On the 25 September 2015, United Nations world leaders laid down 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to end poverty, fight inequality and injustice, and tackle climate change by 2030. The
1. No poverty
We are committed to supporting the communities in which we operate. We aim to invest 1% of our annual pre-tax profit to support charitable and community partners.
2. Zero hunger
In Great Britain, we established a partnership with the charity FareShare to ensure that any surplus stock is donated to local projects and charities. Drinks worth an equivalent value of £100k were donated in 2014.
3. Good health and wellbeing
Obesity is a complex challenge, influenced by many factors. We understand that diet and calorie intake, including calories in our products can have an impact on health and wellbeing.
4. Quality education
5. Gender equality
We seek to attract, develop and motivate a workforce that reflects the diversity of the communities in which we operate. We aspire to have a minimum of 40% of women in both management and leadership grades by 2025.
6. Clean water and sanitation
CCEP protects the future sustainability of local water sources and undertake source vulnerability assessments to assess water quality and water scarcity risks. They use as little water as possible and aim to use 1.2 liters of water for each litre of product they make. CCEP safely return to nature 100% of the wastewater from their manufacturing operations.
7. Affordable and clean energy
CCEP are part of the RE100 initiative and have committed to source 100% of their electricity from renewable sources by 2020. This will help them to reduce the carbon footprint of their products by a third by 2020.
8. Decent work and economic growth
CCEP aim to achieve world-class safety standards and a zeroaccident workplace. They have also developed our Sustainable Agriculture Guiding Principles to ensure that CCEP suppliers respect human and workplace rights across their value chain.
9. Industry, innovation and infrastructure
10. Reduced inequalities
11. Sustainable cities and communities
12. Responsible consumption and production
CCEP supports the circular economy, aiming to use as little packaging material as possible, instead using both recycled and renewable materials. All their cans and bottles are fully recyclable, and their manufacturing sites send zero waste to landfill.
13. Climate action
CCEP will substantially reduce the carbon footprint of their manufacturing operations, transportation and refrigeration equipment – enabling them to reduce the carbon footprint of their core business operations by 50% by 2020. They’ll also deliver carbon reductions across their wider value chain, including their packaging and ingredients.
14. Life below water
CCEP protect the future sustainability of the water sources they use and aim to replenish the water they use in areas of water stress. The
15. Life on land
The long-term availability of CCEP's key agricultural ingredients is crucial to our business - every bottle of
16. Peace, justice and strong institutions
17. Partnerships for the goals
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