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Respondent CDP 2008: Nestle

General Information
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Nestlé manufacturing important supply chain 500 factories 86 countries world perishable raw materials transformed safe convenient high quality food products Air emissions generated manufacturing process example cooking operations energy production Nestlé factories objective maximise eco efficiency e maximise production goods time minimising consumption resources reducing waste emissions Nestlé committed long environmentaly sound business practices stated Nestlé Policy Environment issued 1991 includes reduction greenhouse gas emissions air emissions Nestlé invest average CHF 40 million anually reduce air emissions result 1998 CO2 emissions manufacturing sites reduced 20% period production volume increased 76% resulting improvement GHG eco efficiency measured CO2 tonne product 55% detailed information available www environment nestle com

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<>Where available provide following identification numbers primary listings/ordinary shares information company Company Turnover (also known sales) millions US$
89927

 
<>ISIN number
CH 001 205 604 7

 
<>CUSIP number
641069406

 
<>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... 
According generally accepted information climate change poses variety potential risks Change ecological balance weather patterns possibly result shortages agricultural raw materials shortages water floods cyclones disrupt supply chain including means transport affect supply natural resources energy costs increase dramatically case Availability reliability electricity natural gas jeopardised energy sector largest sources CO2 emissions energy prices increase fact utility companies try pass increased compliance costs non negligible impact administrative burden participation emission trading climate change affect local communities food consumption habits

 
<>Would like provide additional information relating question provided
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... 
mentioned question 1 (a)(i) extreme weather events changes weather patterns rising temperatures sea level rise related phenomena possibly result shortages agricultural raw materials freshwater disrupt supply chain including means transport affect supply natural resources energy costs increase dramatically case certain regions Availability reliability electricity natural gas jeopardised locally Nestlé carefully investigates possible impacts activities changes case case basis conducting risk assessment and/or claims related investigations addition Nestlé developed exposure related data base floods natural hazards exposures documented continuously updated

 
<>Would like provide additional information relating question provided
No 

 
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... 
Climate change affect local communities food consumption habits

 
<>Would like provide additional information relating question provided
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. 
Food industry significant direct emitter greenhouse gases comparison industrial sectors power plants metal cement sectors agriculture transportation stated Nestlé Policy Environment Nestlé complies applicable environmental legislation Nestlé works authorities consultants assist installations included EU ETS Member State order ensure compliance lesgislation Nestlé 's priority continue improve energy efficiency worldwide activities (manufacturing logistics administration) results continuous reduction greenhouse gas emissions reduced energy usage 3% 1998 2007 period increasing production volume 76% objective achieve annual energy savings 1% 2% tonne product years addition fuel shift e g coal gas reduces greenhouse gas emissions result Nestlé far net seller GHG emission allowances European Union energy sector largest sources CO2 emissions energy prices increase fact companies try pass increased compliance costs non negligible impact administrative burden participation emission trading Nestlé factories developing countries present significant opportunity invest clean development projects (combustion plant fuel switching generation plants new process technologies etc) generate tradable emission sold improve capital investment payback Nestlé closely monitors legal development ISO work area greenhouse gas emissions periodically update costs / benefit analysis order able minimise financial impact EU ETS e g CDM JI projects addition numerous initiatives operating influence suppliers raw materials help improving environmental performance Sustainable Agriculture Initiative Platform participate Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP) order share strategy results ongoing effort enable performance benchmarked drive improvements small number companies having participated CDP Supply Chain Leadership Coalition (SCLC) trial raise awareness suppliers leading pilot supply chain inspire performance improvements help address issue efficiency energy savings operations currently conducting scientific quantitative approaches following ISO 14040 standard Life Cycle Assessment water CO2 footprint entire supply chain including production agricultural raw materials animal husbandry transformation transportation distribution consumption recycling food products major product categories enables clearly identify risks environmental priorities factories define help implement relevant additional improvement measures business partners including farmers traders retailers consumers

 
<>Would like provide additional information relating question provided
No 

 
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... 
risks related climate change fully considered operations investment decisions procurement managers account risks related resources availability purchasing strategy addition construction new plants requires thorough analysis future availability local natural resources including water energy

 
<>Would like provide additional information relating question provided
No 

 
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... 
Consumption products increase decrease weather evolution consumer habits changes seen risks and/or opportunities opportunity improve energy efficiency worldwide activities

 
<>Would like provide additional information relating question provided
No 

 
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... 
Consumption products increase/decrease weather evolution consumer habits changes seen risks and/or opportunities opportunity improve energy efficiency worldwide activities

 
<>Would like provide additional information relating question provided
No 

 
Question 1(b)(iii) General Opportunities
<>How does climate change present general opportunities company
We consider that climate change offers opportunities because... 
Consumption products increase/decrease weather evolution consumer habits changes seen risks and/or opportunities opportunity improve energy efficiency worldwide activities

 
<>Would like provide additional information relating question provided
No 

 
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. 
Consumption products increase/decrease weather evolution consumer habits changes seen risks and/or opportunities opportunity improve energy efficiency worldwide activities

 
<>Would like provide additional information relating question provided
No 

 
Question 1(b)(v) Financial Business Implications
<>How assess current and/or future financial effects theopportunities identified opportunities affect business
We assess current and/or future financial effects by... 
Consumption products increase/decrease weather evolution consumer habits changes seen risks and/or opportunities opportunity improve energy efficiency worldwide activities Related financial business implications fully integrated Activity Plans respective businesses

 
<>Would like provide additional information relating question provided
No 

 
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. 

 
<>Would like provide additional information relating question provided
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 2007Other Financial accounting year 31 December 2007

 
<>Would like provide additional information relating question provided
No 

 
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 
measure progress eco efficiency objective Nestlé performs periodical factory environmental surveys systematic comprehensive uniform approach assessing environmental performance factories past individual Nestlé factories used different methods track environmental performance consolidate data benchmark best practices allow internal external reporting established defines standardised environmental performance indicators (EPIs) Nestlé 1997 manufacturing sites required report performance results annually consolidation EPIs began Group wide basis significant difference products pharmaceutical group Alcon included stage consolidated Group EPIs cover manufacturing operations include greenhouse gases emissions Greenhouse gases defined sum site emissions CO2 main greenhouse combustion processes used manufacture Nestlé products CO2 emissions result burning fuels boilers roasters dryers electric generators year new version KPIs tracking tool software launched KPI's aligned GHG protocol started report data 2007

 
<>Would like provide additional information relating question provided
No 

 
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

 
<>Would like provide additional information relating question provided
No 

 
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
Start date 01 January 2007End date 31 December 2007

 
<>Scope 1 Direct GHG Emissions provide Total global Scope 1 activity Metric Tonnes CO2 e emitted
<>3920000 CO2e metric tonnes < text="">

 
<>b Total Scope 1 activity Metric Tonnes CO2 e emitted Annex Bcountries
<>2111521 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)
USA 854671
France 233416
Germany 144124
Brazil 179427
United Kingdom 206877
Italy 100285
Mexico 235356
Spain 182706
Canada 22638
Australia 43591
Russia 37259
China 188277
Japan 96107
Philippines 149068
Switzerland 49643
Rest World 1196556

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

 
<>d Total Scope 2 activity metric tonnes CO2 e emitted Annex Bcountries
<>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
23200000 MWh

 
<>f Total MWh purchased electricity Annex B countries
4397292 MWh

 
<>By country – MWh purchased electricity individual country
Country
USA 2055858
France 601958
Germany 261529
Brazil 373053
United Kingdom 284608
Italy 252752
Mexico 191323
Spain 99793
Canada 86079
Australia 155300
Russia 121896
China 150555
Japan 45820
Philippines 176479
Switzerland 103654
Rest World 17911298

 
<>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

 
<>Would like provide additional information relating question provided
Yes 
Scope 2 emissions released mid 2008 10% factories currently using renewable energy including biomass (coffee grounds wood cocoa nutshells) solar heat geothermic photovoltaic Corresponding renewable energy reported 2009

 
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)

 
<>Would like provide additional information relating question provided

 
Question 2(c)(i) Emissions – Scope 3 GHG Protocol
<>How identify and/or measure Scope 3 emissions
identify Scope 3 emissions product category LCAs

 
<>Please provide possible Details significant Scope 3 sources company
1 Agriculture raw materials2 Consumption 3 Distribution

 
<>b Details metric tonnes CO2 e GHG emissions following categories Employee business travel

 
<>ii External distribution/logistics
<>At step supply chain Nestlé addresses environmental aspects Comprehensive environmental surveys Nestlé distribution sites transportation activities conducted world Nestlé initiated pilot Schenker leading international integrated logistics companies determine environmental impact unit product delivered European land transport networks results study showed transport generated average 15 kg CO2 emissions tonne product delivered represents 10% CO2 generated manufacturing process equivalent emissions released standard passenger car travelling 100 kilometres Guidelines reducing environmental impact supply chain place regularly updated example practical information provided reducing energy consumption emissions warehouses use maintenance appropriate insulation better operating practices

 
<>iii Use/disposal company’ s products services
<>Food products generally entirely consumed product packaging remains consumption Nestlé firmly committed continue progress finding packaging solutions contribute better environment Reducing packaging material needed product safeguarding safety quality continuing key objective priority Nestlé years continued pursue packaging source reduction programme compromising product quality Packaging material savings 1991 2007 amounted 326’ 000 tonnes representing 17’ 700’ 00 GJ 1 million tons CO2 saved represents 310'00 passenger cars driven 1 year savings enabled reduce emisions packaging disposal stage order meet environmental policy requirements packaging efficient manner 2007 evaluation available eco design tools Eco design tools help minimize environmental impacts setting priorities product improvement evaluate components packaging minimize environmental footprint product market steps process considered extraction raw materials needed fabrication manufacturing distribution recovery selective collection recycling evaluating available tools & making comparisons conventional packaging life cycle assessment (LCA) PIQET tool developed Sustainable Packaging Alliance financial support Nestlé Australia selected Versus conventional clean slate LCA approaches PIQET shortens evaluation time considerably permits address environmental performance packaging systematic way concept stage giving maximized degree freedom change Following pilot PIQET fully implemented Nestlé Australia & rolled zones businesses 2008 PIQET provides information range environmental impacts including global warming cumulated energy demand solid waste eutrophication land use water usage addition packaging source rduction Nestlé supports industrial government efforts promote integrated waste management optimising resource conservation limiting waste material goes landfills provides practical sustainable integrates waste streams collection treatment methods environmental benefits economic optimisation Reuse recycling composting energy recovery landfilling integrated waste management

 
<>iv Company supply chain
<>We encourage agricultural raw material suppliers optimise energy usage sustainable agriculture practices noted agricultural raw materials used manufacture food products absorb CO2 growth

 
<>c Details methodology use quantify estimate Scope 3 emissions
addition numerous initiatives operating influence suppliers raw materials help improving environmental performance participate Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP) order share strategy results ongoing effort enable performance benchmarked drive improvements small number companies having participated CDP Supply Chain Leadership Coalition (SCLC) trial raise awareness suppliers leading pilot supply chain inspire performance improvements help address issue efficiency energy savings operations currently conducting scientific quantitative approaches following ISO 14040 standard Life Cycle Assessment water CO2 footprint entire supply chain including production agricultural raw materials animal husbandry transformation transportation distribution consumption recycling food products major product categories enables clearly identify environmental priorities factories define help implement relevant additional improvement measures business partners including farmers traders retailers consumers

 
<>Would like provide additional information relating question provided
No 

 
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
Bureau Veritas engaged provide external assurance Nestlé S Creating Shared Value (CSV) Report (the Report) reporting process preparation Report sole responsiblity Nestlé aim provide assurance stakeholders accuracy reliability objectivity information included Report scope assurance included review 1 Activities undertaken Nestlé reporting period January december 2007 (unless stated) 2 Information relating Nestlé 's issues responses performance data case studies underlying systems manage information data 3 Information external partners relating materiality assessment stakeholder convenings 4 evaluation Safety Health Environmental (SHE) data systems sample global operational sites review Bureau veritas undertook following Interviews key management al Nestlé 's head office Review processes identification collation relevant information report content performance data Group operations Verification performance data factual information Report Visits 18 operational sites 13 countries evaluate data management systems data reliability accuracy Pilot evaluation main principles AA1000 framework entailing review materiality analysis stakeholder mapping engagement Nestlé 's governance arrangements

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

 
<>Would like provide additional information relating question provided
Yes 
Assurance Statement following web page http //www nestle com/SharedValueCSR/CSVatNestle/Performance/AssuranceStatement htm

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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. 
GHG emissions inventory verified national global levels monthly basis Nestlé reporting subject independent assurance verification Bureau Veritas addition data manufacturing plants involved EU ETS validated independent party

 
<>Would like provide additional information relating question provided
Yes 
Assurance Statement following web page http //www nestle com/SharedValueCSR/CSVatNestle/Performance/AssuranceStatement htm

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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 
446 factories covered reporting data 2007 (less 5% variation 2006) 2006 scope does include pharmaceutical Nestlé factories (per tonne data comparable) Nestlé 's success reducing greenhouse gas emissions result focused efforts energy reduction fuel replacement initiatives generation activities phase ozone depleting substances 1998 CO2 emissions Nestlé manufacturing operations tonne product 53% energy consumption tonne product 45% period Nestlé production volumes increased 76%

 
Question 2(g) Emissions Trading
<>i) Does company facilities covered EU Emissions Trading Scheme
Yes, our company has facilities covered by the EU ETS. (Please answer 2(g)(i)(a), (b) and (c) and 2(g)(ii).)  

 
<>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
478550 Metric Tonnes CO2

 
<>1 January 2006 31 December 2006
513972 Metric Tonnes CO2

 
<>1 January 2007 31 December 2007
502304 Metric Tonnes CO2

 
<>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
365927 Metric Tonnes CO2

 
<>1 January 2006 31 December 2006
426276 Metric Tonnes CO2

 
<>1 January 2007 31 December 2007
413916 Metric Tonnes CO2

 
<>Phase II annual allowances1 January 2008 – 31 December 2008
554017 Metric Tonnes CO2

 
<>1 January 2009 – 31 December 2009
554090 Metric Tonnes CO2

 
<>1 January 2010 – 31 December 2010
592165 Metric Tonnes CO2

 
<>1 January 2011 – 31 December 2011
592241 Metric Tonnes CO2

 
<>1 January 2012 – 31 December 2012
592320 Metric Tonnes CO2

 
<>c) impact company’ s profitability EU ETS
Nestlé far net seller GHG emission allowances European Union Nestlé factories developing countries present significant opportunity invest clean development projects (combustion plant fuel switching generation plants new process technologies etc) generate tradable emission allowances sold improve capital investment payback

 
<>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
Nestlé factories developing countries present significant opportunity invest clean development projects (combustion plant fuel switching generation plants new process technologies etc) generate tradable emission allowances sold improve capital investment payback

 
<>CDM/JI
developed guideline CDM 2006 updated April 2008 explains concepts gives helpful information better understand process related type projects Nestlé 's current potential matter Nestlé opportunities generate CDM JI projects plants installations list potential countries eligible CDM JI projects developed JI CDM projects Nestlé sites contribute sustainable development country positively support Nestlé 's environmental efforts Relevant project types Nestlé comprise increase energy efficiency (in use steam heat) fuel swith gas biomass installation cogeneration

 
<>CCX

 
<>RGGI

 
<>Others

 
<>Would like provide additional information relating question provided
No 

 
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)
1034000000 US$

 
<>ii) percentage total operating costs does represent
2.7 %

 
<>iii) percentage energy costs incurred energy renewable sources

 
<>More details
10% factories currently using renewable energy including biomass (coffee grounds wood cocoa nutshells) solar heat geothermic photovoltaic Corresponding renewable energy reported 2009

 
<>Would like provide additional information relating question provided
No 

 
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
1997

 
<>If want information rolling target
fixing energy saving targets year

 
<>iii) emissions reduction targets period targets extend
Reducing GHG emissions driven Energy reduction targets set global local levels Globally target annual energy savings 1% 2% tonne product years Local initiated Clean Development Mechanism projects including fuel conversion (e g conversion coal natural gas Graneros factory Chile new generation plant Himeji factoy Japan ) Focused GHG reduction projects factories qualified EU Emissions Trading Scheme generation plants relevant Energy management software Renewable energy sources (solar energy biomass energy geothermal energy photovoltaic energy)This result annual GHG emissions reduction 1% 2% tonne product years

 
<>iv) activities undertaking reduce emissions renewable energy energy efficiency process modifications offsets sequestration targets set timescales extend
Nestlé committed realizing savings energy consumption set internal targets continuous improvement result reduction CO2 emissions achieved gradual replacement coal oil fired boilers cleaner gas fired boilers additional result air acidification potential sulfur oxide equivalents (SOx) reduced substantially 30% 1998 particular highlight commissioning state art generation plant Himeji Nescafé factory Japan installation won prestigious awards extremely high energy efficiency 92% significant reduction CO2 emissions 32000 tonnes equivalent discharged 6700 households milestone conversion Nescafé Milo factory Graneros (Chile) natural gas project accepted examples Kyoto Protocol establishing methodology generate tradable "emission credits" developing country emission rights subsequently sold Japanese power generator Nestlé extending long experience natural refrigerants industrial applications smaller commercial refrigeration units started building testing ice cream freezers CO2 refrigeration systems natural substance fulfils mos requirements expected moder refrigerant unlike currently available solutions HFCs HCs negligible impact environment inherently safe extreme conditions Natural refrigerants Ammonia CO2 represent 80% total refrigerants used Nestlé CFCs eliminated completely volume reduced 99 4% compared 1986 Nestlé initiated CFC phase programme Nestlé accelerated HCFC’ s (R22) phase 2 years Nestlé spend 36 millions euros phase projects using natural refrigerants end 2009 87% refrigerants used natural Reducing environmental impact transport high importance Nestlé Nestlé initiated pilot Schenker leading international integrated logistics companies detrmine environmental impact unit product delivered European land transport networks results study showed transport generated average 15 kg CO2 emissions tonne product delivered represents 10% CO2 generated manufacturing process equivalent emissions released standard passenger car travelling 100 kilometres Actions defined reduce transport related environmental impact giving consideration types vehicle used distances driven fuel type used loading degrees Othe examples Nestlé environmental achievements available www environment nestle com

 
<>v) investment required achieve targets time period
40000000 $

 
<>vi) emissions reductions associated costs savings achieved date result plan
1998 CO2 emissions manufacturing sites reduced 20% period production volume increased 76% resulting improvement GHG eco efficiency measured CO2 tonne product 55% detailed information available www environment nestle com

 
<>Would like provide additional information relating question provided
No 

 
Question 3(b) Emissions Intensity
<>i) appropriate measurement emissions intensity company
Metric tonnes of CO2-e per tonne output  

 
<>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)
0.095

 
<>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
43.6

 
<>Scope 2/ US$millions turnover

 
<>Scope 1/ EBITDA
312.1

 
<>Scope 2/ EBITDA

 
<>iii) company developed emissions intensity targets
Yes, we have developed emission intensity targets. (Please answer questions (a) and (b) below.) 

 
<>a) answer (iii) yes state emissions intensity targets
Reducing GHG emissions driven Energy reduction targets set global local levels Globally target annual energy savings 1% 2% tonne product years Local initiated Clean Development Mechanism projects including fuel conversion (e g conversion coal natural gas Graneros factory Chile new generation plant Himeji factoy Japan ) Focused GHG reduction projects factories qualified EU Emissions Trading Scheme generation plants relevant Energy management software Renewable energy sources (solar energy biomass energy geothermal energy photovoltaic energy)This result annual GHG emissions reduction 1% 2% tonne product years

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

 
<>Would like provide additional information relating question provided
Yes 
EBIT used instead EBITDA ii)

 
Question 3(c) Planning
<>Do forecast company’ s future emissions and/or energy use
Yes, we do. (Please answer questions (i) to (iii) below.) 

 
<>i) provide details forecasts summarize methodology used assumptions able quantified forecasts Scope 1 Scope 2 emissions and/or electricity consumption enter numerical data page
Environmental impact investments including related GHG emissions carefuly assessed R& D according methodology named Preliminary Environmental Safety Impact Survey

 
<>ii) factor cost future emissions capital expenditure planning
value CO2 emissions based average trading price used calculate pay investment

 
<>iii) considerations impact investment decisions
Value CO2 emissions right shorten pay investment

 
<>Would like provide additional information relating question provided
No 

 
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
Start date 01 January 2008End date 31 December 2008

 
<>Forecasted Scope 1 Direct GHG Emissions provide Forecasted Total global Scope 1 emissions Metric Tonnes CO2 e
<>Reducing GHG emissions driven Energy reduction targets set global local levels Globally target annual energy savings 1% 2% tonne product years Local initiated Clean Development Mechanism projects including fuel conversion (e g conversion coal natural gas Graneros factory Chile new generation plant Himeji factoy Japan ) Focused GHG reduction projects factories qualified EU Emissions Trading Scheme generation plants relevant Energy management software Renewable energy sources (solar energy biomass energy geothermal energy photovoltaic energy)This result annual GHG emissions reduction 1% 2% tonne product years

 
<>b Forecasted Total Scope 1 emissions Metric Tonnes CO2 e Annex B countries
<>Reducing GHG emissions driven Energy reduction targets set global local levels Globally target annual energy savings 1% 2% tonne product years Local initiated Clean Development Mechanism projects including fuel conversion (e g conversion coal natural gas Graneros factory Chile new generation plant Himeji factoy Japan ) Focused GHG reduction projects factories qualified EU Emissions Trading Scheme generation plants relevant Energy management software Renewable energy sources (solar energy biomass energy geothermal energy photovoltaic energy)This result annual GHG emissions reduction 1% 2% tonne product years

 
<>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

 
<>Would like provide additional information relating question provided
No 

 
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
Mr J Lopez Nestlé Executive Vice President Nestlé S Responsible Operations charge Climate Change related issues Nestlé Environmental Officers national level international head office charge managing climate change related issues compensation linked attainment energy savings GHG reduction targets Information Nestlé Policy Environment performance activities including related GHG emissions available annual Nestlé Management Report Nestlé Creating Shared Value Report Nestlé internet site (www environment nestle com)

 
<>ii) mechanism Board executive body reviews company’ s progress status regarding climate change
Following objectives KPI's Monthly Board meetings discuss evolution results perspectives addition monthly meetings Operations Sustainability Committee discuss new projects

 
<>Would like provide additional information relating question provided
No 

 
Question 4(b) Individual Performance
<>Do assess provide incentive mechanisms individual management climate change issues including attainment GHG targets provide details
Yes, we do. 
measure progress eco efficiency objective Nestlé performs periodical factory environmental surveys systematic comprehensive uniform approach assessing environmental performance factories consolidate data benchmark best practices allow internal external reporting established efines standardised environmental perfomance indicators (EPIs) Nestlé 1997 manufacturing sites required report performance results annually consolidation EPIs began Group wide basis 2005 KPI's reported monthly (like energy consumption)

 
<>Would like provide additional information relating question provided
No 

 
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 
Nestlé Creating Shared Value Report Annual Management Report describes climate change strategy projects results

 
<>ii) formal communications shareholders external parties
Yes 
Nestlé Creating Shared Value Report Annual Management Report describes climate change strategy projects results addition Investors Relations organize periodical meetings financial community

 
<>iii) voluntary communications Corporate Social Responsibility reporting
Yes 
Nestlé Creating Shared Value Report Annual Management Report describes climate change strategy projects results

 
<>Would like provide additional information relating question provided
No 

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Question 4(d) Public Policy
<>Do engage policymakers possible responses climate change including taxation regulation carbon trading provide details
Yes 
participate different international business organizations addressing climate change WEF ERT ICC CIAA local business organizations organizations engage policymakers

 
<>Would like provide additional information relating question provided
No 

 
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