Available reporting

Participants

Participants Number Names
Members 55  
Companies 0
Business organisations 0
Research and educational organisations 0
Non-governmental organisations 0
National states 0
Governmental actors 0
Regional / state / county actors 0
City / municipal actors 0
Intergovernmental organisations 0
Financial Institutions 0
Other members 55 ACCENTURE STRATEGY (USA),  Amdocs (USA),  AT&T (USA),  BELL (USA),  CDP (United Kingdom),  CSTP (Germany),  CTCN (Denmark),  DEUTSCHE TELEKOM (Germany),  EcoChain (Netherlands),  epi Consulting (United Kingdom),  ETNO (Belgium),  Flowminder (Sweden),  FUJITSU (Japan),  G-STIC (Belgium),  GIZ (Germany),  Global Climate Forum (Germany),  Green Electronics Council (USA),  HUAWEI (China),  ICO (China),  IDDRI (France),  IEEE (USA),  Connected Devices Alliance - CDA (France),  IO Sustainability (USA),  ITU (France),  LIBERTY GLOBAL (United Kingdom),  LKH Associates (USA),  NOKIA (Finland),  Qingtech (United Kingdom),  SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS (Japan),  STEP (Germany),  Sustainable Development Solutions Network (USA),  SWISSCOM (Switzerland),  T-Mobile (USA),  TAIWAN MOBILE (Taiwan),  TDC (Denmark),  TELE2 (Netherlands),  TELENOR (Norway),  Telstra (Australia),  TIM (Italy),  TNO- innovation for life (Netherlands),  TURK TELEKOM (Turkey),  UN Environment (Kenya),  UN Global Compact (USA),  UNFCCC (Germany),  VEON (Netherlands),  VERIZON (Spain),  WBCSD (Switzerland),  WORLD GREEN BUILDING COUNCIL (United Kingdom),  World Resource Forum (Switzerland),  WRI (USA),  ZTE (China).
Supporting partners 0
Number of members in the years
2018
55
Have only national states as participators No


Theme

Transport Agriculture Forestry Business Financial institutions Buildings Industry Waste Cities and subnational governments Short Term Pollutants International maritime transport Energy Supply Fluorinated gases Energy efficiency Renewable energy Supply chain emission reductions Adaptation Other Resilience Innovation Energy Access and Efficiency Private Finance
No No No Yes No No Yes Yes No No No No No No No Yes No No No Yes No No
Last update: 8 July 2019 14:49:22

Not only have national states as participators