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Respondent CDP 2008: Arriva

General Information
<>It requirement CDP questionnaire introduction answer like text box attach document

 
<>Where available provide following identification numbers primary listings/ordinary shares information company Company Turnover (also known sales) millions US$
4000000000

 
<>ISIN number

 
<>CUSIP number

 
<>SEDOL number

 
1 - Risks and Opportunities
Question 1(a)(i) Regulatory Risks
<>How company exposed regulatory risks related climate change
We consider our company to be exposed to regulatory risks because... 
presently experience significant impacts direct regulation GHG emissions Surface passenger transport currently covered EU Emissions Trading Scheme possible extension emissions trading schemes surface based passenger transport potential increase cost base operators divert consumer spending alternative forms travel non travel related expenditure long term possibilities personal carbon budgeting national cross border basis affect business prove beneficial deleterious depending design schemes

 
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No 

 
Question 1(a)(ii) Physical Risks
<>How company exposed physical risks climate change
We consider our company to be exposed to physical risks because... 
principal risks foreseeable future Arriva’ s operating territories relate Potential resource shortages impacts availability oil based fuels possible consequence weather related disruption production refining facilities likely impact prices reduction available suppliesii Potential disruption physical infrastructure used services roads railway lines depot facilities

 
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Question 1(a)(iii) General Risks
<>How company exposed general risks result climate change
We consider our company to be exposed to general risks because... 
Given substantial highly visible carbon footprint mainstream mechanised passenger transport systems Arriva operators expect come increasing scrutiny governments elements society concerned carbon emissions imposes direct costs far modest offset corresponding advantages (see 1 b iii below) Potential risk business long term political social change include overall constraints personal mobility corresponding constraints overall market size sector risk currently remains hypothetical given Arriva’ s small share pan European transport market consider poses material risks likely growth business foreseeable future

 
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No 

 
Question 1(a)(iv) Risk Management
<>Has company taken planned action manage general regulatory risks and/oradapt physical risks identified
We have taken or planned action. 
company taking action manage potential general regulatory risks development relevant expertise maintenance effective support network (both internally externally) Specifically business dedicating resources review understand potential risks likely impact risks respect availability use current alternative vehicle fuel typesii effects emissions trading schemesiii tax regimes parts Europe operate

 
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Question 1(a)(v) Financial Business implications
<>How assess current and/or future financial effects therisks identified risks affect business
We assess current and/or future financial effects by... 
direct risks faced business respect climate change far future uncertain scope worthwhile financial modelling undertaken build various assumptions pricing tax treatment carbon based alternative fuels future business planning scenarios surface passenger transport brought EU Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS) future (it possibility 2012) make assessment impacts regime clear

 
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Question 1(b)(i) Regulatory Opportunities
<>How current anticipated regulatory requirements climate change offeropportunities company
We consider that current or anticipated regulatory requirements offer opportunities because... 
Arriva’ s breadth experience operating transport services widely varying physical environments Europe using number alternative fuels technologies gives ability help local regional transport authorities Europe gain better understanding options technological operational change response changing political regulatory requirements

 
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Question 1(b)(ii) Physical Opportunities
<>How current anticipated physical changes resulting climate change presentopportunities company
We consider that current or anticipated physical changes offer opportunities because... 
Based weak patchy direct evidence effects far UK mainland Europe impossible point material opportunity presented operating territories based vulnerability oil extraction refining facilities extreme weather events possible speculate climate change responsible short term disruptions supplies fossil based road fuels pose threat (see 1 ii above) present short term opportunities increased demand times high fuel prices constrained supply private car use

 
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Question 1(b)(iii) General Opportunities
<>How does climate change present general opportunities company
We consider that climate change offers opportunities because... 
Access transport freedom movement highly prized aspects human society heart progress economic social Transport understood governments Europe key enabler economic public policy benefits thrust challenge governments transport industries likely focused maintain necessary benefits transport keeping environmental impacts imposing significant restrictions mobility Public transport great deal offer answer maintaining vital mobility underpinning freedom movement economic prosperity keeping brake unnecessary emissions consider outlook medium term positive public transport providing seen responsibly operated 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 believe important transport industry governments NGOs interested parties broad view relative merits different transport models including energy emissions costs infrastructure provision manufacture vehicles exhaust pipe emissions

 
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Question 1(b)(iv) Maximizing Opportunities
<>Do invest plans invest products services designedto minimize adapt effects climate change
Climate change has led to investment or planned investment in order to maximise climate change opportunities. 
scope operations investing significant time energy resources development alternative fuel stocks alternative power sources effective efficient use fossil fuel water making extensive use biodiesel trains buses markets significant expansion operations depends consistently supportive public policy regime currently appears uncertain light current concerns long term viability certain types biofuel investing pilot projects depots understand better role renewable energy able play longer term plans

 
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Question 1(b)(v) Financial Business Implications
<>How assess current and/or future financial effects theopportunities identified opportunities affect business
We do not assess current and/or future financial effects because... 
1 v direct opportunities faced business respect climate change impossible quantify cases e g effects patronage possible politics social factors responsible element current healthy demand bus rail services Europe anecdotal evidence suggests case e g substitution long distance rail short haul airline travel substitution bus local rail services car use impossible provide authoritative split effect known drivers transport demand e g population changes general economic climate congestion modes transport improved service offerings public transport operators

 
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2 - Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Emissions Accounting
Question 2(a)(i) Reporting Boundary
Calculation tools assist companies calculating GHG emissions particular activities combustion fuels production processes http //www ghgprotocol org/calculation tools/all tools Companies new emissions reporting strongly recommended use tools assist calculations used calculation tool list question methodologies
<>Please indicate category best describes company entities groupfor response prepared
Companies over which financial control is exercised – per consolidated audited Financial Statements. 

 
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No 

 
Question 2(a)(ii) Reporting Year
<>Please explicitly state dates accounting year period GHG emissionsare reported
Start date 01 January 2007End date 31 December 2007Financial accounting year 01 January 2007

 
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Question 2(a)(iii) Methodology
<>Please specify methodology used company calculate GHG emissions select methodology used using radio buttons used GHG Protocol ISO 14064 1 references calculation tools used explanation calculation methods devised explain data sources Global Warming Potentials emission factors used calculations reference supplied calculation tool contact provider calculation tool information used methodology devised explain methodology including methods calculation data sources Global Warming Potentials emission factors
GHG Protocol 
methodology used recently revised ‘ Greenhouse Gas Protocol’ published World Business Council Sustainable Development World Resources Institute (known WBCSD protocol) Greenhouse Gas Assessment produced data externally validated Edinburgh Centre Carbon Management leading consultancy field Data integrity confidence rating improvement key objective process

 
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Question 2(b)(i) Scope 1 Scope 2 GHG Protocol
<>Are able provide breakdown direct indirect emissions Scopes 1 2 GHG Protocol analyse electricity consumption

 
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Question 2(b)(i)(y) Scope 1 Scope 2 GHG Protocol Year 1 answers
<>Please enter dates reporting period specified (answer question 2(a)(i)) answer questions period selecting “ Add Additional Year Figures” button end webpage repeat process previous reporting period reporting period possible data going reporting period ending 2004 enter historical data reported information response previous CDP questionnaires

 
<>Please enter accounting year used report GHG emissions details
Dates selected

 
<>Scope 1 Direct GHG Emissions provide Total global Scope 1 activity Metric Tonnes CO2 e emitted
<>1001990 CO2e metric tonnes < text="">

 
<>b Total Scope 1 activity Metric Tonnes CO2 e emitted Annex Bcountries
<>1001990 CO2e metric tonnes < text="">

 
<>By country Scope 1 activity metric tonnes CO2 e individual country Using methodology state emissions country NB practical list emissions country country basis list countries significant emissions context business combine remainder “ rest world” information format (e g Excel) attach
Country Scope 1 Emissions
(metric tonnes CO2-e)

 
<>Scope 2 Indirect GHG emissions provide c Total global Scope 2 activity metric tonnes CO2 e emitted
<>41173 CO2e metric tonnes < text="">

 
<>d Total Scope 2 activity metric tonnes CO2 e emitted Annex Bcountries
<>41173 CO2e metric tonnes < text="">

 
<>By country Scope 2 activity metric tonnes CO2 e individual country
Country Scope 2 Emissions
(metric tonnes CO2-e)

 
<>Electricity consumptione Total global MWh purchased electricity
93550 MWh

 
<>f Total MWh purchased electricity Annex B countries
93550 MWh

 
<>By country – MWh purchased electricity individual country
Country

 
<>g Total global MWh purchased electricity renewable sources

 
<>h Total MWh purchased electricity renewable sources Annex Bcountries

 
<>By country – MWh purchased electricity renewable sources individual country
Country

 
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Yes 
e Total global MWh purchased electricity 61 103 MWh 2007 (excluding traction electricity adds 32 447 MWh)f Total MWh purchased electricity Annex B countries 61 103 MWh 2007 (excluding traction electricity adds 32 447 MWh)g Total global MWh purchased electricity renewable sources electricity known renewable sources major electricity producers ability provide reliable figure total working suppliers improve data

 
Question 2(b)(ii) Scopes 1 2 GHG Protocol
<>If unable Scope 1 Scope 2 GHG emissions and/or electricity consumption report GHG emissions able identify description emissions answered 2(b)(i) question 2(c)(i)

 
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Question 2(c)(i) Emissions – Scope 3 GHG Protocol
<>How identify and/or measure Scope 3 emissions
account scope 3 activities areas waste disposal employee business miles (surface transport)

 
<>Please provide possible Details significant Scope 3 sources company
Employee business travelUse/disposal company’ s products services

 
<>b Details metric tonnes CO2 e GHG emissions following categories Employee business travel
<>4608 CO2e metric tonnes < text="">

 
<>ii External distribution/logistics

 
<>iii Use/disposal company’ s products services
<>6825 CO2e metric tonnes < text="">

 
<>iv Company supply chain

 
<>c Details methodology use quantify estimate Scope 3 emissions
WBCSD protocol used assess impact data used submitted Central Group accounts internal CSR/OFR data collection process

 
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Question 2(d) External Verification
<>(i) information reported response Questions 2(b) (c) beenexternally verified audited plan information verified oraudited
Yes (Please go to 2(d)(ii)) 

 
<>(ii) answer question 2d(i) Yes provide attach copy audit verification statement state plans verification
data assessed accuracy general correctness Arriva’ s internal accounting function Additionally data compared 2006 data rated external consultants generate GHG assessment confidence rating overall report ranked “ Good” calculated uncertainty factor +/ 13 cent

 
<>(iii) specify standard protocol information hasbeen audited verified

 
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Question 2(e) Data Accuracy
<>Does company place assess accuracy GHG emissions inventory calculation methods data processes systems relating GHG measurement provide details explain data accuracy managed
Yes, we do have a system. 
company levels checks ensure accuracy data data compiled management accounts submissions subject operational audit internal compliance function key area focus fuel usage data account 95% carbon footprint collected assessed quarterly verified financial instruments (fuel hedges) government taxation processes Accuracy information key compliance financial accounting taxation obligations ability recover costs effectively

 
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Question 2(f) Emissions History
<>Do emissions reported accounting year vary significantly compared previous years explain reasons variations
No, they do not vary significantly. 

 
<>Would like provide additional information relating question provided
Yes 
close correlation 2007 2006 outputs overall carbon footprint dropped 0 9% (2007 vs 2006 like like business activity) consider small variation statistical significance

 
Question 2(g) Emissions Trading
<>i) Does company facilities covered EU Emissions Trading Scheme
No, we do not. (Please go to question 2(g)(ii) below)  

 
<>If a) provide details annual allowances awarded company Phase years 1 January 2005 31 December 2007 details allowances allocated Phase II commencing 1 January 2008 cases enter numbers punctuation example enter 2000 instead 2 000 enter allowance Metric Tonnes CO2 1 January 2005 31 December 2005

 
<>1 January 2006 31 December 2006

 
<>1 January 2007 31 December 2007

 
<>b) provide details actual annual emissions facilities covered EU ETS effect 1 January 2005 enter emissions Metric Tonnes CO2 1 January 2005 31 December 2005

 
<>1 January 2006 31 December 2006

 
<>1 January 2007 31 December 2007

 
<>Phase II annual allowances1 January 2008 – 31 December 2008

 
<>1 January 2009 – 31 December 2009

 
<>1 January 2010 – 31 December 2010

 
<>1 January 2011 – 31 December 2011

 
<>1 January 2012 – 31 December 2012

 
<>c) impact company’ s profitability EU ETS

 
<>ii) company's strategy trading participating regional and/or international trading schemes (eg EU ETS RGGI CCX) Kyoto mechanisms CDM JI projects Explain involvement following EU ETS

 
<>CDM/JI

 
<>CCX

 
<>RGGI

 
<>Others

 
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Question 2(h) Energy Costs
<>i) identify total costs $ energy consumption fossil fuels electric power want enter number 1 ensure use decimal point (e g 0 3) comma (e g 0 3)

 
<>ii) percentage total operating costs does represent

 
<>iii) percentage energy costs incurred energy renewable sources

 
<>More details

 
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3 - Performance
Question 3(a) Reduction Plans
<>i) Does company GHG emissions reduction plan place provide details information requested currently plan place explain
Yes, we have a reduction plan in place. (Please proceed to part (ii) ) 

 
<>ii) baseline year emissions reduction plan
2006

 
<>If want information rolling target

 
<>iii) emissions reduction targets period targets extend
aiming reduce GHG emissions footprint measured like like operations 15 cent 2006 figure 2012 specify ‘ like like’ ensure continue track meaningful progress make major acquisition disposal win large contract

 
<>iv) activities undertaking reduce emissions renewable energy energy efficiency process modifications offsets sequestration targets set timescales extend
Arriva’ s GHG footprint derived fuel powers buses andtrains area focus efforts order make biggest possible improvements long term fuel strategy 1 use efficiently possible subject commercial restrictions considerations 2 make use environmentally friendly possible 3 maximise social economic benefit fuel use using carry passengers possible years reducing vehicle emissions terms urban air pollutants CO2 progress theintroduction progressively cleaner engine technologies high standards maintenance vehicles working efficiently passing regular inspections recent years new buses trains tended use fuel predecessors partly effect improving emissions local pollutants partly effect increased vehicle weights stemming improved engine technology increased equipmentspecifications including enhance safety aid access laid tendering authorities regulators 2012 GHG reduction target demanding especially given heavier fuel consumption recent generations vehicles working way fleets unlikely meet target entirely result changes sole control hope time possible encourage parties make changes help Reaching 15 cent target present plans requires make assumptions consider reasonable onthe future availability biofuels depend supporting decisions taken governments fuel suppliers 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 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 potentially issues significant competitive advantage sector publishing sub targets year publish progress annually commentary

 
<>v) investment required achieve targets time period
Commercially confidential

 
<>vi) emissions reductions associated costs savings achieved date result plan
year process savings data available

 
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Question 3(b) Emissions Intensity
<>i) appropriate measurement emissions intensity company
Other 
long term regard CO2e passenger kilometre travelled meaningful reflection benefit obtained unit carbon industry best indicator efficiency overall social environmental terms difficult practice contracted operations historic reason count passengers paid transport authorities run vehicles fares collected vehicle directly authorities fares collected cases data distance travelled customer passengers checked vehicles cases pay flat rate (or zero) unlimited travel passes government survey data applied operations research periodic does reflect short term changes loading efficiency years reasons reliable measure GHG emissions intensity relation question total tonnes CO2 e reported Scope 1 Scope 2 $m turnover EBITDA reporting year $ dollar figures case potentially misleading studying Arriva’ s recent performance given significant revenues costs currency shown considerable volatility Euro Sterling

 
<>Please company’ s emissions intensity figure measurement given want enter number 1 ensure use decimal point (e g 0 3) comma (e g 0 3)

 
<>ii) state GHG emissions intensity terms total tonnes CO2 e reported Scope 1 Scope 2 $m turnover EBITDA reporting year Scope 1/ US$millions turnover

 
<>Scope 2/ US$millions turnover

 
<>Scope 1/ EBITDA

 
<>Scope 2/ EBITDA

 
<>iii) company developed emissions intensity targets
No, we have not developed emission intensity targets for the following reason(s): 
Given lack reliable emissions intensity data developed targets hope work data targets

 
<>a) answer (iii) yes state emissions intensity targets

 
<>b) answer (iii) yes state reductions emissions intensity achieved targets time period

 
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Question 3(c) Planning
<>Do forecast company’ s future emissions and/or energy use
No, we do not (Please take the opportunity to explain why not and then go to question 4 a) 

 
<>i) provide details forecasts summarize methodology used assumptions able quantified forecasts Scope 1 Scope 2 emissions and/or electricity consumption enter numerical data page

 
<>ii) factor cost future emissions capital expenditure planning

 
<>iii) considerations impact investment decisions

 
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Question 3(c) (i) Planning Forecasted emissions/electricity use Year 1 answers
page gives opportunity numerical forecasts emissions electricity use possible provide emissions forecasts reporting periods Use “ Add additional year figures” button end page enter emission forecasts successive reporting periods Note enter numbers punctuation example use 2000 instead 2 000
<>Please enter accounting period used report GHG emissions details
Dates selected

 
<>Forecasted Scope 1 Direct GHG Emissions provide Forecasted Total global Scope 1 emissions Metric Tonnes CO2 e

 
<>b Forecasted Total Scope 1 emissions Metric Tonnes CO2 e Annex B countries

 
<>By country Forecasted Scope 1 emissions Metric Tonnes CO2 e individual country Using methodology state emissions forecasts country NB practical list emissions country country basis list countries significant emissions context business combine remainder “ rest world” information format (e g Excel) attach
Country Scope 1 Emissions
(metric tonnes CO2-e)

 
<>Scope 2 Indirect GHG emissions provide c Forecasted total global Scope 2 emissions Metric Tonnes CO2 e

 
<>d Forecasted total Scope 2 emissions Metric Tonnes CO2 e Annex B countries

 
<>By country Forecasted Scope 2 emissions Metric Tonnes CO2 e individual country
Country Scope 2 Emissions
(metric tonnes CO2-e)

 
<>Forecasted electricity consumptione Forecasted total global MWh purchased electricity

 
<>f Forecasted total MWh purchased electricity Annex B countries

 
<>By country – Forecasted MWh purchased electricity individual country
Country

 
<>g Forecasted total global MWh purchased electricity renewable sources

 
<>h Forecasted total MWh purchased electricity renewable sources Annex B countries

 
<>By country – Forecasted MWh purchased electricity renewable sources individual country
Country

 
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4 - Governance
Question 4(a) Responsibility
<>Does Board Committee executive body overall responsibility climate change state overall responsibility climate change managed answer parts (i) (ii)
Yes, an executive body does have overall responsibility for climate change. 

 
<>i) Board Committee executive body overall responsibility climate change
Arriva’ s Corporate Responsibility Committee includes executive representation transport businesses chaired Steve Clayton Arriva plc executive director

 
<>ii) mechanism Board executive body reviews company’ s progress status regarding climate change
Committee meets quarterly review performance progress CR issues including environmental factors reports Board appropriate

 
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Question 4(b) Individual Performance
<>Do assess provide incentive mechanisms individual management climate change issues including attainment GHG targets provide details
No, we do not. 

 
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Question 4(c) Communications
<>Please indicate publish information risks opportunities presented company climate change details GHG emissions plans reduce emissions following communications i) company’ s Annual Report statutory filings
Yes 
Yes – Annual Report & Accounts 2007 includes information available www arriva uk

 
<>ii) formal communications shareholders external parties
Yes 
Yes Corporate Responsibility section website www arriva uk

 
<>iii) voluntary communications Corporate Social Responsibility reporting
Yes 
Yes – ii abovewww arriva uk/arriva/en/corporate_responsibilitywww arriva uk/arriva/en/investor_relations/financial_reports/

 
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Question 4(d) Public Policy
<>Do engage policymakers possible responses climate change including taxation regulation carbon trading provide details
Yes 
regular discussions matters connected climate change issues relevant departments officials UK government EU institutions individual company collectively membership industry bodies including International Association Public Transport (UITP) Confederation Passenger Transport (CPT) Association Train Operating Companies (ATOC)

 
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