Green Supply Chain CITI

Corporate Climate Action CATI

  • CITI score

    47.66

    Total Possible Score: 100
  • Total rank

    31

    Out of 741 total brands
  • Industry rank

    2

    Out of 39 total brands in the Household and Personal Care industry
  • CATI score

    30.30

    Total Possible Score: 100
  • Total rank

    227

    Out of 1503 total brands
  • Industry rank

    13

    Out of 45 total brands in the Household and Personal Care 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 green supply chain management in China, and the frequency of communication with stakeholders occurs more often than quarterly, OR Brand appoints someone to follow up on green supply chain management in China, and employs the automatic reporting form provided by the Blue EcoChain or equivalent systems to communicate with stakeholders about green supply chain management.

  • 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 comprehensively pushes its suppliers in China, including suppliers with high environmental impacts, to use the Blue EcoChain or other automated methods 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: 18.00)

13.00
  • 2.1 Establish Screening Mechanism
    5.00

    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
    8.00

    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 OR continuously disclose information on corrective actions.

3.  Extend Green Supply Chain Practices(total score: 30.00)

11.60
  • 3.1 Responsible management of chemicals
    2.50

    Brand pushes problem suppliers to promptly issue public explanations regarding the reason for violation, corrective actions already undertaken or in progress, current compliance status in a timely manner, verify the effectiveness of the corrective actions or continuously disclose information on corrective actions, and pushes chemical suppliers to track their own environmental performance via the Blue EcoChain or other automated methods.

  • 3.2.1* Responsible management of wastewater
    0.60

    Brand extends its environmental management to wastewater generation, treatment and discharge along its supply chain, and publicly discloses matching requirements. Brand identifies which suppliers use offsite wastewater treatment facilities, and pushes those suppliers to publicly disclose the name of centralized wastewater treatment facilities receiving their wastewater, as well as the discharge standard stipulated in the agreement between the centralized wastewater treatment facility and the supplier, employs the Blue EcoChain or other automated methods to track the environmental performance of suppliers’ centralized wastewater treatment facilities.

  • 3.2.2* Responsible management of solid waste
    2.00

    Brand extends its environmental management to solid waste transportation, utilization and disposal along its supply chain, and publicly discloses matching requirements, and employs the Blue EcoChain or other automated methods to track the environmental performance of suppliers’ solid waste transportation, utilization and disposal entities.

  • 3.3 Responsible management of logistic supplier
    4.50

    Brand pushes its logistics suppliers to control environmental risks along their own supply chains, including: employing the Blue EcoChain or other automated methods to track their own suppliers’ environmental performance, pushing problem suppliers to issue public explanations regarding the reason for violation, corrective actions already undertaken or in progress, current compliance status in a timely manner, and pushing suppliers to track their own environmental performance via the Blue EcoChain or other automated methods. OR Brand reduces the environmental impact of logistics processes, and publicly shares best practices on scaling up the efforts to reduce the environmental impact of logistics processes along its supply chain.

  • 3.4 Supplier self-management
    2.00

    Brand pushes its suppliers to employ the Blue EcoChain or other automated methods to track their own suppliers’ environmental performance.

4.  Energy Conservation and Emissions Reduction(total score: 32.00)

8.06
  • 4.1 Push suppliers to reduce their energy use and carbon footprint, and disclose energy and climate data
    6.06

    Brand begins to calculate its greenhouse gas emissions, or publicly discloses its ongoing emissions reduction targets, or begins to manage emissions from its supply chain.

  • 4.2 Push suppliers to reduce resource use and pollutant emissions, and disclose pollutant release and transfer data
    2.00

    Brand has publicly disclosed resource use and efficiency, and pollutant reduction target(s) and the progress made against these targets.

5.  Promote Public Green Choice(total score: 6.00)

4.00
  • 5.1 Guide the public into paying attention to the environmental performance of its supply chains in China
    4.00

    Through product packaging, labeling, online and/or offline sales channels, the brand guides the public to understand environmentally friendly product design that is easy to sort, recycle and reuse, as well as the approaches and results of manufacturing, supply chain management, logistics, product use, waste product and packaging recycling, and other processes to reduce environmental impact or environmental footprint.

Note:

The total score of category 3.2 is 12, 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:
Policy Construction (total score: 5.00)

5.00
  • 1.1.1 Company has committed to climate actions and made climate declaration(s)
    2.00
  • 1.1.2 Company has developed corporate carbon neutrality plan and management system
    2.00
  • 1.1.3 Company has incorporated supplier carbon accounting and reporting into written documents such as the supplier code of conduct
    1.00

1.2  Governance:
Mechanism Construction (total score: 5.00)

3.00
  • 1.2.1 Company has integrated climate-related issues into its business strategy and has specific climate-related risk management procedures
    2.00
  • 1.2.2 Company has integrated climate-related issues into board-level oversight
    1.00
  • 1.2.3 Company offers capacity building and financial incentives, and/or launches innovative projects for suppliers to reduce emissions
    0.00

2.1  Measurement & Disclosure:
Scope 1&2 Emissions (total score: 9.00)

4.00
  • 2.1.1 Company has publicly disclosed Scope 1&2 emission data
    2.00
  • 2.1.2 Company has publicly disclosed comprehensive energy consumption and energy usage by energy types
    2.00
  • 2.1.3 Company has publicly disclosed carbon intensity or energy intensity
    0.00
  • 2.1.4 Company has publicly disclosed information on carbon emission trading
    0.00

2.2  Measurement & Disclosure:
Scope 3 Emissions (total score: 6.00)

3.00
  • 2.2.1 Company has publicly disclosed Scope 3 emissions
    3.00
  • 2.2.2 Company collects supplier carbon emission data on a regular basis
    0.00

2.3  Measurement & Disclosure:
Product Carbon Footprint (total score: 4.00)

0.00
  • 2.3.1 Company has publicly disclosed product carbon footprint
    0.00

3.1  Carbon Targets Setting:
Scope 1&2 Targets (total score: 7.00)

5.00
  • 3.1.1 Company has set and publicly disclosed its ongoing Scope 1&2 emission reduction targets
    3.00
  • 3.1.2 Company has set and publicly disclosed its Scope 1&2 carbon neutrality target
    0.00
  • 3.1.3 Company has set and publicly disclosed its renewable energy target
    1.00
  • 3.1.4 Scope 1 & 2 climate targets are certified or approved by a third party
    1.00

3.2  Carbon Targets Setting:
Scope 3 Targets (total score: 7.00)

3.00
  • 3.2.1 Company has set and publicly disclosed its ongoing Scope 3 emission reduction targets
    2.00
  • 3.2.2 Company has set and publicly disclosed its Scope 3 carbon neutrality target
    0.00
  • 3.2.3 Company has set specific objectives on promoting suppliers to set their own emission reduction targets
    0.00
  • 3.2.4 Scope 3 climate targets are certified or approved by a third party
    1.00

4.1  Performance against Carbon Targets:
Scope 1&2 Emission Reduction Progress (total score: 7.00)

5.00
  • 4.1.1 Company has publicly disclosed progress made against its Scope 1&2 emission reduction targets
    3.00
  • 4.1.2 Company has publicly disclosed progress made against its Scope 1&2 carbon neutrality target
    0.00
  • 4.1.3 Company has publicly disclosed progress made against its renewable energy target
    2.00

4.2  Performance against Carbon Targets:
Scope 3 Emission Reduction Progress (total score: 7.00)

3.00
  • 4.2.1 Company has publicly disclosed progress made against its Scope 3 emission reduction targets
    3.00
  • 4.2.2 Company has publicly disclosed progress made against its Scope 3 carbon neutrality target
    0.00
  • 4.2.3 Company tracks its suppliers’ target setting progress
    0.00

5.1  Climate Action:
Decarbonization in Company Operation (total score: 12.00)

1.00
  • 5.1.1 Company has conducted non-fossil energy utilization projects and/or green power procurement and disclosed associated emission reductions
    1.00
  • 5.1.2 Company has conducted energy monitoring and energy management
    0.00
  • 5.1.3 Company has conducted energy efficiency improvement projects and disclosed associated emission reductions
    0.00
  • 5.1.4 Company has conducted other types of emission reduction projects and disclosed associated emission reductions
    0.00
  • 5.1.5 Company has reduced emissions through carbon offsets, and disclosed associated emission reductions
    0.00

5.2  Climate Action:
Decarbonization in Value Chain (total score: 7.00)

0.50
  • 5.2.1 Company promotes suppliers to conduct corporate greenhouse gas and energy management
    0.00
  • 5.2.2 Company has launched emission reduction initiatives with raw material suppliers or supliers related to production manufacturing, and disclosed associated emission reductions
    0.00
  • 5.2.3 Company has launched emission reduction initiatives with logistics suppliers, and disclosed associated emission reductions
    0.50
  • 5.2.4 Company has published best practices on supply chain carbon management annually
    0.00
  • 5.2.5 Company has conducted emission reduction projects targeting other emission sources along the value chain and disclosed associated emission reductions
    0.00

5.3  Climate Action:
Affiliated Company Engagement (total score: 8.00)

0.00
  • 5.3.1 Affiliates have measured and publicly disclosed their carbon emission at facility level
    0.00
  • 5.3.2 Affiliates have set carbon targets, tracked and public disclosed reduction progress at facility level
    0.00

5.4  Climate Action:
Upstream Supplier Engagement (total score: 16.00)

0.00
  • 5.4.1 Direct suppliers have measured and publicly disclosed their carbon emissions at facility level
    0.00
  • 5.4.2 Direct suppliers have set carbon targets, tracked and publicly disclosed reduction progress at facility level
    0.00
  • 5.4.3 Indirect suppliers have measured and publicly disclosed their carbon emissions at facility level
    0.00
  • 5.4.4 Indirect suppliers have set carbon targets, tracked and publicly disclosed reduction progress at facility level
    0.00
  • 5.4.5 Company employs the Blue EcoChain or other automated methods to empower upstream suppliers to manage their supply chain carbon emissions
    0.00
Note:

As carbon hotspots vary from industry to industry, a weighting factor applies across four of the five CATI activity areas: Measurement & Disclosure (15%; Indicator 2.3.1 does not apply), Carbon Targets Setting (14%), Performance against Carbon Targets (14%) and Climate Action (43%). The default weighting factors for each industry are shown in the CATI Evaluation Guidelines.

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