The Goals Database
Amy's Kitchen, Inc.View Profile
We constantly seek ways to move from depletable to renewable energy and material resources.
Currently, we’re evaluating new biodegradable food trays, increasing the percentage of paperboard in our boxes, and advocating locally for recycling and composting efforts.
Best Buy Co., Inc.View Profile
We are placing increased focus on securing offsite renewable energy sources and purchasing Renewable Energy Credits (RECs). Our offset target is equal to 20 percent of our 2009 baseline carbon emissions.
CVS HealthView Profile
As part of our efforts to establish a long-term, science-based emissions reduction target, we continue to explore ways to increase renewable energy opportunities.
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.
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.
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.
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.
We further enhanced our corporate commitment to clean energy by joining RE100 and committing to sourcing 100% of our global electricity from renewable energy technologies by 2020.
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.
General MotorsView Profile
2020 Operational Commitment: Increase renewable energy to 125 MW
Renewable energy generation is increasing at an aggressive pace as we work toward a new goal to meet 100 percent of the electrical needs of our global operations through renewable energy by 2050.
Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE)View Profile
In 2016, we committed to sourcing 50% renewable energy for our operations by 2025 – with a long-term goal to achieve 100%
Intel CorporationView Profile
Grow the installation and use of on-site alternative energy to three times our 2015 levels by 2020.
Continue 100% green power in our U.S. operations and increase alternative energy use for our international operations from 2015 to 2020.
Kellogg Company, TheView Profile
By 2020, expand the use of low-carbon energy in our plants by 50% from a 2015 baseline.
By 2050, source 100% renewable electricity.
Lowe’s is improving our environmental performance and creating a healthier world through the purchase of green power — electricity generated from renewable energy sources, such as solar and wind power.
We support a shared mission to increase access to cost-competitive renewable energy across the McDonald’s US system. In 2014, the McDonald’s company-owned restaurants and franchisees in Europe purchased 76% of their electricity from renewable sources across 21 markets, 10 of which have achieved or are working toward purchasing 100% renewable electricity. McDonald’s U.K. has committed for a 20-year period to purchase renewable energy directly from new infrastructure.
PVH Corp.View Profile
We are exploring renewable energy options such as on-site solar panels, off-site power purchase agreements and procuring renewable energy credits. Our strategic approach is to first increase the energy efficiency of our own operations, and then proceed with the procuring of renewable energy.
SC JohnsonView Profile
We are committed to operating in an environmentally responsible manner. That means taking a look at our operations and finding where we can lessen our impact by reducing global manufacturing waste and greenhouse gas emissions, and increasing our use of global energy from renewable sources.
Seventh GenerationView Profile
All energy from non-fossil sources [by 2020] (Seventh Generation facilities, travel, commuting, Third Party Manufacturers and distribution)
We’re committing to sourcing 100% renewable energy in our domestic operations, which we will work with partners to achieve in the coming years.
Add solar rooftop panels to 500 of our stores and distribution centers by 2020.
We are accelerating our investments across our fleet and facilities, aiming for 25 percent of our total electricity to come from renewable sources by 2025.
By 2025, alternative fuels will supply 40 percent of our total ground fuel needs. All of these initiatives will drive UPS toward our vision of a zero-emissions future.
We have committed that, by 2020, 25 percent of our annual vehicle purchases will be alternative fuel or advanced technology vehicles. UPS will remain the industry leader in seeking alternative fuel opportunities for our worldwide fleet
In 2015, we set ourselves the ambition of becoming carbon positive by 2030.
By becoming carbon positive, we will:
– Source all our electricity purchased from the grid from renewable sources by 2020
– Source 100% of our energy across all our operations from renewable sources by 2030
– Eliminate coal from our energy mix by 2020
– Directly support the generation of more renewable energy than we consume, making the surplus available to the markets and communities where we operate by 2030.
Since 2005, we’ve been working toward a goal of operating with 100% renewable energy
Be powered by 50 percent renewable energy by 2025
Drive the production or procurement of 7 billion kilowatt hours (kWh) of renewable energy globally by Dec. 31, 2020—an increase of more than 600 percent versus our 2010 baseline.
Double the number of on-site solar energy projects at our U.S. stores, Sam’s Club locations and distribution centers by 2020, compared with our 2013 baseline. That’s more than 480 sites by 2020.