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Presentations from our EICC conference Responsible Electronics 2013, Oct 1-3 in California.

Presentations from our EICC conference Responsible Electronics 2013, Oct 1-3 in California.

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  • Dell’s guidelines for suppliers:report scope 1 and 2 emissionsset public goals to reduce operational GHG impactsTier 1 suppliers to establish GHG management and reporting requirements for their suppliersDell publicly states: Eg: Walmart: QUOTECDP supply chain promotes collaboration and this question gives you the opportunity to communicate any proposals you would like to make to your specific customers regarding the collaborative development of GHG emission reducing projects/products. READ Q.This question allows members to engage in wider sustainability discussions with their suppliers.

Responsible Electronics 2013: Managing Climate Risks and Opportunities in Your Supply Chain Responsible Electronics 2013: Managing Climate Risks and Opportunities in Your Supply Chain Presentation Transcript

  • The Electronic Industry Citizenship Coalition Welcomes you to Sponsored by Exhibitors
  • © Copyright 2013 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice. Accounting for carbon across the value chain October 2013
  • © Copyright 2013 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.3 HP’s complete carbon footprint
  • The Electronic Industry Citizenship Coalition Welcomes you to Sponsored by Exhibitors
  • Supply Chain Sustainability at Dell Bruno Sarda Director, Sustainability Operations
  • Dell Powering the Possible is our commitment to put technology to work, where it can do the most good for people and the planet.
  • Corporate Responsibility7 Confidential The big picture: changes 2008-2013 1B+ lbs of e-waste recycled 20M+ lbs & $ saved through 3 Cs packaging strategy CO2 25M+ tons GHG prevented through improved product performance 16% absolute reduction in facilities carbon footprint
  • Corporate Responsibility Why it matters? Of the 250 world largest companies (G250) report on their corporate responsibility activities. KPMG 2011 Confidential8 10/7/13 95% 80% Global consumers believe it is important for companies to make them aware of their efforts to address societal issues.* 53% Global consumers rank a company’s social purpose as most important when quality & price are equal. 26% increase since 2009.* 51% Of Dell’s top corporate and public customers consider the environmental performance of their suppliers. Dell research Expectations rising globally Responsible companies want to work with responsible business partners. Most people want to work for a company that cares. People globally want to work companies who support good causes. Edelman 201257%
  • Corporate Responsibility9 Confidential GHG Emissions by Scope and Category 10/7/13 Sold Product (Scope 3) Purchase d Electricit y (Scope 2) Supplie rs (Scope 3) Business Travel (Scope 3) Direct Emission s (Scope 1)
  • Corporate Responsibility10 Confidential Supplier Engagement Success via CDP 10/7/13 High response rate Higher GHG performance Higher overall performance 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 Initiatives Targets Savings Dell suppliers Global suppliers 100% 100% 99%
  • Corporate Responsibility11 Confidential Where to from here? 10/7/13 • The business case is strong • We’re all in this together • Look for more Dell news soon
  • The Electronic Industry Citizenship Coalition Welcomes you to Sponsored by Exhibitors
  • CDP: Managing climate risks and opportunities in your supply chain Maxfield Weiss, Senior Manager CDP North America October 2, 2013
  • www.cdp.net | @CDP CDP is a global non-profit Our mission is to transform the global economic system in order to prevent dangerous climate change and value our natural resources by putting relevant information at the heart of business, investment and policy decisions. What is CDP? Key Stats on Scale  4,000 companies globally report their emissions, water or forestry data to CDP on an annual basis  722 investors representing $87 trillion sign a request for this information  65 major companies use CDP’s system to engage suppliers
  • 2012 Supply Chain Members US$1 trillion
  • 4 3 2 Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Identify and communicate with select suppliers Suppliers Respond to CDP Results are reported 1 Set strategy, evaluate success and prepare for following year So, how does it work?
  • www.cdp.net | @CDP 1. Set Strategy Goal To have 80% of my suppliers (by spend) be aware of and acting on climate change. Future Vision My suppliers will be actively reducing energy use and cost. Climate will be embedded in the procurement DNA. We will work collaboratively. KPIs  Supplier scores above 50 in disclosure  Key data in scorecard  Procurement team incorporate the info
  • www.cdp.net | @CDP Identify key suppliers and send the list to CDP. Introduce suppliers to the CDP process, explain your participation and make your expectations clear. CDP compares your list to the existing database of over 10,000 companies to identify duplicates and consolidate requests. CDP invites suppliers to respond and supports suppliers as they complete the process. 2. Identify and communicate with key suppliers
  • www.cdp.net | @CDP CDP provides online database, training, and support to suppliers. CDP reports response rate progress to members on a weekly basis in a simple custom report. Procurement staff communicate with non- responsive suppliers to encourage participation. 3. Suppliers respond to CDP Sample Weekly Update
  • 4. Using the reported data www.cdp.net | @CDP Supplier Evaluation In conjunction with members L’Oreal & Coca-Cola, CDP developed a supplier score card designed to inform meaningful interactions between buyer and vendor. Price Negotiation “When suppliers ask for price increases due to energy cost, we first turn to their CDP reporting history. We require reporting on energy and climate risk management before granting these increases except in exceptional circumstances.” Scope 3 Emissions Many companies are now using supplier-reported emissions data to contribute to their Scope 3 emissions reporting. CDP works closely with World Resources Institute and provides helpful guidance on how to complete this work.
  • http://cs.co/csrReportPDFenvironment Cisco 2012 CSR Report: http://www.cisco.com/go/csrreport  By integrating sustainability into business reviews, we aim to show suppliers that Cisco takes sustainability in the supply chain seriously and that they [suppliers] must have an acceptable level of sustainability performance to do business with Cisco.  In 2012, Cisco deployed sustainability criteria in business scorecards for all contract manufacturers, preferred component suppliers, and logistics partners. Cisco’s objectives include: 100% of preferred suppliers to report their GHG emissions through the CDP questionnaire (in FY13)  100% of preferred suppliers to report Cisco’s share of their GHG emissions (by end of FY15) 4. Using the reported data
  • support supplier disclosure “We recognize from our own experience, that working to reduce greenhouse gas emissions can drive innovation and enable cost savings....we are asking suppliers to publicly report their GHG emissions, reduction strategy and actions to the Carbon Disclosure Project” "Failure to meet these requirements can impact your supplier ranking and potentially diminish your ability to compete for Dell's business” respond@cdp.net Asking suppliers to set a intensity target of 5% for suppliers’ Scope1 & 2 4. Using the reported data
  • www.cdp.net | @CDP 1. The cycle restarts; revisit strategy. Assess whether goals were met; prepare for following year.  Have you met your goals? Use CDP’s reports to evaluate progress. CDP provides scores for suppliers and additional analysis to summarize data and highlight next steps.  Suppliers and their respective customers receive supplier scores, benchmarking information, as well as an offer for a free supplier performance review by our scoring partners  Members receive a private, custom report highlighting success and areas for improvement in the member company’s supplier engagement program  CDP launches a public report and hosts a live in-person / TelePresence session to discuss the findings.
  • www.cdp.net | @CDP Member Support Monthly web-based & annual in-person roundtables and workshops Training for buyers/suppliers Weekly Updates on response progress CDP Portal real-time response progress, member toolkit, complete responses from suppliers, comprehensive data output and summaries
  • www.cdp.net | @CDP Supplier Support Online Database Save your answers as you go, use prior year answers, view others’ responses & scores Free Training Live and recorded webinars available on www.cdp.net Multiple Stakeholders, One Response One response may be shared with multiple customers or stakeholders Custom Support Send an email to respond@cdp.net for prompt response on questions related to responding.
  • CDP: Managing climate risks and opportunities in your supply chain Maxfield Weiss, Senior Manager CDP North America October 2, 2013 Thank you! maxfield.weiss@cdp.net
  • The Electronic Industry Citizenship Coalition Welcomes you to Sponsored by Exhibitors