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Consumer Discretionary


Nordic 260 response rate: Consumer Discretionary Overall: 47% (14 of 30)


Key Industries within the sector: Hotels, Restaurants & Leisure (1 of 7); Household Durables (4 of 6); Media (4 of 5)


Responders: Amer Sports Clas Ohlson Ekornes Electrolux


H&M Hennes & Mauritz Hexpol Husqvarna Modern Times Group MTG Nobia


Royal Caribbean Cruises Sanoma Schibsted Stockmann


Largest non-respondents include: Pandora, Autoliv, Fiskars


Fig 22: Emissions disclosure (million metric tons CO2e)


(86% disclosed) Scope 3 (93% disclosed) Scope 2 (93% disclosed) Scope 1 0 1 2 3 4 5


Opportunities reported • First-mover advantages for firms with climate-friendly and energy- saving products.


• Increased demand for brands with a strong reputation for sustainability.


• Increased demand for products such as water-efficient household appliances; reduced costs for raw materials such as newsprint in the event of higher temperatures and water shortages.


Risks reported • Reputational risks including damage to brands that consumers do not regard as environmentally sustainable.


• Compliance costs due to product regulations and/or some risk of lost sales in the event of failure to comply.


• Higher costs for energy, fuel and raw materials due to emissions taxes and regulation.


Key actions • Measures to improve the efficiency of heating, cooling, lighting and operations in offices, shops, data centres, printing presses, etc.


• Emissions limits for company cars and delivery vehicles; eco-driving training for drivers; smart transport logistics to minimise distances travelled.


• Improved product design and manufacture by means of lifecycle analyses.


Performance indicators


Average disclosure score Verification rate Scope 1 Verification rate Scope 2


Share with emissions reduction targets Change in emissions during 2010


Nordic 260 64


47% 38% 67%


+0.9%


Consumer Discretionary


62


14% 14% 46%


+4.5%


‘Compared to conventional skis, the Nomad Renu uses 30% less fiberglass and epoxy resins. The top sheet is produced with rapeseed oil, while recycled materials are used for the production of the base and steel edges. The special combination of a laminated ash core and a nut veneered top reinforcement makes energy-intensive aluminium components unnecessary and as a result, the carbon footprint has been reduced by 50%.’


Amer Sports


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