GE Citizenship

GE Citizenship

Citizenship at GE is a full-time commitment. It is embedded in our culture and our business strategy. It inspires our thinking and infuses our actions. It stems from our drive to invent things that matter, and links with our belief in a better way.

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GE Shortlisted for Responsible Business Award
For a second consecutive year, GE has been shortlisted for Best Sustainability Report in the Ethical Corporation's Responsible Business Awards. Companies considered for this category must show that they have delivered sustainability to stakeholders in a clearly consistent way, and reports must communicate progress while being honest about the challenges the company faces and demonstrating...
Oct 8, 2014 2:30 PM ET
GE Latin America Strengthens Regional Sustainability Commitment
Brazil is now the world’s seventh-largest economy and has become the ninth-largest energy consumer in the world. And because it’s creating greater energy demand, it’s also adding further strain on the environment. As one of the leading nations on international climate change negotiations, Brazil has voluntarily committed to reducing its greenhouse gas...
Nov 8, 2013 2:00 PM ET
A Woman's Work: Powering Up in the MENA Region
GE sponsors the Women Powering Work program to bring about innovations for economic equality in the MENA region. The Middle East and North Africa region represents a wildly diverse variety of cultures, customs, religions and political groups. And the relationships between these constructs and popular ideas about women's rights are similarly varied throughout different countries...
Oct 28, 2013 3:30 PM ET
GE helps to build sustainable infrastructure with Korean partners
GE Korea and its partners work together for a sustainable future. “We are committed to learning, sharing and growing with partners and customers in Korea and around the globe,” stresses Chris Khang, president and CEO of GE Korea, emphasizing the importance of responding to the nation’s complex challenges through collaboration. While Korea’s top priority of economic...
Sep 27, 2013 4:30 PM ET
Meet the Makers: 3D Printing Design Challenge Finalists Have Global Roots
The maker movement is a big community of students, manufacturing enthusiasts and hobbyists using cutting edge tools and design software to find better ways to make things. In the U.S., they meet in TechShop workshops and flock to Maker Faire fairs to innovate and exchange ideas. But the results of GE’s latest manufacturing challenge show that the movement resonates far beyond America’s borders...
Sep 17, 2013 10:30 AM ET