14 Efficiency drivers – people and technology High efficiency heaters Burner replacement programme Thermal imaging to drive upgrades and insulation
15 Progress on absolute carbon emissions too
16 The traction >> the challenge All energy used in PIUK manufacturing and distribution to be from renewable sources within 15 years All energy used in PIUK manufacturing and distribution to be from renewable sources within 15 years Energy To achieve radical carbon reduction, business will need Government to provide the right framework. There is no effective price on carbon, no penalty for the laggards, little reward or predictability for those who invest in solutions” Richard Evans, President PepsiCo UK & Ireland, September 2009 2008: Efficiency versus transformation:
17 “Traction” 2. Food waste 5 UK sites already at zero landfill
18 Huge strides towards zero landfill FROM THIS TO THIS
19 The traction >> the challenge Achieve zero landfill waste across our total supply chain within 10 years Waste Consumer challenges:
21 From alignment to metrics and action ADAS -Sustainable Potato Project KPIs, metrics and improvement plans developed around carbon, water, agrochemical and energy hotspots
22 : “Traction” 4. Carbon reduction label Launched on Walkers in 2007, Quaker in 2009 Our hope: Galvanise our business and suppliers to tackle “hotspots” Empower consumers to make environmentally considered choices
23 : The traction >> the challenge Consumers believe transparency will drive action/reduction: Consumer choice v speed of action required?
“Traction” 5. Public health
The traction >> the challenge
Half full or half empty?
27 Feedback / engagement Andrew Smith Head of Corporate Responsibility PepsiCo UK & Ireland email@example.com@intl.pepsico.com (+44) 07912 971090