Webshops

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  1. Criteria Carbon Emissions
    1. Is there a policy for the webshop (company) to minimize, reduce or compensate carbon emissions? See Generic Carbon Emissions Question 1
    2. Has the brand (company) disclosed the annual absolute carbon footprint of its 'own operations'? See Generic Carbon Emissions Question 2
    3. Has the brand (company) already reduced or compensated its absolute 'own operations' carbon footprint by at least 10% in the last 5 years? See Generic Carbon Emissions Question 3
    4. Has the brand (company) set a target to reduce its absolute ‘own operations’ carbon emissions by at least 20% within the next 5 years? See Generic Carbon Emissions Question 4
    5. Is at least 50% of the electricity used by the brand (company) generated from renewable resources, such as wind or solar energy? See Generic Carbon Emissions Question 5
    6. Is at least 100% of the electricity used by the brand (company) generated from renewable resources, such as wind or solar energy? See Generic Carbon Emissions Question 5
    7. Is the average Power Usage Efficiency (PUE) of its used data centers below 1,4? See Website Climate Change Question 9
    8. Is the average utilization ratio of its used data centers higher than 20%? Website Climate Change Question 10
    9. Is the temperature at the front side of server equipment at least 22 degrees Celsius? ON HOLD TILL FURTHER NOTICE
    10. Has the webshop disclosed the annual absolute carbon footprint of all transport to and from the consumer (=including returns)? Webshops Carbon Emissions Question 1
    11. Has the webshop reduced the absolute carbon footprint of all transport from and to the consumers? Webshops Carbon Emissions Question 2
    12. Has the webshop reduced the average carbon emissions per package as send out to consumers? Webshops Carbon Emissions Question 3
    13. Does the webshop inform visitors about the carbon emissions of transport options? ON HOLD TILL FURTHER NOTICE: in NL and DE no transport options common such as speed delivery with air freight.
    14. Does the webshop offer consumers the option to send their orders 'climate neutral' through credible carbon compensation programs? Webshops Carbon Emissions Question 4
    15. Does the webshop send at least 5% of the order volume as 'climate neutral'? Webshops Carbon Emissions Question 5
    16. Does the webshop send at least 10% of the order volume as 'climate neutral'? Webshops Carbon Emissions Question 5
    17. Does the webshop send at least 25% of the order volume as 'climate neutral'? Webshops Carbon Emissions Question 5
    18. Does the webshop send at least 50% of the order volume as 'climate neutral'? Webshops Carbon Emissions Question 5
    19. Does the webshop send the full order volume including returns as 'climate neutral'? Webshops Carbon Emissions Question 5
    20. Does the webshop take concrete policy measures to reduce the return rate? Webshops Carbon Emissions Question 6
    21. Has the webshop achieved a return rate of 25% (for clothing and shoes 50%) at highest? Webshops Carbon Emissions Question 7
    22. Has the webshop achieved a return rate of 20% (for clothing and shoes 40%) at highest? Webshops Carbon Emissions Question 7
    23. Has the webshop achieved a return rate of 15% (for clothing and shoes 30%) at highest? Webshops Carbon Emissions Question 7
  2. ENVIRONMENTAL CRITERIA
    1. Does the brand (company) publish its annual material footprint that includes packaging materials? // NL: Publiceert het merk (bedrijf) een 'voetafdruk' van het totale materiaalgebruik inclusief het verpakkingsmateriaal? // DE (following) See Electronics Update Question 1
    2. Does the brand have clear objectives to minimize the environmental impact of packaging, by reducing, re-using and recycling, and does the brand annually report on these results? See Generic Ecology Question 2
    3. Has the webshop reduced the average weight of packaging material per shipped package? Webshops Ecology Question 1
    4. Does at least 80% of the total use of carton for shipping boxes originate from environmentally responsible sources, such as recycled paper or FSC certified carton? See Webshops Ecology Question 2
    5. Does at least 85% of the total use of carton for shipping boxes originate from environmentally responsible sources, such as recycled paper or FSC certified carton? See Webshops Ecology Question 2
    6. Does at least 90% of the total use of carton for shipping boxes originate from environmentally responsible sources, such as recycled paper or FSC certified carton? See Webshops Ecology Question 2
    7. Does at least 95% of the total use of carton for shipping boxes originate from environmentally responsible sources, such as recycled paper or FSC certified carton? See Webshops Ecology Question 2
    8. Does all the used carton for shipping boxes originate from environmentally responsible sources, such as recycled paper or FSC certified carton? // NL: Is het totale gebruik van karton voor pakketdozen van duurzame oorsprong, bijvoorbeeld gerecycled of FSC-gecertificeerd karton? See Webshops Ecology Question 2
    9. Does the webshop use environmentally preferable tape, or no tape at all for all the shipping boxes? Webshops Ecology Question 3
    10. Does the webshop have a policy to increase the assortment of environmentally preferred products, such as organic food, FSC certified paper for books and furniture, or progressive environmental standards for the production of clothing and electronics? Webshops Ecology Question 4
    11. Has the brand already achieved clear milestones in expanding the environmentally preferred assortment? Webshops Ecology Question 5
    12. Does the webshop offer consumers independent information about the sustainability credentials of products in the assortment? Webshops Ecology Question 6
    13. Does the webshop have a tool to filter out the environmentally preferred brands and products? Webshops Ecology Question 7
  3. CRITERIA ARBEIDSOMSTANDIGHEDEN EN FAIRTRADE
    1. Has the brand a policy to increase the 'fair' assortment of products such as fairtrade food, FSC certified paper for books and furniture, or progressive labour standards for the production of clothing and electronics? Webshops Fair Labour Question 1
    2. Has the brand already achieved clear milestones in expanding the 'fair' assortment? Webshops Fair Labour Question 2
    3. Does the webshop offer consumers independent information about the sustainability credentials of products in the assortment? Webshops Fair Labour Question 3
    4. Does the webshop have a tool to filter out the 'fair' brands and products? Webshops Fair Labour Question 4
    5. Has the webshop disclosed all labour standards and code of conducts for permanent staff and temporary staff specially in distribution centers and at the shipping companies? Webshops Fair Labour Question 5
    6. Has the webshop a concrete policy to work with a minimum percentage of permanent staff? Webshops Fair Labour Question 6
    7. Is the percentage of permanent staff in the distribution centers higher than the sector average? Webshops Fair Labour Question 7
    8. Has the webshop set a maximum to the daily walking distance for workers in the distribution centers? Webshops Fair Labour Question 8
    9. Has the webshop complaint procedures available for all staff (hired and temporary) and does the webshop yearly disclose the results through its website? Webshops Fair Labour Question 9