The governance aspects of CSR cover multiple dimensions such as :

  • Defining ENGIE's CSR policy within Group decision-making bodies such as the Executive Committee and the Board of Directors, in particular the Environment, Ethics and Sustainable Development Committee of the Board of Directors.
  • The implementation of this policy by ENGIE's CSR Department and the other Departments concerned by CSR. While the CSR Department monitors the Group's CSR performance, each Business Unit ensures that the Group's CSR commitments are respected at the level of its scope of activities.

  • Ensuring business ethics are taken into account by ENGIE in its rules of conduct with respect to its main stakeholders, including suppliers and customers.

  • Taking very strict tax rules into account.

  • Taking CSR into account in remuneration.

  • The consideration by the Group's highest governance bodies of human rights issues in the broadest sense (including the environment, society but also health and safety and business ethics), which led, among other things, to the Compliance Plan that the Group adopted in January 2018 pursuant to the Duty of Care Act. 

  • The identification and monitoring of activities or projects that may have given rise to controversy with certain stakeholders.