The Group’s Sustainable Development Department
has been entrusted with the following:
Driving and coordinating the functional departments’ and
subsidiaries’ sustainable development teams to consolidate responsible performance based on the Roadmap’s
dated and quantified targets.
Providing suggestions from stakeholders to General
Management, based on the Roadmap’s annual results and
the changes in the external environment, as well as increasing, reinforcing, adjusting or supplementing existing policies.
Creating and implementing policies that enable access to
services for everyone, in cooperation with the departments
Organizing and managing dialog with stakeholders.
Designing and rolling out societal engineering tools.
Anticipating emerging issues.
Managing the relationship with auditors and rating agencies in terms of non-financial performance, and reporting
on this performance internally and externally.
Distributing the Sustainable Development Policy outside
the Group and representing the Group on various bodies.
The strategic and operational guidance of the CSR
and Sustainable Development Policies is also ensured
by the following:
The Ethics and Sustainable Development Committee
(ESDC), which consists of four directors, two of whom are
independent: The Committee ensures compliance with the
Group’s individual and collective values and with the rules
of conduct for employees, especially ethical rules.
The Sustainable Development Steering Committee
(SDSC): This is a cross-cutting organization facilitated by
the Sustainable Development Department, which brings
together SUEZ ENVIRONNEMENT’s functional departments and the internal Sustainable Development network correspondents. It is mandated to guide, validate,
and monitor all actions that are taken within the Group
and its subsidiaries.