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Sustainability Leaders Awards 2012


Sustainability Reporting WINNER: Coca-Cola Enterprises


Through its latest Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability report, Coca Cola Enterprises (CCE) is taking broader accountability outside its own operations and is working across its value chain as it seeks to grow a low-carbon, zero-waste business


In May 2012, CCE released its sev- enth company-wide CRS report, entitled “How can a drink build a more sustain- able tomorrow?”


Built on extensive stakeholder feed- back, the plan defines the company’s new sustainability vision, commitments and more challenging targets and dem- onstrates how CCE is delivering against its thirty seven targets in each of its seven CSR focus areas, which are Energy and Climate Change, Sustainable Packaging


L-r: compere Sue Perkins, CorporateRegister.com md Paul Scott. Lucinda Hensman, Coca Cola Enterprises


and Recycling, Water Stewardship, Product Portfolio, Active Healthy Living, Community and Workplace. In particular, it focuses on the two areas in which CCE intends to lead the indus- try, Energy and Climate Change and Sustainable Packaging and Recycling, and addresses how the company plans to innovate for the future.


Emphasising the importance of stake- holder engagement and collaboration, the report includes a range of ques- tions posed to CCE by stakeholders in


2011 and shows how the company has approached them.


“As we move forward on our CSR jour-


ney, we realise that we don’t have all the answers. Innovation and collaboration with our stakeholders is key, particular- ly in the context of the macroeconomic and societal challenges we continue to face. In partnership with our stakehold- ers, we seek to continue developing CSR solutions that benefit our company, our industry and society at large,” said John Brock, chairman and CEO.


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