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Respondent CDP 2007: Arriva

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Section A – 1 Climate Change Risks, Opportunities and Strategy
Question 1(a)(i) – Regulatory risks
<>For question state time period possible associated financial implications commercial risks does climate change present company including regulatory risks associated current and/or expected government policy climate change e g emissions limits energy efficiency standards
expected extension emissions trading schemes surface based passenger transport potential increase cost base operators divert consumer spending alternative forms travel non travel related expenditure presently experience significant impacts direct regulation GHG emissions surface passenger transport brought EU Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS) future (it possibility 2012) make assessment impacts regime clear

 
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Question 1(a)(ii) Physical risks
<>For question state time period possible associated financial implications commercial risks does climate change present company including physical risks business operations scenarios identified Intergovernmental Panel climate Change expert bodies sea level rise extreme weather events resource shortages
principal risks foreseeable future Arriva’ s operating territories relate potential resource shortage long term fall availability fossil based fuels likely impact prices reduction available supplies

 
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Question 1(a)(iii) risks
<>For question state time period possible associated financial implications Apart regulatory physical risks described answers questions 1(a)(i) 1(a)(ii) commercial risks does climate change present company including shifts consumer attitude demand
coming decade continue believe impact passenger transport industry likely driven political social attitudes associated concern climate change direct effects climate change itself arguable long term changes consumer attitudes affect long term appetite travel overall affect long term growth prospects Arriva alongside passenger transport operators reasonable assume severe impacts change felt operators businesses heavily dependent long distance discretionary travel operators focused mainly short distance urban travel regarded everyday necessity people making journeys reasonable expect demand resilient

 
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Question 1(b) Opportunities
<>For question state time period possible associated financial implications commercial opportunities does climate change present company existing new products services
Changes regulatory political landscape driven climate change agenda favour development attractive dependable better integrated public transport systems encourage substitution away car use modes transport lower overall carbon impacts Increasing awareness greater carbon efficiencies associated public transport provide fertile ground consumer level marketing passenger transport operators tendering authorities Europe increased political social focus climate change likely encourage broad reviews public transport planning provision enabling pan European organisation like Arriva broad range experience different operating conditions help current prospective client bodies access know best practice cities regions countries benefit long term relationships organisations concerned Longer term long distance travel dramatically expensive difficult observers suggest long term trend long distance commuting social travel substituted renewed focus urban living consequent potential opportunities urban scale transport operators

 
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Question 1(c) Strategy
<>For question state time period possible associated financial implications objectives targets strategies undertaken planning manage risks opportunities detailed questions 1(a) 1(b) include adaptation physical risks
Arriva’ s vision recognised leading transport services provider Europe strategy growth partner choice public transport tenders acquisition opportunities continue work local authorities improve road environment ways make public transport attractive reliable free flowing reducing emissions directly (free flowing vehicles burn fuel experiencing congestion) helping encourage substitution car journeys High occupancy car lanes use hard shoulders prioritisation buses role play improving traffic flow (which directly reduces emissions) increasing substitution public transport efficient car journeys address long term issues relating fossil fuel usage continuing research operational trials alternative fuels including addition renewably sourced fuels conventional diesel operation vehicles 100 cent renewable vegetable oil derived fuels engaged service trials diesel electric hybrid vehicles results far given significant insights benefits disadvantages different alternative fuel technologies including compatibility tighter requirements reduction non GHG emissions Trials continuing expect grow scale researching measuring benefits changing driving styles practices ensuring maintenance standards support best possible fuel efficiency safety reliability clear experimental evidence changes driving style helped improved driver information systems enhanced training make contribution fleet efficiency passenger comfort

 
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Question 1(d) – Reduction targets
<>What emissions reduction targets time frames achieve renewable energy energy efficiency activities undertaking manage emissions
understanding accurate measurement scope 1 emissions rapidly increasing appreciation possibility setting targets make good headlines unintended consequences counter productive intend carry work embed relevant measurements core business reporting systems improve confidence levels quality metrics publishing Scope 1 energy reduction targets timeframes activities mentioned paragraph c instrumental improving performance presently putting place measures achieve reductions scope 2 emissions awareness raising energy efficiency arrangements installation energy management hardware appropriate Additionally working introducing new technology including solar heating ground source heat pumps wind powered micro generation number pilot sites Europe learn practical application implications technologies view choosing effective ways improving energy efficiency diverse range facilities different climates

 
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Section A – 2 Greenhouse Gas Emissions Accounting
Question 2(a)(i) – Methodology – Accounting Year
<>Please state accounting year used report GHG emissions
Financial accounting year 31 December 2006

 
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 Yes 
conducted GHG Emission Assessments years 2005 2006 time periods assessed coincide accounting year ending 31 December year

 
Question 2(a)(ii) – Methodology
<>Please state methodology emissions calculated
 Other 

 
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assessments carried accordance World Business Council Sustainable Development World Resources Institute (WBCSD/WRI protocol) focus assessment programme CO2 methane NOx significant emissions HFCs PFCs SF6

 
<>Please state reporting boundaries data provided questionnaire
Option 1 – consolidated financial statements

 
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Question 2(a)(iii) – Methodology – External verficiation
<>Please state information provided externally verified audited
 Yes 
information collated Arriva supplied partners process (Edinburgh Centre Carbon Management) review data apply confidence ratings Approximately 60% data subject external review audit

 
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 No 

 
Question 2(a)(iv) – Methodology – Variations emissions
<>Please provide explanation significant variations emissions year year major acquisitions divestments introduction new technologies
sufficient information make substantive comment variations years assessed intend adopt reporting methodology enables comparisons net impact major acquisitions disposals possible highlights impacts technological change

 
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Question 2(b) – Scope 1 Scope 2 GHG Protocol Year 1 answers
state direct indirect GHG emissions metric tonnes CO2e global Annex B countries having difficulty reporting emissions figures CO2e metric tonnes guidance answering CDP5 questionnaire available
<>Please enter accounting year used report GHG emissions details
31 December 2006

 
<>Total Global Emissions

 
<>Total Emissions Annex B countries

 
<>Scope 1 activity emissions globally

 
<>Scope 1 activity emissions Annex B

 
<>Scope 2 activity emissions globally

 
<>Scope 2 activity emissions Annex B

 
<>Please state MWh electricity purchased consumed company globally

 
<>Please state MWh electricity purchased consumed company Annex B countries

 
<>Please state percentage purchased consumed MWh electricity renewables globally

 
<>Please state percentage purchased consumed MWh electricity renewables Annex B countries

 
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 Yes 
assessments 2005 2006 completed recently draft form intend increase level confidence level data publishing results

 
Question 2(b) – Scope 1 Scope 2 GHG Protocol Year 2 answers
state direct indirect GHG emissions metric tonnes CO2e global Annex B countries having difficulty reporting emissions figures CO2e metric tonnes guidance answering CDP5 questionnaire available
<>Please enter accounting year used report GHG emissions details
31 December 2005

 
<>Total Global Emissions

 
<>Total Emissions Annex B countries

 
<>Scope 1 activity emissions globally

 
<>Scope 1 activity emissions Annex B

 
<>Scope 2 activity emissions globally

 
<>Scope 2 activity emissions Annex B

 
<>Please state MWh electricity purchased consumed company globally

 
<>Please state MWh electricity purchased consumed company Annex B countries

 
<>Please state percentage purchased consumed MWh electricity renewables globally

 
<>Please state percentage purchased consumed MWh electricity renewables Annex B countries

 
<>Would like provide additional information relating question provided
 Yes 
assessments 2005 2006 completed recently draft form intend increase level confidence level data publishing results

 
Question 2(c) – Scope 3 GHG Protocol Year 1 answers
<>Please enter accounting year used report GHG emissions details
31 December 2006

 
<>If possible provide estimates metric tonnes CO2e following categories emissions Use/disposal company’ s products services

 
<>Your supply chain

 
<>External distribution/logisitics

 
<>Employee business travel

 
<>Other

 
<>Please provide details sources emissions entered figure "Other" box

 
<>Please provide information measurement scope 3 emissions

 
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 Yes 
Measurement area development objective future assessments

 
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