To pursue its governance commitments and efficiency goals, ENGIE has established 10 non-financial objectives, with quantified targets and specific deadlines. The goals will help advance the corporate project and reach the Group’s financial objectives.
The ENGIE corporate project is built on three major pillars: its industrial strategy, its identity and culture, and its commitments and skills. The non-financial objectives established in 2011 support efforts on each of these pillars. For example, the development of renewable energies advances the Group’s industrial strategy, while training and diversity objectives pursue its commitments and skills.
The non-financial objectives of ENGIE, such as the development of renewable energies and conservation of biodiversity, are an important part of its response to the major global challenges of climate change and conservation of natural resources. Closely connected to the Group’s financial results, these objectives help ensure the continuity of its activities.
The 10 Sustainability objectives
ENGIE took part in the Business & Climate Summit preparing for the UN Climate Change Conference (COP21) in...