The Goals Database
Barilla AmericaView Profile
Barilla Group makes continuous efforts to reduce the environmental footprint of its production processes by managing and monitoring the energy resources used at its plants, the greenhouse gases emitted, and their water consumption and waste production.
Barilla sets up projects designed to encourage the reduction of waste production and the recovery of waste material instead of its disposal. Careful management of the production process and methods of processing of raw materials have enabled Barilla to reduce its waste production compared with the previous year, despite an increase in production volumes
Best Buy Co., Inc.View Profile
We are committed to addressing climate change by finding cost-effective solutions to save energy and directly reduce carbon emissions through operational improvements and sourcing renewable energy.
CVS HealthView Profile
Our work to operate sustainably prioritizes reduction of our carbon intensity and energy use, improved efficiency of our transportation fleet, waste reduction and water conservation.
Campbell Soup CompanyView Profile
Our supporting 2020 goals, which track back to a FY2008 baseline, keep us continually focused on building sustainable business models. They include:
– Reducing energy use by 35 percent and sourcing 40 percent of our electricity from renewable or alternative energy sources
Church & Dwight Co., Inc.View Profile
In 2017, we established new environmental goals with respect to greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, water reductions and solid waste recycling. Our GHG goal is to be carbon neutral by the end of 2025 and achieved through:
– Reduce – our overall consumption of energy from our operations and transportation.
– Recycle – continue the successful recycling efforts at all operations. – Renew – support the generation of clean green energy.
Colgate-Palmolive CompanyView Profile
We will reduce our manufacturing energy intensity by one third compared to 2002 [by 2020].
Dunkin' Brands, Inc.View Profile
• For our corporate facilities, we are committed to reduce energy use per square foot by 28%, compared to a 2013 baseline, by the end of 2020; and 30% by the end of 2025.
• For our corporate fleet, we are committed to increase fleet fuel efficiency by 9%, compared to a 2013 baseline, by the end of 2020; and 13% by the end of 2025.
Estée Lauder Companies, TheView Profile
Building on several years of working to reduce both emissions intensity and absolute emissions from our owned and operated facilities, we set a new long-term goal in fiscal 2016: net-zero emissions by 2020. We plan to meet our goal by continuing to apply our strategy of improving efficiency in our operations, investing in clean and renewable energy and purchasing carbon offsets, where necessary.
Fabri-Kal CorporationView Profile
Our conscious manufacturing practices and strategically-located facilities help reduce our carbon footprint. When our Kalamazoo, Michigan, facility opened in 2010, it was honored with the U.S. Green Building Council’s LEED® Silver certification.
Ford Motor CompanyView Profile
Improve fuel economy across our global product lineup, consistent with regulatory requirements and addressing climate stabilization.
Offer competitive or “among the leaders” fuel economy for each new or significantly refreshed vehicle.
Reduce global facility energy use per vehicle produced by 25 percent between 2011 and 2016.
Work with selected suppliers to reduce our collective environmental footprint by encouraging target setting and sharing best practices for energy and water use reductions.
Frontier Co-opView Profile
We are committed to reducing our energy consumption levels and using only green energy. We offset 100% of our electrical power usage through the purchase of Green-e certified Renewable Energy Credits. We also offset carbon generated from our shipping, making us one of the first distribution centers to provide 100% carbon neutral shipping.
Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE)View Profile
Our goal is to increase the energy performance of our product portfolio 30 times by 2025, compared to 2015
Honeywell InternationalView Profile
Here are the criteria we use to evaluate new products:
• Reducing the use of natural resources during manufacture and distribution
• Increasing the energy efficiency of the product itself, or because of its use
• Reducing waste production
• Opportunities to reuse and recycle
• Opportunities to use recycled or renewable materials
• Reducing and eliminating classified toxic or hazardous materials
• Packaging more efficiently
In 2017, IBM’s energy conservation projects across the company delivered annual savings equal to 4.2 percent of our total energy use at IBM-managed locations, surpassing the corporate goal of 3.5 percent
IBM’s product energy efficiency goal is to improve the computing power delivered for each kilowatt-hour of electricity used for each new generation of servers.
IBM also has a goal to qualify its new server and storage products to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) ENERGY STAR program criteria where practical, and where criteria have been developed for the specific server or storage product type.
Johnson & JohnsonView Profile
We are committed to using a systematic approach to energy management that incorporates the following:
- Driving energy efficiency improvements in all of our operations
- Constructing highly efficient new buildings
- Improving the efficiency of our transportation needs.
Kao USA, Inc.View Profile
2020 target: 35% reduction in energy consumption, per unit of sales (2005 baseline) We set the 2020 reduction targets for energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions pertaining to all Kao Group sites in 2013 and have aimed to achieve at least a 1% reduction each year.
Kellogg Company, TheView Profile
By 2020, reduce energy use by an additional 15%
Kimberly-Clark CorporationView Profile
Reduce greenhouse gas emissions and total delivered costs through LEAN energy deployment and energy efficiency standard practice adoption across our operations. LEAN Energy engages employees in a culture of conservation to execute process changes which optimize energy efficiency.
In the U.S., we operate an environmental sustainability program, US 20×2020 By Design. The program aims to reduce energy and water by 20% by 2020, using innovative strategies in the design of new restaurants. These include LED lighting, low oil-volume fryers, high-efficiency hand dryers, toilets and faucets, and low-spray valves.
Nestlé USAView Profile
We aim to use the most efficient technologies and apply best practices to further optimise (sic) energy.
Our 2030 ambition is to go for zero environmental impact in our operations. Efficiency in our manufacturing is critical to achieving our ambition. Our life-cycle assessments (LCAs) inform us on how much energy we use in the manufacturing of our products. It is at this stage of the value chain that we can do the most to directly manage and improve our energy performance, and we take every opportunity to do so.
Nike Inc.View Profile
Decrease energy and CO2e emissions 25% per unit in key operations (inbound and outbound logistics, distribution centers, headquarter locations, finished goods manufacturing and NIKE-owned retail) through FY20
Decrease energy and CO2e emissions 35% per kg in textile dyeing and finishing processes through FY20.
Starbucks Coffee CompanyView Profile
We’re developing a new global store verification program to drive innovation, sustainability and efficiencies throughout our store portfolio. The program will include building standards for new and remodeled stores, along with performance standards for all stores in energy and water efficiency, waste reduction and partner engagement. With our goal of 10,000 greener retail stores by 2025, we hope to truly leverage our scale for good and deliver on our ambition to become the world’s largest green retailer.
Subway RestaurantsView Profile
Through innovative design of our restaurants and offices, we will optimize our resource footprint for reduced waste, energy use and water use.
We continue to push for increased efficiency and reduction in energy use in our logistics from the starting point of our suppliers’ facilities.
In FY2016, we implemented the following enhancements to the EM program to increase momentum in energy savings, which had plateaued in recent years. Our goal is to further reduce the energy intensity of locations in the program by 9.9 percent by the end of FY2018.
In the U.S., members of our Energy Management groups work with our Store Design teams, Distribution Center teams, vendors and many others to review opportunities to increase our energy efficiency. We analyze energy data solutions, surveys and store feedback to identify energy consumption outliers and then deploy the appropriate fix to improve the operations of our buildings, increase people’s comfort and save energy.
Drive energy and water efficiency in our own operations and in our supply chain
Reduce the energy intensity-per-square-foot in our stores by 10% by 2020
Achieve Energy Star certification in 80% of our buildings by 2020.
Trader Joe'sView Profile
We are always looking for opportunities to increase our operational efficiencies.
Tyson Foods, Inc.View Profile
We strive to use renewable fuels like biogas from our wastewater treatment operations, whenever possible, and to reduce our greenhouse gas emissions by making efficient use of energy.
We work toward continual improvement in finding new ways to reduce emissions, lower fuel consumption and decrease greenhouse gases, while improving the miles per gallon (MPG) performance of our fleet.
U.S. Postal ServiceView Profile
Walgreens Boots AllianceView Profile
Reduce our energy consumption and emissions on a comparable basis* as defined by the Greenhouse Gas Protocol. *Excludes the impact of acquisitions, disposals, and any significant changes in existing operations.
In the USA, through its partnership in the Department of Energy’s Better Buildings Challenge, Walgreens is committed to reducing energy use by 20 percent by 2020 across 100 million square feet of real estate, compared with consumption data from calendar 2010 that was reviewed by an external consultant (ICF) supporting the Better Buildings Challenge.
By end of 2020, reduce kWh per square foot energy intensity of Walmart facilities by 20% vs 2010 baseline (reached 10% by end of FY 2016).
Moving ahead, we will continue to look for innovative ways to improve our fleet efficiency as we fold our fleet goals into our broader goal of using 100 percent renewable energy.
Reduce energy consumption in U.S. company-owned restaurants by 20 percent by 2025.