ENGIE's conception of sustainable development places its external and internal stakeholders at the heart of its corporate approach in order to share its challenges, action plans and results.

Building on its CSR vision, the Group not only undertakes to respect its legal and regulatory obligations in its fields of responsibility (environment, health and safety, human rights, business ethics, governance and so on) but also and above all to go beyond, whichever the country in question, by promoting and adopting the best possible practices in these areas in order to anticipate and control, as far as possible, the impact of its activities on its sphere of influence, and to maximize its value creation.

This positive and committed approach to CSR is based on the company's core values and the stated ambition of its managers to embody them. It provides the model for a strategy, action plans, projects and communications that reflect this concept in an operational, pragmatic and understandable way.

As a global player in the energy transition, ENGIE identifies and shares with all of its stakeholders the main challenges not only of its environmental, social and societal responsibility, but also those related to business, finance and its governance practices. These challenges are assessed from a dual point of view (stakeholders and Group management), which makes it possible to position them and identify the most material of them, from this double perspective, in order to construct the "matrix of materiality".

In line with its most material challenges, the Group has set itself CSR objectives that demonstrate its commitment to these areas with respect to its stakeholders and its contribution to the creation of shared value.