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This is what inclusive capitalism looks like

Members of the Council for Inclusive Capitalism share their best ideas and business actions for a more inclusive and sustainable capitalism on this platform. Business leaders can explore leading private sector actions and apply learnings to their own operations. The result is the most comprehensive public platform of private sector actions that profitably create value for everyone — employees, communities, shareholders, and the planet. The commitments to action in this collection are…

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We map our members’ commitments to action against existing frameworks for change, including the World Economic Forum International Business Council’s pillars for sustainable value creation — People, Planet, Principles of Governance, and Prosperity — and the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

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Sustainable.my Sustainable.my will work with organisations to improve energy performance of legacy equipment with a goal of reaching a 30% reduction in Scope 1 and 2 CO2 emissions by 2023.
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.
Aboitiz Equity Ventures Inc. Aboitiz Group, through Aboitiz Power, is committed to increase its renewable energy capacity to achieve a balanced 50:50 renewable and thermal energy portfolio by 2030. This is part of the group’s transition plans and climate strategy.
Aboitiz Equity Ventures Inc. Aboitiz Group is committed to exploring decarbonization pathways while ensuring affordable and reliable supply of growing energy needs in the Philippines by 2030. It is currently exploring how to eventually shift its baseload focus from coal to gas.
Ayala Corporation Ayala will increase renewable energy portfolio to 5 GW in the Philippines and in foreign markets by 2030 through AC Energy.
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.
DuPont DuPont will use science and innovation to address global challenges by aligning 100% of our innovation portfolio to meaningfully advance the UN SDGs by 2030, creating shared value for our global stakeholders and society.
Eni S.p.A. Eni will expand access to improved energy cooking services to 15,400 households in Angola, Ghana, and Mozambique between 2021-2024
Environmental Management Centre LLP Environmental Management Centre LLP will influence investors to be accountable, responsible and inclusive with a target that by 2030 we influence at least 20% of private investments in South Asia.
Estée Lauder Companies By 2025, we are committed to reducing our water withdrawal from our direct manufacturing sites by 20%, from a fiscal 2019 baseline, focusing on our high and extremely high water-stressed sites.
Estée Lauder Companies By 2025 we will have identified sensitive ingredient supply chains and developed robust biodiversity and social action plans for them.
Estée Lauder Companies By 2025, at least 95% of our palm-based ingredients (palm oil and its derivatives) will be certified sustainable from RSPO physical supply chains.
Estée Lauder Companies By 2025, 75-100% of our packaging will be recyclable, refillable, reusable, recycled, or recoverable.
Estée Lauder Companies By 2025, increase the amount of post- consumer recycled (PCR) material in our packaging to 25% or more.
Estée Lauder Companies Our ambition is to use responsibly sourced paper products whenever possible with a goal to have 100% of our forest-based fiber cartons FSC certified by 2025.
Estée Lauder Companies By 2030, reduce the amount of virgin petroleum content in our plastic packaging to 50% or less.
Farmz2u Farmz2U will ensure carbon sequestration and forest restoration by sequestering 600,000 tons of carbon by 2025.
Inclusive Capital Partners In-Cap is committed to promoting a low carbon economy and will aim to identify selected environmental metrics most material to each natural resource intensive company in its portfolio and encourage alignment with executive compensation by 2023.
iso20400plus Ltd iso20400plus Ltd will sponsor membership, advertisement & listing of 100 organisations in the least developed countries by 2025.
Johnson & Johnson By 2025, expand the Johnson & Johnson Supplier Sustainability Program to include all suppliers.
Johnson & Johnson By 2025, Johnson & Johnson is committed to source 100% of electricity needs from renewable resources.
Johnson & Johnson By 2030, Johnson & Johnson aims to achieve carbon neutrality in operations (Scope 1 & 2 emissions) globally.
Johnson & Johnson By 2030, Johnson & Johnson is committed to reduce absolute upstream value chain emissions 20% from 2016 levels.
Lori Dennis Inc. Lori Dennis Interior Design will promote environmental sustainability and social inclusion by working with companies who practice sustainable principals, by allocating 35% of the firms purchases to these companies in the next 24 months.
MAGHREB VENTURE PARTNERS Maghreb Venture Partners and its associated firm Emergence North Africa Partners will work with all stakeholders in order to achieve sustainable and bankable renewable energy projects in Libya, Algeria and Tunisia within a five year time frame.
Merck Our global water strategy aims to achieve sustainable water management within our operations and our supply chain. By 2025, we will maintain global water use at or below 2015 levels.
Montrose Capital Advisors, LLC Montrose will work to expand the sponsor base by at least two new full sponsors within the next year to enable 8 students to sustain access to quality Jesuit education.
Nestlé Our Forest Positive strategy builds on our decade-long work to end deforestation in our supply chains. Forest Positive means moving beyond just managing deforestation risks to targeting a positive impact on our broader sourcing landscapes.
Nestlé Nestlé will work towards a world where none of its packaging ends up in landfill or as litter on land or in seas, oceans and waterways, by making 100% of our packaging recyclable or reusable by 2025
Nestlé Nestlé will work towards a world where none of its packaging ends up in landfill or as litter on land or in seas, oceans and waterways, by reducing our use of virgin plastics by one third by 2025.
Nestlé Nestlé aims for 100% of key ingredients to be produced sustainably by 2030. We aim to achieve sustainable and resilient food supply chains in which growers and environments are protected.
PROGRESO Cementos Progreso will keep the clinker to cement ratio below the IPCC's global reference by using at least 25% of low carbon substitute materials by 2025.
Repsol Repsol will promote circular economy by recycling the equivalent of 20% of our total polyolefin production, and building the first low-emissions advanced biofuels plant in Spain, to reach a sustainable biofuel production capacity to 2Mtons by 2030
Salesforce Salesforce transitions our company and world toward clean, renewable energy and a low carbon economy. We are committed to reaching 100% Renewable Energy by FY22. By 2030, we support and mobilize the conservation, restoration, and growth of 100m trees
Stanley Black & Decker By 2030, SBD will achieve zero waste to landfill (ZWTL) across daily, direct operations (one-off construction and other events may be excluded).
TuT-GA TuT-Ga will enhance economic viability of projects that alleviate poverty and create jobs in distressed locations. Target set at 25% by 2023 for SMEs to upscale businesses, employ locals, and improve environmentally sound strategies.
VegTech Invest VegTech™ Invest is committed to animal welfare by reducing animal suffering through its invest strategies and product in the public markets which does not invest in meat and dairy companies. It will establish a plan to measure the impact by 2023.
VegTech Invest VegTech™ Invest is committed to addressing deforestation and biodiversity loss through its impact investment strategy, execution and product in the public markets. We are establishing tracking measurements to quantify this by 2023
VegTech Invest VegTech™ Invest is committed to addressing climate change through its impact investment strategy and product in the public markets. We believe the fund currently does this, and are establishing tracking measurements to quantify this by 12/1/2023.
Verizon Verizon will source or generate renewable energy equivalent to 50% of our total annual electricity consumption by 2025.
Verizon Verizon will achieve net zero emissions in our operations (scope 1 and 2) by 2035.
Verizon Verizon seeks to enroll 50% of its workforce in the Verizon Green Team by the end of 2026.

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