Sustainability is at the heart of our business and fundamental to everything that we do as a company. We do what we say we will do and always strive to do more. We are committed to support a healthy, more sustainable planet.
In January of 2021 we announced the following new set of ambitious sustainability commitments including science-based targets and net zero carbon pledge. These build on our history of sustainability leadership in both commitments and results.
Environmental Sustainability Commitments:
Customer and Supply Chain Commitments:
Social and Governance Sustainability Commitments:
Achieving net zero emissions by 2040 is a collective effort. Watch Katie McGinty, our Chief Sustainability Officer, discuss how by joining The Climate Pledge, we and other organizations around the world are collaborating to create a healthy, sustainable planet.
2025 Global Sustainability Strategy
In 2017 we adopted our 2025 Sustainability Strategy. This strategy drives sustainability across our entire value chain by focusing on five areas: solutions, people, partnerships, performance and governance.
Since the UN negotiations in Bali in 2007 The Corporate Climate Communiqués have set out a concise business case for an ambitious, robust, effective and equitable UN climate framework. They have offered a progressive global consensus on the shape of an international agreement and on the national policy that is needed for countries to deliver on the global goal.
We endorse the Global Alliance for Energy Productivity goal to double global energy productivity. To help reach this goal, we will: Commit to using our sphere of influence to improve energy productivity within our business, organization, community, state/province, or nation; Share solutions, success stories, and progress with other leaders in energy productivity; and Encourage other organizations, businesses, and government entities around the world to endorse the Global Alliance goal.
EP100 is a global, collaborative initiative of influential businesses that pledge to double their energy productivity.
The “Responsible Corporate Engagement in Climate Policy” initiative aims at making sure companies’ engagement on climate policy is comprehensive, aligned, and transparent by asking companies to commit to adhering to a set of best practice steps to more effectively support a 1,5/2° trajectory.