Suez takes pride in aligning its corporate governance initiatives with globally accepted best practices while being sensitive to the cultural perspectives in the multiple countries of operation. We continue to introduce policies, operating procedures and best practices throughout the organisation to ensure that Suez operates in line with internationally accepted best practices as well as exceeds our customers’ expectations.
Stemming from Suez’s sustainability vision, we have clear direction in terms of how we should impact our stakeholders.
We Care Program addresses the special needs of our communities Globally. We have supported many programs addressing key issues such as education and climate change in India and Pacific Islands.
We support young girls at the Montfort Vocational Training Centre, Corlim, Goa, to learn skills that will enable them to stand on their own feet. We also support the education of several hundreds of young girls of varying ages, at schools run by the St.Joseph’s mission in the state of Karnataka.
In Suez, we believe that Small Island States in the Pacific deserve a stronger voice in the international diplomacy and one of the ways in which we see it happening is to facilitate education and training of diplomats from the region. Therefore we finance twenty annual scholarships in E-Diplomacy for students from the Pacific Islands at The Diplo Foundation in Malta, which helps in strengthening institutions and capacity building amongst the countries most at risk from Global Climate Change
Climate Change is a heartbreaking and important issue for many countries we work in and with. Therefore, it is amongst Suez’s priorities to be in the center of the battle against Climate Change, especially as seen by our Pacific Islands partners and clients. For that reason, we work closely with HE Anote Tong, former president of Kiribati and a globally renown climate champion. Suez supports HE Tong’s activities globally including research assistance.