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GRI USA Conference St Louis 23 May

  1. 1. GRI USA ConferenceGRI Focal Point USA in collaboration with St Louis University(Emerson Ethics Center; Center for Sustainability) and theRegional Chamber and Growth Association (RCGA) ST. LOUIS CONFERENCE 2012 Making Sustainability Count: Tracking Progress, Driving Opportunity May 22‒23, 2012
  2. 2. Proudly presenting our organizing committee:ST. LOUIS CONFERENCE 2012 | MAY 22-23, 2012 PAGE 2
  3. 3. We thank our: Product sponsoring provided by:ST. LOUIS CONFERENCE 2012 | MAY 22-23, 2012 PAGE 3
  4. 4. Agenda 23 May> 7.30 – 8.30 Breakfast & Registration> 8.30 – 9.15 OPENING & KEYNOTE by GRI> 9.15 – 9.45 KEYNOTE by Novus> 9.45 – 11.15 PANEL: Thoughts from the region> 11.15 – 11.30 Coffee break> 11.30 – 1.00 GRI PRESENTATION & PANEL: Trends in reporting> 1.00 – 2.00 Lunch> 2.00 – 3.15 PRESENTATION & PANEL: Improving sustainability performance> 3.15 – 3.30 Coffee Break> 3.30 – 4.30 PANEL: Reporting examples by GRI’s US Sector Leaders> 4.30 – 5.30 PANEL: Financial Markets & Sustainability> 5.30 – 6.00 CLOSING PLENARY: The future of reporting> 6.00 – 7.00 Networking & DrinksST. LOUIS CONFERENCE 2012 | MAY 22-23, 2012 PAGE 4
  5. 5. Opening WelcomeMike WallaceDirector Global Reporting Initiative Focal Point USA ST. LOUIS CONFERENCE 2012 Making Sustainability Count: Tracking Progress, Driving Opportunity May 22‒23, 2012
  6. 6. July 2009 September 2009 May 2010 September 2010 January 2011 July 2011 January 2012 May 2012ST. LOUIS CONFERENCE 2012 | MAY 22-23, 2012 PAGE 6
  7. 7. Opening KeynoteHerman MulderChairman of the Board, Global Reporting Initiative ST. LOUIS CONFERENCE 2012 Making Sustainability Count: Tracking Progress, Driving Opportunity May 22‒23, 2012
  8. 8. Keynote by NovusThe value of sustainability strategiesDavid Dowell & Joyce CachoDirector of Product Development and Analytical Services, Novus ST. LOUIS CONFERENCE 2012 Making Sustainability Count: Tracking Progress, Driving Opportunity May 22‒23, 2012
  9. 9. The Value of Sustainable Strategies
  10. 10. The Novus Story • Born in 1991 out of the scientific heritage of Monsanto • Growing under Mitsui and Co, (USA) Inc. and Nippon Soda Co, Ltd. • Multiple product families based on science • Portfolio leveraged across multiple species in global markets • Programs designed to address customer ROI and challenges 10
  11. 11. Our Global Footprint 11
  12. 12. Our Mission, Vision & Core Values Core Values Vision To help feed the world Maximize Long-Term Customer Satisfaction affordable, wholesomefood and achieve a higher Provide Products with Demonstrable Value quality of life. Act with Integrity Mission Protect Our Employees, the PublicMake a clear difference in and the Environment sustainably meeting thegrowing global needs for Seek Excellence from all Employees nutrition and health. 12
  13. 13. Evolution:Markets and Product Family Organizational Global Programs Markets Infrastructure Expansion Marketing & Sales Distribution & Manufacturing Gut Health Nutrition Research & Development Feed Quality Legal & Regulatory 13
  14. 14. 14
  15. 15. A Dynamic & Changing World:Population 15
  16. 16. Novus Technologies & Innovationsfor Sustainable Agriculture• Improved Bioavailability• Food Safety Improvements• Enhanced Nutritional Value 16
  17. 17. Novus Technologies & Innovationsfor Sustainable Agriculture• Efficient Use of Raw Materials and Local Feed Ingredients jatropha cassava sorghum• Water Quality• Improved Nutrition• Carbon Footprint Benchmarking 17
  18. 18. We are Facing Complex Questions& Issues 18
  19. 19. Novus HeadquartersSt. Charles, MO 19
  20. 20. Novus Global HeadquartersSt. Charles, MO Retention Pond After Renovation 20
  21. 21. Novus HeadquartersSt. Charles, MO 21
  22. 22. Novus Globally – Employee programs• Environmental Health Safety + Security (Responsible Care® certification from the American Chemistry Council) – Goal is to apply these standards throughout Novus’s global footprint• No fee benefit: Healthy, nutritious lunches• Community engagement re-imbursement – Includes supporting disaster relief donations of time and money• Training: E-Learning available to all employees 22
  23. 23. Global Partnerships: Industry Collaboration Technical Education M.C.F. Public CANADA opinion world AGRICULTURAL forum 23
  24. 24. Collaboration Case Study:Alagoas Partnership• Multi-Sector Partnership in Alagoas, Brazil• Partners include Globoaves, Sebrae and State University UNEAL• Enable Families to Build Sustainable Livelihoods and Increase . Affordable Food Availability in the Region 24
  25. 25. Information Technology inAgriculture• Improved crop management – satellite and GPS• Improved access to market information – mobile phones• Improved supply chain efficiencies – satellite and remote monitoring technologies 25
  26. 26. GRI SECTORS: Commercial Services; Food + Beverage Products; Healthcare Products NORTH AMERICA TOTAL = 25NOVUS Number of CompaniesINTERNATIONAL2009 SustainabilityReportREGION: North AmericaSECTOR: Commercial ServicesAPPLICATION LEVEL: GRI Level B 26
  27. 27. Beyond CSR to CreatingShared Value 27
  28. 28. 2012 World Economic Forum:Global Business Policy Risks 28
  29. 29. Sustainability Reporting: A keyelement of the Value of Sustainability Analysis of Corporate Strategies around Sustainability and Sustainability Performance Measurement ROI PROTECT IMPROVE GROWTH• Reduce risk • Reduce cost • Improve access to• Strengthen license • Increase efficiency capital to operate • Attract and retain • Increase revenues• Increase brand quality talent • Stimulate innovation value/reputation Building the business case for Sustainability Maturity of initiatives (relative to industry peers) 29
  30. 30. ขอบคุณ 谢谢 Merci Obrigado mulţumesc Thank You!Благодаря ви Gracias Asante sana cảm ơn lắm 30
  31. 31. Thoughts from the regionHow does sustainability reportingadd value?Moderated by: Dr. Seung H. KimDirector, Boeing Institute of International Business, Saint Louis University ST. LOUIS CONFERENCE 2012 Making Sustainability Count: Tracking Progress, Driving Opportunity May 22‒23, 2012
  32. 32. Panelists> Erin Budde, Head Community Affairs, Wells Fargo Advisors> LaRee DeFreece, Commissioner, Missouri Environmental Improvement & Energy Resources Authority> Cindy Morrison, Manager CSR Compliance, Solae> Becky Vollmer, Senior Vice President, Fleishman-HillardST. LOUIS CONFERENCE 2012 | MAY 22-23, 2012 PAGE 32
  33. 33. COFFEE BREAK ST. LOUIS CONFERENCE 2012 Making Sustainability Count: Tracking Progress, Driving Opportunity May 22‒23, 2012
  34. 34. Trends in sustainability reportingPresentation & moderated by: Mike WallaceDirector, GRI Focal Point USA ST. LOUIS CONFERENCE 2012 Making Sustainability Count: Tracking Progress, Driving Opportunity May 22‒23, 2012
  35. 35. Panelists> Lee Broughton, Head Corporate Sustainability, Enterprise Holdings> Carol Clark, Global Vice President, Beer and Better World Group, AB Inbev> John Daniels, Global Sustainability Director, Johnson Controls> Jane P. Madden, Partner, ERM> Barb Shepard, Vice President of Human Resources and Community Relations, Doe Run> Steven Walton, Vice President, Regulatory Compliance & Sustainability, Sigma AldrichST. LOUIS CONFERENCE 2012 | MAY 22-23, 2012 PAGE 35
  36. 36. 95% of Global 250 companies issue sustainabilityreports – 80% use GRIST. LOUIS CONFERENCE 2012 | MAY 22-23, 2012 PAGE 36
  37. 37. USA – 9th place from 74% up to 83% in 3 years2008 versus 2011 of N100 companiesST. LOUIS CONFERENCE 2012 | MAY 22-23, 2012 PAGE 37
  38. 38. Reporting trendsAbsolute reporting figures in the USA US GRI data partner Sustainability Reports in the USA GRI G3 + G3.1 GRI reference Non-GRI sustainability report 46% growth in absolute number of 47 GRI reports (w/ index) 23 2010 - 2011 And counting!! 273 187 141 119 71 PAGE 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011
  39. 39. Data integrity 100% 90% 80% 21 112 415 41 70% 170 60% 167 50% Not assured 40% Externally assured 30% 23 125 446 35 20% 87 10% 40 0% Africa Asia Europe Latin America Northern Oceania America* Data from the Sustainability Disclosure Database as of 12 April 2012 PAGE
  40. 40. “Integrated reporting” – international trends 2010 2011 13% 21% Not integrated Integrated 87% 79%*Sustainability Disclosure Database data from 1 February 2012 PAGE
  41. 41. What are we seeing here in the US?> Financial Markets> Supply Chains> Government> Integrated ReportingST. LOUIS CONFERENCE 2012 | MAY 22-23, 2012 PAGE 41
  42. 42. What are our panelists seeing?> Sustainability > Reporting > ROI> Technology > Sustainability > Reporting> Sustainability > Reporting > Stakeholders> Sustainability > Reporting > Supply ChainST. LOUIS CONFERENCE 2012 | MAY 22-23, 2012 PAGE 42
  43. 43. Cipriani Wall Street, 55 Wall Street, New York, NY October 2-3, 2012Event brought to you by: www.COMMITForum.com
  44. 44. LUNCH ST. LOUIS CONFERENCE 2012 Making Sustainability Count: Tracking Progress, Driving Opportunity May 22‒23, 2012
  45. 45. How sustainability reportingenhances performancePresentation & moderated by: Dr Nitish SinghDirector, Saint Louis University School of Business ST. LOUIS CONFERENCE 2012 Making Sustainability Count: Tracking Progress, Driving Opportunity May 22‒23, 2012
  46. 46. Panelists> Kristin Gumper, Sustainability Manager, Standing PR> Steve Lippman, Director Environmental Sustainability, Microsoft> Maureen Mazurek, Director of Human Rights, Monsanto> Loren Polak, Director of Environmental Management, Bunge Limited> Greg Stine, CEO, SustainEdgeST. LOUIS CONFERENCE 2012 | MAY 22-23, 2012 PAGE 46
  47. 47. GREEN FSAs For EnhancingEnvironmental & EconomicPerformanceDr Nitish Singh - singhn@slu.eduDirector, Saint Louis University School of Business ST. LOUIS CONFERENCE 2012 Making Sustainability Count: Tracking Progress, Driving Opportunity May 22‒23, 2012
  48. 48. Environmental & Economic PerformanceOne of the important determinants of firm’s motivation to invest in higherenvironmental performance is whether such investments will lead to higher economicreturns.Studies have shown that higher environmental performance can lead to :> higher profitability> efficiency gains> cost savings> risk mitigation> regulatory compliance> favorable stakeholder perception/reputational advantage> enhanced competitive advantage PAGE
  49. 49. Green FSAs“Green firm specific advantages” are defined as firm specific advantages that aredeveloped in response to challenges posed by the natural environment; they constituteconfigurations of strategic assets (combination of resources and capabilities), which arecomplementary in nature and enhance firm’s environmental and economic performance PAGE
  50. 50. Green FSAs Ecosystem Services Int. Green Internalization of the cost FSAs of ecosystem services Cradle-to-Cradle Green FSAs Closed Loop Production Eco-efficiency based Green FSAs Minimize resource use and maximize resource productivity Sustainable thinking based System wide sustainability Green FSAs orientation Environmental Eco-Innovation Green FSAs Respond to climate induced and Economic competence enhancing and performance Localized Green FSAs destroying discontinuities. Respond to local opportunities and threats Sustainable Reputation Green Manage stakeholder’s FSAs environmental Eco-Networking Green FSAs expectations Leverage commercial and Solution-Oriented Green FSAs non commercial alliances Leverage innovative servicizing business models PAGE
  51. 51. Examples of Green CapabilitiesCapabilities for Ecosystem Services Internalization Green FSAsSustainable development capability for considering the role of environment in long term planning.Environmental sustainability capabilities for treating ecological concerns side by side with economic performance.Environmental protection as a strategic capability for protecting the natural environment.Social responsibility capability for responding to needs of external stake holders.Capital management capabilities for accounting of assets and technology for corporate sustainable development.Full cost accounting capability to help internalize environmental costsCapabilities for Cradle-to-Cradle Green FSAsReuse, remanufacture and product disassembly capabilitiesClosed loop supply chain management capabilities for enabling integration of forward and reverse flows.Environmental product development capability for allowing incorporation of environmental concern right in productdevelopmentProduct and material flexibility capability for product development and material substitutionDetoxification capabilities alleviate or prevent emissions of ecologically harmful materials PAGE
  52. 52. Examples of Green ResourcesResources for Ecosystem Services Internalization Green FSAsCorporate environmental accounting systemsKnowledge of ecosystemsEcosystem services valuation techniques and tools e.g. ARIES and InVEST toolsPayment for ecosystem services schemesTools and techniques for natural resource accounting like exergy and emergy analysis and ecologicalfootprint analysisCorporate ecosystem review methodologyBiomonitoring techniquesResources for Cradle-to-Cradle Green FSAsEco-design guidelines and toolsResources for identification and use of ecological materials,Renewable energy resources, recyclable and reusable packaging,Material re-utilizationDesign for disassemblyEnd-of-life-product planningCo-generation facilities and closed loop systemsInvestments in environmental R&D PAGEBioprospecting for natural materials
  53. 53. COFFEE BREAK ST. LOUIS CONFERENCE 2012 Making Sustainability Count: Tracking Progress, Driving Opportunity May 22‒23, 2012
  54. 54. Real ExamplesFeaturing GRI’S U.S. Sector LeadersModerated by: Eric D. SchneiderSenior Director, RCGA ST. LOUIS CONFERENCE 2012 Making Sustainability Count: Tracking Progress, Driving Opportunity May 22‒23, 2012
  55. 55. Panelists> Neil Beckingham, Sustainability Manager, The Mosaic Company> Jackie Keating, Sustainability Reporting, Dell> Rina Levy, Environmental, Social and Governance Equity Analyst, Bloomberg> Aileen Zerrudo, Corporate Communications, CloroxST. LOUIS CONFERENCE 2012 | MAY 22-23, 2012 PAGE 55
  56. 56. Sustainability Reporting at theMosaic Company Neil Beckingham Sustainability Manager ST. LOUIS CONFERENCE 2012 Making Sustainability Count: Tracking Progress, Driving Opportunity May 22‒23, 2012
  57. 57. The Mosaic CompanyWe help the world grow the food it needs
  58. 58. Overview of MosaicMosaic manufactures and markets potash and phosphate100 years of phosphate mining history in the United States50 years of potash mining history in CanadaFortune 500 companyOperations in nine countries, serving customers in more than 40 countries$9.9 billion in sales (FY’ 11)Nearly 8,000 employeesNYSE company: MOS
  59. 59. Mosaic’s Mission, Visionand Values Our Mission We help the world grow the food it needs. Our Vision Mosaic will be recognized globally as the best crop nutrition company. Our Values Our values of integrity, excellence, sustainability and connectivity define how we conduct our business, how we interact with each other and how we treat our planet.
  60. 60. Our Role in Feeding theWorldPopulation growth> Increasing at approximately 1.1 percent (73 million people) per yearProsperity> As earning power’s increase, demand for a protein- rich diet follows> More protein has a significant impact on grain and oilseed demandOur role> Increase crop yields> Agronomists estimate that crop nutrients directly account for 40 to 60 percent of crop yields> Optimum use of crop nutrients is essential to growing the food the world needs
  61. 61. Telling Our Sustainability Story Carbon Action CDP Water DisclosureCR’s 100 Best Corporate Citizens 2011 61
  62. 62. Sustainability Reporting at Dell Jackie Keating Corporate Responsibility Marketing ST. LOUIS CONFERENCE 2012 Making Sustainability Count: Tracking Progress, Driving Opportunity May 22‒23, 2012
  63. 63. What does it mean to Dell?• Assess, prioritize and engage with broad stakeholders on sustainability topics• Use business materiality and metrics to define key areas of opportunity and risk mitigation• Leverage and collaborate with resources embedded across Dell business functions to own, drive and measure Dell goals• Maintain executive alignment and accountability on strategy and goals• Integrate a core set of sustainability values into every employee’s roleST. LOUIS CONFERENCE 2012 | MAY 22-23, 2012 PAGE 63
  64. 64. Dell’s 2011 Corporate Responsibility Report • CR report produced annually • Full archive available going back to 1998 • Full GRI index & report publicly available  Much more detail published at www.dell.com/responsibilityST. LOUIS CONFERENCE 2012 | MAY 22-23, 2012 PAGE 64
  65. 65. Taken from above: • GRI Content Index • G3.1 & Application Level A • GRI Application Level Check • Application Level Check Statement • Application Level Table • Extent of reporting: fully/partially/notST. LOUIS CONFERENCE 2012 | MAY 22-23, 2012 PAGE 65
  66. 66. Snapshot Dell GRI Content Index References to: • 10 K form • CSR report • Other documentsST. LOUIS CONFERENCE 2012 | MAY 22-23, 2012 PAGE 66
  67. 67. The value of ESG data Rina Levy ESG Analyst, Bloomberg ST. LOUIS CONFERENCE 2012 Making Sustainability Count: Tracking Progress, Driving Opportunity May 22‒23, 2012
  68. 68. 310,000+ESG May// 23 // 2012 PAGE
  69. 69. Most Bloomberg ESG customers are financial professionals in major financial centers CUSTOMER SEGMENTS BY CUSTOMER SEGMENTS BY SALES FIRM TYPE REGION Pension Insurance Funds Companies 3% 3% Government AL Agencies FF 3% 4% TO 4% 4% DU 5% London 30% Money SF Hedge Funds Managers 5% 7% 29% Brazil Corporations 6% 8% Singapore 6% Banks 9% Brokers 21% Hong Kong Universities 9% New York33 12% 28% PAGE
  70. 70. STANDARDIZE DATA? 50% of GRI compliant companies have a Bloomberg ESG Disclosure Score of 40 and above vs 3% of those not reporting according to gri have a score of 40 and above PAGE
  71. 71. Peer Comparison PAGE
  72. 72. ESG VALUATION PAGE
  73. 73. Rina Levy, MBABloomberg LP-ESG Analyst+609 279 7046rilevy1@bloomberg.net PAGE
  74. 74. Moving Toward IntegratedReportingAileen ZerrudoDirector, Corporate Communications ST. LOUIS CONFERENCE 2012 Making Sustainability Count: Tracking Progress, Driving Opportunity May 22‒23, 2012
  75. 75. ST. LOUIS CONFERENCE 2012 | MAY 22-23, 201275 PAGE
  76. 76. Focus for sustainable growthST. LOUIS CONFERENCE 2012 | MAY 22-23, 201276 PAGE
  77. 77. ST. LOUIS CONFERENCE 2012 | MAY 22-23, 201277 PAGE
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  79. 79. About 40% ofgrowth comingAbout 40% of Clorox Clorox growth coming frommore sustainable brandsfrom more sustainable brands 40% PAGE
  80. 80. ST. LOUIS CONFERENCE 2012 | MAY 22-23, 201280 PAGE
  81. 81. ST. LOUIS CONFERENCE 2012 | MAY 22-23, 201281 PAGE
  82. 82. ST. LOUIS CONFERENCE 2012 | MAY 22-23, 201282 PAGE
  83. 83. 2011 Report: “Think Outside The Bottle”ST. LOUIS CONFERENCE 2012 | MAY 22-23, 2012 PAGE 83
  84. 84. http://2011annualreport.thecloroxcompany.com/ST. LOUIS CONFERENCE 2012 | MAY 22-23, 201284 PAGE
  85. 85. 85 LOUIS CONFERENCE 2012 | MAY 22-23, 2012 ST. 85 PAGE
  86. 86. Initial Integrated Reporting Benefits  Internal: Increased awareness of sustainability as a business imperative  External: Investor inquiries and positive feedback86 LOUIS CONFERENCE 2012 | MAY 22-23, 2012 ST. 86 PAGE
  87. 87. What’s next?  Involvement in IIRC pilot program  Exploration of external assurance87 LOUIS CONFERENCE 2012 | MAY 22-23, 2012 ST. 87 PAGE
  88. 88. How financial market playersincorporate sustainabilityModerated by: Rina LevyESG Analyst, Bloomberg ST. LOUIS CONFERENCE 2012 Making Sustainability Count: Tracking Progress, Driving Opportunity May 22‒23, 2012
  89. 89. Panelists> Mary O’Malley, Director Sustainability, Prudential> Michelle Greene, VP, Head of CR, NYSE Euronext, Executive Director, NYSE Foundation> Chad Spitler, Global COO Corporate Governance, Responsible Investment BlackRock> Linda-Eling Lee, Global Head of ESG Ratings Research, MSCIST. LOUIS CONFERENCE 2012 | MAY 22-23, 2012 PAGE 89
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  91. 91. CLOSING PLENARY: The future ofreportingMarjolein Baghuis GRI and Willie Johnson P&GDirector of Communications and Network Relations, GRIEngineering Section Head, Procter & Gamble ST. LOUIS CONFERENCE 2012 Making Sustainability Count: Tracking Progress, Driving Opportunity May 22‒23, 2012
  92. 92. Thank you!! ST. LOUIS CONFERENCE 2012 Making Sustainability Count: Tracking Progress, Driving Opportunity May 22‒23, 2012

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