We spoke to some of the companies who have set science-based targets about why they have chosen to do so. They explain how they got buy-in to the targets, the benefits and some of the innovations that are helping them achieve their goals.
Land Securities is the largest commercial property company in the UK and a member of the FTSE 100. Founded in 1944, Land Securities owns and manages more than 23.6 million square feet of property, worth £14.6bn. Its focus is London oﬃces, and UK retail and leisure. Its portfolio includes the iconic 20 Fenchurch Street, also known as the ‘walkie-talkie’. Read more about Land Securities science-based target. Read more about Land Securities science-based target here.
P&G, is an American multinational consumer goods company headquartered in Ohio, founded by William Procter and James Gamble, both from the United Kingdom. Its products include cleaning agents and personal care products. Read more about P&G’s science-based target here.
Coca-Cola Enterprises (CCE) manufactures, sells and distributes Coca-Cola products across eight countries in Western Europe. “The Paris Climate Change Agreement provides a clear direction of travel to limit global warming to ‘well below’ 2 degrees Celsius,” says Joe Franses, Director of Corporate Responsibility & Sustainability. Read more about CCE’s science-based target.
Coca-Cola HBC has operations in 28 countries spanning three continents, and reaching 594 million people. “Now, we have a target that is approved by external, credible experts, verified through relevant scientific methodology. That makes a big difference,” says Galya Tsonkova, Environment Manager for Coca-Cola HBC. Read more about Coca-Cola HBC’s science-based target.
Dell is an American privately owned multinational technology company. For more than 30 years, Dell has played a critical role in transforming computing, enabling more affordable and more pervasive access to technology around the world. In 2015, Dell was the third largest PC vendor in the world. Read more about Dell’s science-based targets.
International Post Corporation (IPC) is a cooperative association of 24 postal operators from major countries in Europe, Asia Pacific and North America. IPC is the leading service provider to the global postal industry. Read more about IPC’s science-based target.
Kellogg Company (also known as Kellogg’s) is a multinational food manufacturing company. Kellogg produces cereal and convenience foods, including cookies, breakfast cereals, frozen waffles, and vegetarian foods. Read about Kellogg’s science-based target.
NRG Energy, Inc. is a large American energy company. Its power plants provide approximately 50,000 megawatts of generation capacity, and its retail arm serves nearly 3 million customers. Read more about NRG’s science-based target.
Pfizer is a global pharmaceutical corporation. Among the world’s largest pharmaceutical companies, Pfizer is a premier, innovative biopharmaceutical company. Pfizer develops and produces medicines and vaccines for a range of medical disciplines. Read more about Pfizer’s science-based target.
PostNord offers communications and logistics solutions to, from and within the Nordic region. It also delivers mail to private individuals and business in Sweden and Denmark. PostNord is owned 40% by the Danish State and 60% by the Swedish State. Read about PostNord’s science-based target.
Sony Corporation is a leading manufacturer of audio, video, imaging, game, communications, key device and information technology products. With its music, pictures, computer entertainment and online businesses, Sony is uniquely positioned to be the leading electronics and entertainment company in the world. Read about Sony’s science-based target.
Thalys is an international train operator, running trains on the high-speed line between Paris, Brussels, Amsterdam and Cologne, also serving Lille, Rotterdam, Dusseldorf, Essen and Dortmund. Thalys trains carry over 6.5m passengers. Read more about Thalys’s science-based target.