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    The Journey To Sustainable Growth The Journey To Sustainable Growth Presentation Transcript

    • The Journey to Sustainable Growth: DuPont’s Energy and Greenhouse Gas Reduction Goals Michael Parr NGA Workshop February 28, 2002 (Image or color to replace gray area)
      • DuPont delivers Science-based solutions...
          • Food & Nutrition
          • Health Care
          • Apparel
          • Home & Construction
          • Electronics
          • Transportation
      • From a global company
          • 94,000 employees in 70 countries
          • 200 facilities in the US
    • Sustainable Growth
      • “ Creating shareholder and societal value while decreasing our environmental footprint” …. along the value chain
      • Chad Holliday - 1999
    • DuPont and Climate Change
        • Shaped by active participation in global scientific effort (IPCC)
        • Involvement began with ozone depletion
        • Concluded in 1991 that there is cause for concern
        • Analyzed DuPont emissions profile
          • Large CO2 emissions despite decades of energy efficiency gains
          • Significant N2O, CFC-23 emissions
        • Contributing to the problem.
    • DuPont Climate Change Goals
        • Established goals for 1990’s to:
          • Reduce global GHG emissions 50%, focus on non-CO2 gases
          • Increase energy efficiency by 15%, continues decades of effort
        • Driven by
          • Science of climate change
          • Recognition of DuPont’s “environmental footprint”
          • Goal of sustainable growth
          • Desire to contribute to the solution
    • How Have We Done?
        • Reduced greenhouse gas emissions from operations >60% globally
        • Energy consumption flat, despite 36% increase in production volume
    • 1995 2000 2005 2010 2015 1990 +50 +25 -25 -50 -75 DuPont Early Reductions % ‘90 0 BAU Impact of DuPont Early Actions
    • 1995 2000 2005 2010 2015 1990 +50 +25 -25 -50 -75 DuPont Early Reductions % ‘90 0 Environmental Benefit BAU Impact of DuPont Early Actions
    • 1995 2000 2005 2010 2015 1990 +50 +25 -25 -50 -75 DuPont Early Reductions % ‘90 0 BAU Impact of DuPont Early Actions Credit?
    • How’d We Do That?
      • Greenhouse gases
      • Nitrous oxide abatement in adipic acid process
      • HFC23 abatement in fluorochemical process
        • Energy Efficiency
        • 1/2 gains from efficiency projects, powerhouse modernization
        • 1/2 gains from changes in our processes and product mix
    • Greenhouse Gas Reduction Cost Marginal Cost of Greenhouse Gas Reduction Projects * + + + + + * * Priority For Investment
    • 100% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% 80% 60% 40% 20% Environmental Benefit Cost The “80-20” Rule You accomplish 80% of the environmental benefit with the first 20% of costs.
    • Goals For The Current Decade
      • Reduce global carbon equivalent emissions by 65% using 1990 as a base year
          • Kyoto basket
      • Hold total energy use flat using 1990 as a base year
          • More “knowledge-intensive” products
          • Reaching practical limits on yield and utilization gains
        • Source 10% of our global energy in 2010 from renewable resources
          • Heavily dependent upon external forces to ensure competitive pricing
    • DuPont Kyoto Greenhouse Gas Reductions 1990 - 2010
    • Why Are We Doing This?
      • Climate change poses a serious long term challenge
      • The human community will respond to that challenge
      • That response will have dramatic economic implications
    • A LONG TERM ISSUE Concentration ( ppmv ) 1000 800 600 400 Stabilization at: 1000 650 450 2X Pre- Industrial Potential Concentration Targets 2000 2100 2200 2000 Total Emissions ( CtC / yr ) 2100 2200 0 5 10 15 20 Toward Stabilization at: 1000 650 450 Developing country emissions “ Business as usual” Related Emission Pathways Total current emissions Kyoto Protocol
    • Our Business Challenge...
      • To Position DuPont for the Future
        • Get ahead of the curve
          • Ensure that DuPont businesses are positioned to compete globally in a market place increasingly dependant upon getting more from less
        • Position our businesses to be part of the solution
          • Gain the insight, and experience to help our industries and our customers prosper in that market place
    • The Interlocking Values of Sustainable Growth
    •