Active PAR

P7010.1

Recommended Practice for Environmental Social Governance (ESG) and Social Development Goal (SDG) Action Implementation and Advancing Corporate Social Responsibility

This recommended practice provides recommendations for next steps in the application of IEEE Std 7010, applied to meeting Environmental Social Governance (ESG) and Social Development Goal (SDG) initiatives and targets. It provides action steps and map elements to review and address when applying IEEE Std 7010. This recommended practice serves to enhance the quality of the published standard by validating the design outcomes with expanded use. It provides recommendations for multiple users to align processes, collect data, develop policies and practices and measure activities against the impact on corporate goals and resulting stakeholders. This recommended practice does not set metrics for measurement and/or reporting, but rather identifies well recognized indicators to consider in assessment and measurement of progress.

Standards Committee
SSIT/SC - Social Implications of Technology Standards Committee
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Joint Sponsors
SMC/SC
Status
Active PAR
PAR Approval
2021-11-09

Working Group Details

Society
IEEE Society on Social Implications of Technology
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Standards Committee
SSIT/SC - Social Implications of Technology Standards Committee
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Working Group
ACSR - Advancing Corporate Social Responsibility
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IEEE Program Manager
Christy Bahn
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Working Group Chair
Deborah Hagar

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