Green Supply Chain CITI

Corporate Climate Action CATI

  • CITI score

    68.79

    Total Possible Score: 100
  • Total rank

    9

    Out of 613 total brands
  • Industry rank

    2

    Out of 44 total brands in the IT industry
  • CATI score

    65.19

    Total Possible Score: 100
  • Total rank

    7

    Out of 678 total brands
  • Industry rank

    4

    Out of 49 total brands in the IT industry

CITI Category Scores Analysis

CATI Category Scores Analysis

CITI Category Scores Benchmarking

CATI Category Scores Benchmarking

CITI Category Scores

CATI Category Scores

1.  Responsiveness and Transparency(total score: 14.00)

11.00
  • 1.1 Respond to Enquiries and Engage with Public
    6.00

    Brand appoints someone to follow up on supplier(s) with environmental violation(s) (the frequency of communication with stakeholders occurs more often than quarterly) and pushes supplier(s) to issue public explanation(s). OR brand employs the automatic reporting form provided by the Blue EcoChain or equivalent system to communicate with stakeholders about suppliers’ environmental violations and the effectiveness of corrective actions.

  • 1.2 Promote Supply Chain Transparency
    5.00

    Brand updates published list of its suppliers in China at least annually and the list includes higher environmental impact suppliers, and publicly discloses supply chain environmental information in the form of a map, OR Brand pushes its suppliers in China, including suppliers with high environmental impacts, to use the Blue EcoChain or other automated system to track their own environmental performance and commit to provide public disclosures regarding violations in a timely manner, thereby accepting public supervision.

2.  Compliance and Corrective Actions(total score: 22.00)

19.00
  • 2.1 Establish Screening Mechanism
    8.00

    Brand employs the Blue EcoChain or other automated methods to track its suppliers’ environmental compliance AND comprehensively pushes its suppliers to track their own environmental compliance, including potential suppliers.

  • 2.2 Push Suppliers to Take Corrective Actions
    11.00

    Brand publicly requires supplier environmental compliance in writing and commits to stakeholders that it will push suppliers to adopt corrective actions, and pushes problem suppliers to promptly issue public explanations regarding the reason for violation, corrective actions already undertaken or in progress, and current compliance status in a timely manner, and pushes suppliers with high environmental risks to verify the effectiveness of the corrective actions. Additionally, Brand has reached a written agreement with its suppliers to join the Blue EcoChain or equivalent system to follow a set process for promptly adopting follow-up corrective actions and conducting information disclosure (even without brand involvement), and promoted its implementation.

3.  Extend Green Supply Chain Practices(total score: 32.00)

15.75
  • 3.1 Responsible management of chemical suppliers
    4.00

    Brand extends its environmental management to chemical suppliers, and publicly requires environmental compliance from these suppliers. Brand employs the Blue EcoChain or other automated methods to track chemical suppliers’ environmental compliance performance. Problem suppliers are pushed to take corrective actions and at least publicly disclose information about their environmental violation issues.

  • 3.2.1* Responsible management of wastewater
    1.50

    Brand pushes suppliers to notify centralized wastewater treatment facilities with environmental violations to adopt corrective measures.

  • 3.2.2* Responsible management of solid waste (including hazardous waste)
    5.25

    Brand pushes the solid waste transportation and disposal entities to track their own environmental compliance performance via the Blue EcoChain or other automated methods, OR pushes solid waste transportation and disposal entities with environmental violations to take corrective action and at least issue public explanations regarding the reason for the violation, corrective actions are already undertaken or in progress, and current compliance status.

  • 3.3 Responsible management of logistic supplier
    2.00

    Brand extends its environmental management to logistics suppliers, and publicly requires environmental compliance from these suppliers. Brand employs the Blue EcoChain or other automated methods to track logistics suppliers’ environmental compliance performance. Problem suppliers are pushed to take corrective actions and at lease disclose information about their environmental violation issues.

  • 3.4 Supplier self-management
    3.00

    Brand pushes direct suppliers to screen their own suppliers’ environmental compliance through supplier trainings or other programs. Brand pushes its direct suppliers to employ the Blue EcoChain or other automated methods to track their own suppliers’ environmental compliance. Problem suppliers are pushed to take corrective actions and disclose information about their environmental violation issues

4.  Energy Conservation and Emissions Reduction(total score: 24.00)

21.04
  • 4.1 Push suppliers to reduce their energy use and carbon footprint, and disclose energy and climate data
    13.04

    Brand calculates the greenhouse gas emissions from its value chain, publicly discloses its value chain reduction targets and implement initiatives to reduce greenhouse gas emissions across its value chain.

  • 4.2 Push suppliers to reduce resource use and pollutant emissions, and disclose pollutant release and transfer data
    8.00

    Brand has publicly disclosed resource use and pollutant emissions reduction target(s), and continuously pushes identified high resource users and/or polluters in its supply chain in China to measure and publicly disclose their PRTR data.

5.  Promote Public Green Choice(total score: 8.00)

2.00
  • 5.1 Direct the public attention to the environmental performance of Chinses suppliers
    2.00

    Brand guides the public through online interactions and/or offline activities to understand its best practices to motivate suppliers in China to improve their environmental performance.

Note:

The total score of category 3.2 is 10, while the conversion ratio for indicator 3.2.1 and 3.2.2 will vary by industry (See CITI Evaluation Guidelines-Appendix II)

1.1  Governance:
Pledged policies (total score: 6.00)

6.00
  • 1.1.1 Company has committed to climate actions and made a climate declaration
    1.00
  • 1.1.2 Developed carbon neutrality policies
    2.00
  • 1.1.3 Published specific policies to promote supply chain emissions reductions
    2.00
  • 1.1.4 Developed policies to guide low-carbon consumption
    1.00

1.2  Governance:
Mechanism construction (total score: 7.00)

7.00
  • 1.2.1 Company has integrated climate-related issues into its business strategy and has specific climate-related risks management procedures
    1.00
  • 1.2.2 Climate-related issues receive board-level oversight
    2.00
  • 1.2.3 Climate-related issues are included in supplier qualification/management mechanism
    2.00
  • 1.2.4 Company offers financial incentives for suppliers to reduce emissions
    2.00

2.1  Measurement & Disclosure:
Scope 1+2 emissions (total score: 12.00)

12.00
  • 2.1.1 Company has publicly disclosed its total scope 1 and 2 GHG emissions
    2.00
  • 2.1.2 Company has publicly disclosed its scope 1 emissions
    1.00
  • 2.1.3 Company has publicly disclosed its scope 2 emissions
    1.00
  • 2.1.4 Provides third party verification/assurance (or has attempted to verify the accuracy of its emissions through digital mode)
    2.00
  • 2.1.5 Reports its carbon intensity
    2.00
  • 2.1.6 Reports its energy consumption
    1.00
  • 2.1.7 Reports its energy efficiency
    1.00
  • 2.1.8 Reports its energy use
    1.00
  • 2.1.9 Discloses its information on carbon allowances/offsets
    1.00

2.2  Measurement & Disclosure:
Scope 3 emissions (total score: 8.00)

8.00
  • 2.2.1 Company has publicly disclosed its total Scope 3 emissions
    1.00
  • 2.2.2 Company has publicly disclosed supply chain emissions
    1.00
  • 2.2.3 Company has identified the largest sources of emissions across the supply chain and has started to collect emissions data from carbon hotspot suppliers
    1.00
  • 2.2.4 Company collects GHG emissions information from more than 40% of suppliers
    1.00
  • 2.2.5 Company collects GHG emissions information from more than 80% of suppliers
    2.00
  • 2.2.6 Company collects GHG emissions information at least annually from suppliers
    1.00
  • 2.2.7 Company collects GHG emissions information at least quarterly from suppliers
    1.00

3.1  Targets & Performance:
Scope 1+2 targets (total score: 11.00)

4.00
  • 3.1.1 Company has publicly disclosed its ongoing emissions reduction targets
    0.00
  • 3.1.2 Targets are approved by the Science-Based Targets initiative
    0.00
  • 3.1.3 Company has publicly disclosed its carbon neutrality target
    2.00
  • 3.1.4 Company has publicly disclosed its renewable energy target
    2.00

3.2  Targets & Performance:
Scope 3 targets (total score: 12.00)

8.00
  • 3.2.1 Company has publicly disclosed its ongoing emissions reduction targets
    0.00
  • 3.2.2 Company has publicly disclosed its carbon neutrality target
    3.00
  • 3.2.3 Company has publicly disclosed its supply chain emissions reduction targets
    2.00
  • 3.2.4 Sets specific objectives on promoting suppliers in China to set emissions reduction targets
    3.00

3.3  Targets & Performance:
Performance against Scope 1+2 targets (total score: 3.00)

2.00
  • 3.3.1 Company has reported on progress made against its emissions reduction targets
    1.00
  • 3.3.2 Company has reported on progress made against its carbon neutrality target
    0.00
  • 3.3.3 Company has reported on progress made against its renewable energy target
    1.00

3.4  Targets & Performance:
Performance against Scope 3 targets (total score: 6.00)

4.00
  • 3.4.1 Company has reported on progress made against its emissions reduction targets
    0.00
  • 3.4.2 Company has reported on progress made against its carbon neutrality target
    0.00
  • 3.4.3 Company has reported on progress made against its supply chain emissions reduction targets
    1.00
  • 3.4.4 Followed up on supplier targets setting progress through public reporting in IPE's PRTR program
    3.00

4.1  Climate Action:
Owned operation management (total score: 10.00)

6.00
  • 4.1.1 Company has implemented low-carbon energy initiatives and disclosed associated emissions reductions for its Scope 1 and 2 emissions
    1.00
  • 4.1.2 Implemented low-carbon energy initiatives and disclosed associated emissions reductions (covered more than 10% of Scope 1+2 emissions)
    1.00
  • 4.1.3 Implemented low-carbon energy initiatives and disclosed associated emissions reductions (covered more than 40% of Scope 1+2 emissions)
    1.00
  • 4.1.4 Implemented energy efficiency initiatives and disclosed associated emissions reductions for its Scope 1 and 2 emissions
    1.00
  • 4.1.5 Implemented energy efficiency initiatives and disclosed associated emissions reductions (covered more than 10% of Scope 1+2 emissions)
    1.00
  • 4.1.6 Implemented energy efficiency initiatives and disclosed associated emissions reductions (covered more than 40% of Scope 1+2 emissions)
    1.00
  • 4.1.7 Implemented other emissions reduction initiatives and disclosed associated emissions reductions for its Scope 1 and 2
    0.00
  • 4.1.8 Implemented other emissions reduction initiatives and disclosed associated emissions reductions (covered more than 10% of Scope 1+2 emissions)
    0.00
  • 4.1.9 Implemented other emissions reduction initiatives and disclosed associated emissions reductions (covered more than 40% of Scope 1+2 emissions)
    0.00

4.2  Climate Action:
Supply chain management (total score: 10.00)

7.00
  • 4.2.1 Company has integrated climate change is into supplier evaluation processes
    2.00
  • 4.2.2 Climate change is included in supplier training and capacity building
    1.00
  • 4.2.3 Climate change is promoted as an area for innovation for suppliers
    1.00
  • 4.2.4 Company has launched emissions reduction initiatives in cooperation with pilot suppliers and disclosed associated emissions reductions
    1.00
  • 4.2.5 Company has launched emissions reduction initiatives in cooperation with pilot suppliers and disclosed associated emissions reductions (more than 10% participation)
    0.00
  • 4.2.6 Company has launched large-scale emissions reduction initiatives and disclosed associated emission reductions (more than 40% participation)
    0.00
  • 4.2.7 Company has published best practices in supply chain GHG reduction initiatives annually
    2.00

4.3  Climate Action:
Supply chain emissions disclosure (total score: 25.00)

6.00
  • 4.3.1 Company requires suppliers to calculate and disclose their GHG emissions annually
    1.00
  • 4.3.2 Company requires suppliers to calculate and disclose their GHG emissions annually (more than 10%)
    1.00
  • 4.3.3 Company requires suppliers to calculate and disclose their GHG emissions annually (more than 40%)
    0.00
  • 4.3.4 Company requires suppliers to set and disclose their own emissions reduction targets and performance against targets
    1.00
  • 4.3.5 Company requires suppliers to set and disclose their own emissions reduction targets and performance against targets (more than 10%)
    0.00
  • 4.3.6 Company requires suppliers to set and disclose their own emissions reduction targets and performance against targets (more than 40%)
    0.00
  • 4.3.7 Company requires indirect carbon hotspot suppliers upstream in supply chain to calculate and disclose their GHG emissions annually
    1.00
  • 4.3.8 Company requires indirect carbon hotspot suppliers upstream in supply chain to calculate and disclose their GHG emissions annually (more than 10%)
    1.00
  • 4.3.9 Company requires indirect carbon hotspot suppliers upstream in supply chain to calculate and disclose their GHG emissions annually (more than 40%)
    0.00
  • 4.3.10 Company requires indirect carbon hotspot suppliers upstream in supply chain to set and disclose their emissions reduction targets and performance against targets
    1.00
  • 4.3.11 Company requires indirect carbon hotspot suppliers upstream in supply chain to set and disclose their emissions reduction targets and performance against targets (more than 10%)
    0.00
  • 4.3.12 Company requires indirect carbon hotspot suppliers upstream in supply chain to set and disclose their emissions reduction targets and performance against targets (more than 40%)
    0.00
  • 4.3.13 Company employs the Blue EcoChain tool to empower upstream suppliers on supply chain emissions management
    0.00
Note:

As carbon hotspots vary from industry to industry, a weighting factor applies across three of the four CATI activity areas: Measurement & Disclosure, Targets & Performance, and Climate Action. The default weighting factors for each industry are shown in the CATI Evaluation Guidelines.

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Communication Updates

  • required factory to report its annual resource use and emissions data.
    This factory, through motivation from its stakeholder Foxconn, actively reported its 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020 pollutant release and transfer registry (PRTR) data.
    Shenzhen
     Uploaded PRTR Data
    ● Enterprise has uploaded annual emissions data;
    ●Driving force: Stakeholders and environmentally conscious consumers.
    Publication Date:2021/12/5 21:17:25
  • required factory to issue an explanation for supervision record(s).
    This factory, through motivation from its stakeholder Foxconn, actively communicated with environmental groups to issue an explanation for its supervision record(s) from the year(s) 2012, 2015, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020.
    Guangzhou
     Explanation
    ● Rectification progress: Enterprise with violations issue a public explanation;
    ● Driving force: Stakeholders and environmentally conscious consumers.
    Publication Date:2021/12/2 13:53:48
  • required factory to conduct an audit for its supervision record(s).
    This factory, through motivation from its stakeholder Foxconn, actively communicated with environmental groups to implement corrective actions for its supervision record(s) from the year(s) 2017, and underwent a third-party audit to verify the effectiveness of its corrective actions.
    Quanzhou
     Audit
    ● Rectification progress:Enterprise with violations complete the relevant GCA third-party audits to verify the completion and effectiveness of its corrective actions;
    ●Driving force: Stakeholders and environmentally conscious consumers.
    Publication Date:2021/12/1 10:32:02
  • required factory to disclose its annual resource use and emissions data.
    This factory, through motivation from its stakeholder Foxconn, actively reported its 2018, 2019, 2020 pollutant release and transfer registry (PRTR) data, which have already been publicly disclosed via IPE’s website.
    Suzhou
     Disclosed PRTR Data
    ● Enterprise has published annual emissions data;
    ●Driving force: Stakeholders and environmentally conscious consumers.
    Publication Date:2021/11/26 17:35:51
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