The Goals Database
ALDI, Inc.View Profile
Our climate protection goal is to reduce our greenhouse gas emissions – measured in carbon equivalents per square metre of sales floor – by at least 30% compared to 2012 by 2020.
Reduce our Scope 1 emissions by 20 percent by 2020, using a 2008 Scope 1 baseline of 1,172,476 mtons CO2-e.
2025 Goal: AT&T will enable carbon savings 10x the footprint of our operations by enhancing the efficiency of our network and delivering sustainable customer solutions.
Albertsons CompaniesView Profile
Reduce absolute emissions by 25% by 2020 versus a 2010 baseline.
In 2007, Google committed to being carbon neutral, and we’ve met this goal every year since then.
Our end goal is a zero-carbon world where everyone everywhere has access to clean, carbon-free energy 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
Reduce single-occupancy vehicle commuting at our Bay Area headquarters to 45%.
Provide electric vehicle charging stations for 10% of parking spaces at our Bay Area headquarters.
Amazon.com, Inc.View Profile
Amazon is committed to minimizing our carbon emissions by optimizing our transportation network, improving product packaging to drive efficiency in the distribution of products, implementing energy efficiency measures in our operations, and using renewable energy to run our business. We have also joined numerous industry partnerships to express support for action on climate change and to accelerate the transition to a low-carbon economy.
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
2020 goal: Reduce carbon emissions 60% (over 2009 baseline); carbon neutral by 2050.
CVS HealthView Profile
As part of our goal, CVS Health is committed to reducing absolute scope 1 and 2 GHG emissions 36 percent by 2030 from a 2010 base-year. CVS Health also commits that 70 percent of its suppliers by emissions will set science-based emissions reduction targets on their scope 1 and 2 emissions by 2023.
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.
Cisco Systems Inc.View Profile
Clif Bar & Co.View Profile
Our climate and energy goals are to source 100% green power for Clif Bar owned and operated facilities and offset our annual carbon footprint by supporting projects that generate social and environmental benefits. In addition, we are working to reduce carbon intensity to 10% below a 2014 baseline by 2020 as well as working with supply chain partners to transition to at least 50% green power for electricity used for Clif Bar products and services by 2020.
Coca-Cola Company, TheView Profile
2020 Goal: Reduce the carbon footprint of “the drink in your hand” by 25% (2010 baseline).
Colgate-Palmolive CompanyView Profile
We will promote use of renewable energy and reduce absolute greenhouse gas emissions from manufacturing by 25% compared to 2002 [by 2020].
Comcast CorporationView Profile
We’re working toward zero emissions, zero waste, and 100% renewable energy.
Throughout 2016, we continued to sharpen our focus in three core areas: lowering the amount of energy used by our products and facilities, reducing greenhouse gas emissions from our nationwide vehicle fleet, and minimizing the amount of waste we send to landfills.
2020 Goal: Reduce global absolute GHG emissions, Scopes 1 and 2 [MT CO2e] Market-Based, by 40% as compared to a FY11 baseline.
By 2020, Dell’s suppliers representing 95% of direct materials spend and key logistics suppliers1 will set specific greenhouse gas emissions targets and report on their emissions inventor.
Disney Consumer ProductsView Profile
By 2020, reduce net emissions from 50% from 2012 total levels.
Estée Lauder Companies, TheView Profile
Our sustainable packaging approaches include: – Low-impact sourcing: Making sustainability one of the essential criteria in purchasing decisions, along with quality, price and innovation. This will ensure a “least-carbon intensive” approach throughout our supply chain.
– Bio-sourcing: Taking advantage of advances in bio-sourced materials, especially as replacements for oil/gas derived plastics.
– Recycling: Substituting some part of virgin content for recycled content.
– Material substitution: Using components made from less carbon-intensive materials.
– Recyclable packaging: Identifying opportunities to pursue recyclable primary packaging, as well as inserts.
– Elimination: We are identifying and striving to eliminate components within our packaging where possible.
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.
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.
General Mills, Inc.View Profile
Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE)View Profile
In 2016, we…set a science-based target to reduce operational greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by 25% compared to 2015.
[By 2025] Reduce supply chain manufacturing-related GHG emissions by 15% compared to 2015, requiring 80% of our manufacturing suppliers to set science-based emissions reduction targets
Hewlett-Packard Company (HP)View Profile
Reduce Scope 1 and Scope 2 GHG emissions from global operations by 25% by 2025, compared to 2015.
Reduce first-tier production supplier and product transportation-related GHG emissions intensity 10% by 2025, compared to 2015.
Help suppliers cut 2 million tonnes of carbon dioxide equivalent (CO2e) emissions between 2010 and 2025. Reduce product portfolio GHG emissions intensity by 25% by 2020
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 GHG emissions in our plants by an additional 15% per metric tonne of food produced from a 2015 baseline
By 2050, reduce Scope 1 & 2 emissions in our operations by 65% (from our 2015 performance).
By 2050, partner with our direct suppliers to help reduce their Scope 3 emissions by 50 percent (including agriculture) from a 2015 baseline
The Company will partner with Franchisees to reduce greenhouse gas emissions related to McDonald’s restaurants and offices by 36% by 2030 from a 2015 base year. Through collaboration and partnership with our suppliers and producers, the Company also commits to a 31% reduction in emissions intensity (per metric ton of food and packaging) across our supply chain by 2030 from 2015 levels.
Nestlé USAView Profile
By 2020: Reduce GHG emissions (Scope 1 and 2) per tonne of product in every product category to achieve an overall reduction of 35% in our manufacturing operations versus 2010.
By 2020: Reduce GHG emissions by 10% in our distribution operations versus 2014.
By 2020: Reduce GHG emissions by 10% in the 100 major warehouses we use versus 2014.
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) by FY20
Decrease energy and CO2e emissions 35% per kg in textile dyeing and finishing processes by FY20
Decrease average product carbon footprint 10% by FY20
We set an ambitious goal: double our business while halving our environmental impact – an environmental moonshot…. We charted an actionable roadmap to cut unneeded uses of carbon, water and conroversial chemistry. We set milestones for ourselves, agreeing to check our progress in 2025.
PVH Corp.View Profile
Our Commitment: Measure and reduce PVH’s greenhouse gas (“GHG”) emissions by reducing energy consumption, increasing energy efficiency and utilizing clean energy both in our owned and operated facilities and throughout our value chain
In 2017, we set our first global target to reduce GHG emissions at our own facilities by 35 percent by 2030 against a 2015 baseline
Reduce absolute greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by at least 20% by 2030 (Scope 1 & 2 performance)
Reduce absolute greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by at least 20% by 2030 (Scope 3 performance)
2025 GOAL: Strive to design 100% of our packaging to be recyclable, compostable or biodegradable, increase recycled materials in our plastic packaging, reduce packaging’s carbon impact, and in partnership with the PepsiCo Foundation, work to increase recycling rates.
Procter & GambleView Profile
We will cut our Scope 1 and 2 GHG emissions in half by 2030 vs. our current 2010 baseline.
[By 2030] Advance at least 10 significant supply chain partnerships to drive circularity on climate, water or waste.
Seventh GenerationView Profile
By 2025] Reduce GHG Emissions: Scopes 1 through 3 (indirect and direct emissions) inclusive of consumer use – by 50 percent from a 2012 base year.
Additionally, Seventh Generation is looking even further into the future by committing to aggressive science-based targets, pledging to reduce scope 1 (direct) and 2 (indirect) greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions 100 percent by 2030 from a 2012 base year. The company also commits to reduce absolute GHG emissions from the use of their products 90 percent and reduce all other scope 3 (indirect) emissions 80 percent by 2030 from a 2012 base year.
U.S. Postal ServiceView Profile
Reduce Scope 1 and 2 emissions 25% by FY2025 (million MTCO2e) relative to a 2008 baseline
Reduce Scope 3 emissions 30% by FY2025 (million MTCO2e) relative to a 2008 baseline
Reduce fleet-wide per-mile GHG emissions 30% by 2025 relative to a 2014 baseline (g CO2e/mile)
We will become carbon positive in our manufacturing by 2030:
– We will source 100% of our energy across our operations** from renewable sources by 2030.
– We will source all our electricity purchased from the grid from renewable sources by 2020.
– We will eliminate coal from our energy mix by 2020.
– In order to achieve our target of carbon positive by 2030, we intend to directly support the generation of more renewable energy than we consume and make the surplus available to the markets and communities in which we operate.
– All newly built factories will aim to have less than half the impact of those in our 2008 baseline. Halve the greenhouse gas impact of our products across the lifecycle by 2030.
By 2020 CO2 emissions from energy from our factories will be at or below 2008 levels despite significantly higher volumes.
By 2020, CO2 emissions from our global logistics network will be at or below 2010 levels despite significantly higher volumes. This will represent a 40% improvement in CO2 efficiency.
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.