DROP 70% tiï O Q, Sustainability Review (continued) Drop the C - reducing CO2 emissions HEINEKEN's carbon footprint 2017 THE Ambition 2030: =80%. Partnering Renewed Ambition HEINEKEN's journey towards renewable energy Introduction Report of the Executive Board Report of the Supervisory Board Our carbon footprint is made up of the CO2 emitted by all the activities linked to making and selling our products, from barley to bar. On average, we emit 68.1 kgCO2-e* per hl of beverage (based on 2017 data). 17% 11% Agriculture Malting and adjuncts Beverage production Packaging materials Logistics Cooling We began measuring our carbon footprint in 2010, when only a few of our operating companies were included and specific methodology was not yet available. Since then, our scope and the methodologies we use have expanded and improved. Scope: we have increased the scope of our carbon footprint calculation from 4 to 23 operating companies, covering 84% of our beverage production. Methodology: Our approach is aligned with the EU Beer Product Environmental Footprint pilot. We actively participated in this pilot, together with the Brewers of Europe, which has resulted in Product Environmental Footprint Category Rule for beer. We have updated our modelling in two areas in particular: - Calculation methodology and data sets for cultivation of crops, which have enabled us to increase the scope of agricultural impacts included in our carbon footprint calculations - Applied the 'Circular Footprint Formula' for packaging materials, which defines how energy use, recycled content and recycling rates of packaging materials can be balanced. Data collection and automation: our carbon footprint includes the entire value chain - from our own operations to suppliers, subcontractors and customers, across activities such as manufacturing and recycling of packaging and cooling beverages at points of sale. We increasingly use actual primary performance data, for example provided by our suppliers, rather than estimates. Our carbon footprint assessment is getting more accurate and we will continue to develop it in line with new methodologies and industry best practice. Extrapolated to 100% of companies. 12.9t CO2 for 84% op companies in scope. See our case studies online. Financial Statements Sustainability Review Heineken N.V. Annual Report 2018 Other Information Installing renewable energy irnldc and outside the brewery Renewable electricity used in production reduction in carbon emissions per hi in production from 2008 levels renewable enerqy in production Renewable thermal energy from biomass biogas used in production transformation closely with industry partners, suppliers, governments, customers consumers to achieve targets without buying unbundled certificates Cooling new targets will be set with science based targets for packaging, distribution cooling within two years Packaging targets will be set for the first time Distribution targets will be renewed and the scope will he extended

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