Sustainable development in practice Stein Malkenes

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Sustainable development in practice Stein Malkenes

  1. 1. Sustainable development in practice. Sustainability reporting.Stein Malkenes, senior advisor climate change and environment
  2. 2. Emisoft19 years - from HSE to Corporate Social Responsibility • 1992 – EMISOFT established in Norway as a supplier of Environmental Management software and competence • 2001 – TEAMS ranked by PwC as the best Environmental Accounting software in a world-wide survey • 2007 – Sustainability Now! International Conference Annual international conference established – Partnership with SourceEdge, India THE WORLD WILL NOT EVOLVE PAST • 2008 ITS CURRENT STATE OF CRISIS BY – Updated, ”State-of-the-art” software: USING THE SAME THINKING THAT TEAMS Sustainability Reporting CREATED THE SITUATION“ – Head office in Norway and 5 branches Albert Einstein • 2009 – Establishment of Emisoft India – Establishment of Emisoft Sweden
  3. 3. Vision”We prove your facts!” Transparency - Compliance - Traceability
  4. 4. Emisoft business model Sustainability reporting and performance Customer needs Transparency - Compliance - Traceability
  5. 5. Competence • Highly educated personell within: – Environmental sciences – Social studies – Technology – HSE • Project experience from a number of companies and industries
  6. 6. Customers Transparency - Compliance - Traceability
  7. 7. Driving Forces Social Regulation Business Responsibility •Norway – KLIF •Standards •Sweden - • GRI Naturskyddsverket • ISO 14001, 14064, •CSR •EU - EPER/E-PRTR and 26000 •Corporate •India - PPB • ESG ideology • GHG •EU - IPPC • CDP •UN - IPCC •Indexes • DJ Sustainability Index • FTSE4Good Transparency - Compliance - Traceability
  8. 8. Challenges todaySustainability reporting • Transparency – Compliance – Traceability • Different systems, Excel, paper forms, e-mails, etc. • Multiple stakeholders • Time consuming • Trustworthy data • Keeping track of historical data • Reports when needed Transparency - Compliance - Traceability
  9. 9. TEAMS™• Tool for management of data and reporting within – Corporate Social Responsibility – Sustainability – Environment• Adapted and scaled to customer specific needs – Customer’s organisation – Aspects and parameters – Documentation and reporting requirements• All use through the web• Integrations Transparency - Compliance - Traceability
  10. 10. TEAMS Sustainability ReportingUser structure and interface • TEAMS opening page • Data registration • Reports • Reports
  11. 11. TEAMS™ Uniform system and method throughout the organization Compliance Benchmarking KPIs Management Doumentation PCB GRI Other Sustainability Reporting Company Air Emissions Unit A Unit B Unit C Unit D Discharges Waste Shop A Shop A Shop A Shop A Water Energy Shop B Shop B Shop B Shop B Economics Social Shop C Shop C Shop C Shop CProduct responsibility Human Resources Shop D Shop D Shop D Shop D Other Transparency - Compliance - Traceability
  12. 12. The Global Reporting InitiativeTEAMS ensuring compliance and transparency Economic • Economic performance • Market presence • Indirect economic impact Social performance • Labor practices and decent work • Human rights • Society • Product responsibility Environmental performance • Materials • Energy • Water • Biodiversity • Emissions, effluents, waste • Products and services • Compliance with regulations • Transport
  13. 13. Greenhouse Gas ProtocolTEAMS compatible with standard for calculation and reporting of COeCarbon Disclosure Project/Greenhousegas Protocol
  14. 14. Why TEAMS Sustainability Reporting?• Environmental and Sustainability data in one place – Transparent reporting and cover company specific needs – Efficient and decentralized handling of data – Models and calculations integrated – All historical data in one place• Traceability and transparency – Log of all transactions (what, when, who, how much) – Simplification of control routines – Documentation for audits• Local and corporate needs – Standardisation of internal reporting requirements – Handling of different roles and permissions in the same system• Functionality – Satisfy large and demanding customers of environmental performance reporting and compliance
  15. 15. Why TEAMS Sustainability Reporting?• Simplified reporting – Reports always available – Compliance management – Follows internal reporting requirements – Reports directly available in different formats (PDF, Excel, Image, etc)• Technology – Web-based / one central installation only – Industri standard technology – All integrations with and import from other systems as needed – Active development and maintenance of the software• Proven track record – 19 years experience – Emisoft competence – Dedicated system for sustainability reporting
  16. 16. Bergen - Stavanger - Trondheim - Florø - Gothenburg - Bangalore
  17. 17. Mission ”Emisoft delivers world leadingcompetence and solutions, enabling a sustainable business performance” Transparency - Compliance - Traceability
  18. 18. Key TEAMS usersAF Decom Offshore ConocoPhillips Norge Hydro Aluminium Borealis St.Gobain Isover Lerøy Seafood GroupSSAB Statoil L’Oréal BP Alaska GDF SUEZ Norge Norwegian Defence Transparency - Compliance - Traceability
  19. 19. #1 for the 5th consecutive yearHydros best scores in DJSI 2010 include the following:• Transparency• Biodiversity• Environmental management systems• Climate strategy• Stakeholder engagement• Occupational health and safety #1 and top rankings for a number of years Dow Jones Sustainabilitiy Indexes: “The company integrates sustainability as a core element of future value creation. The company also stands out on social issues, in particular in human capital development. In an industry struggling with severe scarcity of human resources, a key competitive advantage is to be a leader in attracting, retaining and developing skilled human resources. Statoil takes a lead in this respect.”
  20. 20. KLIF (Norway) CDP 660 companies Norge: 158 EMIR companies (Sweden) Total: 2456 2013 Plants companies IPPC FTSE4Good 24.313 companies Dow JonesSustainability GRI Index 1500 2500 companies companies Emisoft ISO 14001 UN Global Compact – Norge: 799 Ten principles companies 130 land Totalt:188.815 companies OECD Guidelines ISO 26000 31 land GHG Protocol ISO 14064 2009 numbers Transparency - Compliance - Traceability

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