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SUSTAINABILITY: Our 2020 Goals

SUSTAINABILITY: Our 2020 Goals

Coca-Cola Amatil’s sustainability framework is becoming embedded in our organisation as we report performance and set goals for continual improvement in our four pillars Our People, Wellbeing, Environment and Our Community. Our aspiration for sustainability is to build it into our culture and business practices, as an approach to business challenges.

We have made significant progress in both sustainability performance and reporting and are now well positioned to make confident public commitments for sustainability outcomes to be achieved by the end of 2020.

Our commitments and targets for 2020 have been developed in consideration of stakeholder feedback and materiality assessment based on business priorities and emerging issues in our operating environment. We consulted widely with stakeholders, including The Coca-Cola Company, which works closely with bottling partners to achieve global commitments aligned with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.

Between now and the end of 2020 we aim to:

  • Implement and embed our Human Rights Policy

  • Have a zero-harm workplace

  • Have at least 30% of Board, Senior Executive and Management Positions held by women and improve depth and breadth of representation across all functions and Businesses

  • Measure the sugar intensity of our non-alcoholic beverages portfolio in all countries of operation and reduce total sugar intensity by 10% in Australia and New Zealand (compared to 2016) (Sugar intensity is portfolio-wide                         weighted volume average total sugar content g/100ml)

  • Improve water intensity for non-alcoholic beverages to achieve no more than 1.95L/L and target a 25 per cent improvement in water efficiency for alcoholic beverages (compared to 2013) and food (compared to 2010)

  • Reduce the carbon footprint of the 'drink in your hand' by 25% (compared to 2010)

  • Use 60% renewable and low-carbon energy in our operations

  • Develop the business case for a weighted average of 50% recycled plastic in PET containers across the Australian portfolio including carbonated soft drinks

  • Screen 80% of supplier spend using responsible sourcing criteria

  • Allocate the equivalent of 1% of EBIT to community investment programs

Visit our latest Sustainability Report to learn more.