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For references, also see previous question: [[Beer Climate Change Question 2]]. Except targets, we also question brands to show a minimum actual performance. A base year of 2007 or 2008 is acceptable for this question.  
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Revision as of 18:09, 12 July 2011

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Question

Has the brand already reduced the absolute carbon footprint of own operations by 10% in the last five years?

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Reference

For references, also see previous question: Beer Climate Change Question 2. Additional to targets, it is even important that brands show a minimum actual performance in the recent past.

Ranking guideline

‘Yes’ is applicable when:

  • The brand/company publishes a reduction which is 10% or more for the last 5 years

‘No’ is applicable when:

  • The brand or company publishes an absolute carbon emission reduction which is less than 10% for the last 5 years.

‘?’ is applicable when:

  • The brand/company does not publish its absolute carbon emissions reductions on the website

Answering guidelines

Answer Yes:

  • [Brand] has reduced its absolute carbon emissions, by [...%] based on [..yr.] levels (see link/page...).

Answer No:

  • [Brand] has reduced absolute carbon emissions, by [...%] based on […yr.] levels (see link/page...). Brand performance is lower than average performance for this sector.
  • [Brand] explicitly says not to [...] (see link/page...)

Answer ?:

  • [Brand] does not communicate any information about its absolute carbon emission reductions if there is one, on its website. Sustainability information should be easily accessible for consumers to make responsible choices.

Hints/Reminders

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