Council Commitment Index​

Knowing that words alone are not enough, each organization is making a series of commitments about how we will operate our institutions to advance inclusive capitalism.

TO DATE WE HAVE 345 COMMITMENTS
FROM 92 ORGANIZATIONS

Organization Priority Areas Commitment SDGs
Able City Able City commits to designing for carbon neutrality in all new construction and major renovation projects by 2030.
Able City Able City will dedicate 200 hours annually toward legislative advocacy on causes pertaining to the UN’s Sustainable Development goals at the local, state, and federal level.
Able City By 2025, Able City will train 100% of architectural and planning associates to perform life cycle analysis on all projects; employees will be expected to educate and persuade clients to adhere to a high standard of climate stewardship.
Able City Able City will reduce carbon emissions by instituting a 20% work-from-home allowance to reduce commute- and office-related greenhouse gas emissions. The policy will be effective upon the reopening of the office in 2021.
Able City Able City, effective in 2022, will partially subsidize the cost of mass transit to reduce total automobile greenhouse gas emissions. Employees whose commute consists of 75% mass transit will qualify for a subsidy of $300.
Able City Able City will reduce carbon transport emissions by beginning to specify products sourced within 500 miles when available. Over the next two years, Able City will work with sub-consultants to prioritize and incentivize sustainable design choices.
Able City Able City will dedicate a minimum of 350 hours on an annual basis to the development of advocacy engagement tools with its non-profit affiliate, CityMakery, to enhance participation and collaboration with local governments.
Able City Able City will commit to planting 125 native trees over five years, targeting to sequester a minimum of 125 tonnes of carbon dioxide over forty years.
Ad Maiora By 2022 we will reduce the adoption and environmental impact of non-recyclable waste used in our organisation by 25%.
Ad Maiora Ad Maiora will promote sustainability by accelerating its digital transition with a sustainable approach. By 2025 Ad Maiora will be 75% paperless.
Ad Maiora Ad Maiora is committed to reducing carbon emissions by having a neutral carbon footprint for our activities by 2021.
Agronomics by G Squared Land Management AGRONOMICS is committed to reducing carbon emissions in the farming industry. Our approach to farming includes the proximity placement of facilities to reduce supply-chain logistics. All of the power to run these facilities is created onsite.
Agronomics by G Squared Land Management AGRONOMICS using proximity location of the farm and processing removes the need to transport crops. Research has shown that fresh crops in transport lose over 50% of their nutrient values. We process day of harvest to ensure high values.
Allianz Set long-term climate targets for our proprietary investments and business operations in line with the Paris Climate Agreement’s goal to limit global warming to 1,5°C. (Metric: Climate targets for prop. investments and bus. operations set by Q1 2021)
Allianz Fully phase out coal-based business models across our proprietary investments and property-casualty portfolios by 2040 at the latest.
Allianz Allianz will reduce CO2 emissions per employee by 30% by 2020 (2010 baseline 3.7tCO2e/employee) and energy consumption per employee by 30% by 2020 (2010 baseline 24.3 GJ/ employee) and will source 100% renewable energy by 2023, Status 2019: 49%
Amundi Amundi commits to integrating above-market ESG criteria into all asset management activities by having all actively managed open-ended funds maintaining a higher ESG score than their benchmark index by the end of 2021.
Amundi Amundi commits to investing in specific environmental and social initiatives by doubling targeted assets from €10 billion to €20 billion by the end of 2020.
Amundi Amundi commits to enhancing engagement with companies on key ESG issues across portfolios by becoming 100% ESG in its ratings, management, and voting by the end of 2021.
Amundi Amundi commits to disclosing the risks and opportunities presented by climate change by working with systemically important emitters to reduce emissions by 45% by 2030 compared with 2010 levels to meet net-zero targets.
Amundi Amundi commits to increasing social cohesion and solidarity by increasing the Finance et Solidarité fund from €200 million to €500 million in assets under management by 2021.
Ayala Corporation Ayala will increase renewable energy portfolio to 5 GW in the Philippines and in foreign markets by 2030 through AC Energy.
Ayala Corporation Ayala will upgrade to sustainable infrastructure to promote resource efficiency and clean technology, avoiding 36,135 tons CO2 through AC Infrastructure.
Ayala Corporation Ayala will promote and enable low-emission vehicles and demonstrate manufacturing value add of USD 1 billion through AC Industrials.
Bank of America Bank of America will mobilize an additional $300 billion in capital by 2030 through our Environmental Business Initiative to accelerate the transition to a low-carbon, sustainable economy.
Bank of America Bank of America is committing to maintain carbon neutrality and will work to reduce even further our carbon footprint by lessening Scope 1 and 2 emissions, and by purchasing 100% of our electricity from renewable sources.
Bank of America Bank of America is committing to additional transparency in how we govern our activities, including working with other financial institutions to create a methodology for measuring financed emissions and beginning to report financed emissions by 2023.
BELEAP BELEAP® is committed to remaining a consultancy firm without an office, contributing to a neutral carbon footprint for its activities and a sustainable economy by 2030.
BELEAP In 2021, BELEAP® is committed to integrating our SDG commitments in the post-acquisition integration strategy, bringing acquired companies up to par within three years after the acquisition and accelerating overall impact.
Boston Consulting Group In September 2020, BCG announced a new pledge to achieve net-zero climate impact by 2030 at the latest.
Boston Consulting Group BCG will address climate change by committing $400 million over the next decade to enable BCG teams to partner with clients to help them realize their ambitions through BCG’s Center for Climate Sustainability.
BP We aim to get to net zero on an absolute basis across the carbon in our oil and gas production by 2050 or sooner, with a target of 20% reduction by 2025 and aim for a 35 - 40% reduction by 2030.
BP We aim to halve the carbon intensity of the products we market by 2050 or sooner, with a target of 5% reduction by 2025 and aim for at least 15% reduction by 2030.
BP We aim to install methane measurement at our major oil and gas processing sites by 2023, publish the data, and then drive a 50% reduction in methane intensity in our operations.
BP We aim to increase the proportion of investment we make into our non-oil and gas businesses, by up to eight-fold by 2025 and 10-fold by 2030 to around $5 billion per year.
BP bp will more actively advocate for policies that support net zero, including carbon pricing.
BP We aim to incentivise our global workforce to deliver on our aims and mobilise them to become advocates for net zero, by linking compensation with low carbon metrics for around 37,000 employees and senior leadership.
BP Our new Regions, Cities and Solutions team will help countries, cities and corporations around the world decarbonize, aiming to partner with 10-15 cities and 3 industrial sectors: high-tech and consumer products, heavy transport and heavy industry.
BP bp commits to no oil and gas exploration and production in the most sensitive protected areas, and aims to achieve net positive impact on biodiversity in our new projects and to enhance biodiversity around our existing major operating sites.
BP We will support the market for Natural Climate Solutions to grow, aiming to have access to carbon credits from around 100 NCS projects in our portfolio.
BP We aim to reduce operational emissions to net zero by 2050 or sooner, with a target of 20% reduction by 2025 and aim for 30-35% reduction by 2030.
BP We aim to get to net zero on an absolute basis across the carbon in our oil and gas production by 2050 or sooner, with a target of 20% reduction by 2025 and aim for 35-40% reduction by 2030.
Brunello Cucinelli S.p.A. Brunello Cucinelli commits to reducing its environmental footprint by requiring supplier compliance with national and international environmental regulations.
Brunello Cucinelli S.p.A. Brunello Cucinelli commits to reducing its environmental footprint by moving office electricity suppliers to renewable energy.
Brunello Cucinelli S.p.A. Brunello Cucinelli commits to reducing its environmental footprint by reducing paper use across its business in accordance with the Paris Agreement.
Office of the California State Treasurer We commit to promoting a more just response to climate change by establishing a Green Bond Honor Roll and enlisting U.S. State Treasurers by 2023 who will make a public commitment to prioritizing the use of green bonds.
Canadian Hemp Farmers Alliance The Canadian Hemp Farmers Alliance will establishing hemp plastic manufacturing hubs around the world by 2050 which will help advance the sustainable development goals.
Capdesia Capdesia will support its portfolio companies to achieve carbon net-zero by reducing energy, water, waste, and greenhouse gas emissions, with one example of replacing 80-100% of single-use plastic packaging within three years of investment.
Capdesia Capdesia commits to ensuring that 100% of its restaurant portfolio companies and their suppliers produce and/or deliver safe, high quality, nutritious, great tasting, and sustainable foods to their customers.
DuPont DuPont will respond to the urgent need for climate action by reducing absolute Scope 1 and 2 greenhouse gas emissions 30% and sourcing 60% of electricity from renewable sources by 2030, and achieving carbon neutral operations by 2050.

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