Impact and dependencies assessment
The company has not holistically assessed its impacts or how it depends on nature, including biodiversity. It has an opportunity to start such an assessment across its value chains, focused on quantification of its impacts or dependencies.
Key areas and species
The company does not disclose key species or areas important for biodiversity affected by its operations or suppliers. It has an opportunity to increase its transparency.
Ecosystem conversion and restoration
The company does not have a commitment to ensure zero conversion. The company discloses some activities to achieve conversion-free supply chains but does not have time-bound targets to achieve conversion-free supply chains. The company has a commitment to minimise ecosystem conversion. It discloses some activities to minimise ecosystem conversion but is not committed to restoring ecosystems. The company does not disclose details and outcomes of ecosystem restoration projects in areas affected by its own operations or by its suppliers.
Resource exploitation and circularity
No evidence was found regarding the company’s efforts to work towards a circular economy or which organisms it exploits. The company has an opportunity to develop a strategy and publicly report on specific, time-bound targets. The company discloses activities to improve soil health or agrobiodiversity in its production or sourcing practices but does not have a related target.
No quantitative evidence was found of reductions in water withdrawal across the company’s own operations. The company does not disclose a time-bound target to reduce water withdrawal across its own operations. Nor does it report how much water is withdrawn for its own operations in water-stressed areas. The company reports a decrease in water pollution and discloses its processes for managing and monitoring discharge water quality. However, it does not regularly report on water pollution. The company does not disclose a commitment to respect the right to water, nor does it disclose its processes for implementing preventive and corrective action plans for identified specific risks to the right to water and sanitation in its own operations.
Solid and air pollution
The company does not commit to avoid developing or marketing new chemicals or products with SVHC (substance of very high concern) properties. The company is not reducing the production of hazardous waste but is reducing plastic use and waste in its own operations. The company does not report on the amount of plastic waste generated and proportions directed from or to disposal. The company does not report on air quality parameters of emissions of harmful air pollutants, nor does it report time-bound targets to reduce air pollutants across the most material parts of its value chain.
The company is reducing its scope 1 and 2 greenhouse gas emissions. It has a time-bound target to reduce its scope 1 and 2 emissions and reports progress against the target. The company is also reducing its scope 3 emissions. It has a time-bound reduction target for its scope 3 emissions and reports progress against it.
The company has not identified any activities that could lead to the introduction of invasive species in its own operations.