GRI 305-5 Reduction of GHG emissions

  • Travel remains the leading factor in emissions: we are continuing to strengthen our travel policy, and to introduce teleconference rooms and collaborative distance working tools.

  • Carbon intensity and trajectory

    Years Carbon intensity – per capita (Teq CO2) Carbon trajectory - Objective 2030 (intensity) (Teq CO2)
    2016 4.77 4.73
    2015 5 4.84
    2014 5.17 4.94
    2013 5.03 5.04
    2012 5.01 5.15
    2011 5.04 5.25

    Greenhouse Gas Emissions scope 1, 2 and 3 (GHG Protocol)

    Years Scope 1 (Teq CO2) Scope 2 (Teq CO2) Scope 3 (Teq CO2) Scope 1+2+3 (Teq CO2)
    2016 12,374 78,890 284,851 376,115
    2015 9,453 86,315 285,499 381,266
    2014 9,385 69,674 250,440 329,499
    2013 9,141 68,576 240,447 318,163
    2012 8,522 70,672 208,093 287,287
    2011 7,722 66,801 195,965 270,488
    2010 10,336 60,368 163,319 234,023
    2009 27,749 74,287 143,734 245,770

    Reduction in carbon emissions

    Years Carbon intensity evolution (%) Carbon intensity (Teq CO2) Scope 1+2+3 evolution (%) Scope 1+2+3 (Teq CO2)
    2016 - 4.77 - 376,115
    2015 - 5 16 381,266
    2014 3 5.17 4 329,499
    2013 1 5.03 11 318,163
    2012 - 5.01 6 287,287
    2011 4 5.04 16 270,488
    2010 - 4.82 - 234,023
    2009 - 5.46 - 245,770