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Nis2011 01-business-sustainability-d pollard
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Nis2011 01-business-sustainability-d pollard
Nis2011 01-business-sustainability-d pollard
Nis2011 01-business-sustainability-d pollard
Nis2011 01-business-sustainability-d pollard
Nis2011 01-business-sustainability-d pollard
Nis2011 01-business-sustainability-d pollard
Nis2011 01-business-sustainability-d pollard
Nis2011 01-business-sustainability-d pollard
Nis2011 01-business-sustainability-d pollard
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Nis2011 01-business-sustainability-d pollard
Nis2011 01-business-sustainability-d pollard
Nis2011 01-business-sustainability-d pollard
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Nis2011 01-business-sustainability-d pollard
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Presentation on Business Sustainability given to Nestlé Invstor Seminar, June 7, 2001

Presentation on Business Sustainability given to Nestlé Invstor Seminar, June 7, 2001

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  1. Business Sustainability through Environmental & Social Performance Mr. Duncan Pollard Sustainability AdvisorThese slides differ to those shown at the Nestlé Investor Seminar 2011 June 7, 2011 Nestlé Investor Seminar
  2. DisclaimerThis presentation contains forward lookingstatements which reflect Management’s currentviews and estimates. The forward lookingstatements involve certain risks and uncertaintiesthat could cause actual results to differ materiallyfrom those contained in the forward lookingstatements. Potential risks and uncertaintiesinclude such factors as general economicconditions, foreign exchange fluctuations,competitive product and pricing pressures andregulatory developments.1 7 June, 2011 Nestlé Investor Seminar
  3. 2 June 7, 2011 Nestlé Investor Seminar
  4. Consumers looking at brands more holistically NHW What’s in my food? Responsible Environmental sourcing Consumer sustainability preference Where 60/40+ How does it was it come from? made?3 June 7, 2011 Nestlé Investor Seminar
  5. Tastier and healthier, and so much more June 7, 2011 4 Nestlé Investor Seminar
  6. Nestlé Approach to Business CREATING Shared Value Focussing on a few issues where Nestlé will add value and leave a net positive benefit Constant performance improvement on key metrics: water, waste, energy, packaging Laws, Codes of Conduct, Business Principles, Core Values, Societal Expectations,5 June 7, 2011 Nestlé Investor Seminar
  7. Continuous Improvement2000-2010 Absolute Change 443 Factories Production +73% Water -32% Waste -25% GHG -16% Agriculture Factories Logistics Consumer Use6 June 7, 2011 Nestlé Investor Seminar
  8. Creating Shared Value Rural Development Water Nutrition7 June 7, 2011 Nestlé Investor Seminar
  9. Business Sustainability Limits/Access to Resources The Needs of Society Natural capital & Ecological limits 2500 Mn without improved sanitation Biodiversity, water, soil, the atmosphere 1400 Mn in poverty & food insecure Land allocation & productivity 1000 Mn without clean water Peak oil, water tables, bee populations 215 Mn child labourers Wild harvested populations 51 Mn: born/yr with no birth certificate8 June 7, 2011 Nestlé Investor Seminar
  10. Food SecurityDefinition NestléFood Availability: sufficient quantities Food Availability: Operations in 83of food of appropriate quality. countries. Sales in every country, every day of the year.Food Access: adequate resources for Food Access: 4860 Popularlyacquiring appropriate foods for a Positioned Products (PPPs), formulatednutritious diet. & packaged to make accessible to people on lower income levels.Utilization: of food through adequate Utilization: micronutrient fortification &diet, clean water, sanitation and health Nestlé Nutrition products.care to reach nutritional well-being.Stability: having access to adequate Stability: outspoken on biofuels,food at all times, - no loss as a resilience to climate & water events,consequence of sudden shocks or response to natural disasters (floods,cyclical events. earthquakes)Source FAO Food Security Brief 20069 June 7, 2011 Nestlé Investor Seminar
  11. Food Security: Causes & Solutions Diet & Nutrition Food Losses & Food Waste Climate Water Biodiversity Degraded Land Agricultural Practices & Productivity Land Tenure Biofuels Subsidies & Trade Policies Financial & Commodity Speculation10 June 7, 2011 Nestlé Investor Seminar
  12. Diet & Nutrition Projection based on 95% renewable energy and diet similar to an average Malaysian dietWWF Living Planet Report 2010 Source Data: Global Footprint Network, FAO, 200611 June 7, 2011 Nestlé Investor Seminar
  13. Food Losses & Food Wastage Western world: 670 Mn T Developing world: 630 Mn T 40% in retail & by consumer 40% in post-harvest & processing12 June 7, 2011 Nestlé Investor Seminar
  14. Climate Adaptation Source: Stern Report / IPCC13 June 7, 2011 Nestlé Investor Seminar
  15. Climate Change & Agricultural Productivity14 June 7, 2011 Nestlé Investor Seminar
  16. Climate Adaptation  1980-2008 crop yield increase (practices, plant breeding)  Climate change reduced advances by about 10%* • reduction in wheat output of 5.5% • reduction in corn output of 3.8%  Nestlé focus on cocoa & coffee - importance of micro-climates - reducing stresses - good agricultural practices - water management* Journal of Science 9th May 201115 June 7, 2011 Nestlé Investor Seminar
  17. Water ScarcityWRI Global Water Tool: 2025 Projection16 June 7, 2011 Nestlé Investor Seminar
  18. Moga, India: Options for Reducing Water Use  Intensified dairy production  Water efficient wheat & fodder production  Reduce rice cultivated area  Delayed rice planting  Direct seeding of rice  Intermittent irrigation of rice  Laser assisted land levelling  Raising bund heights  Regulated power supply to farms17 June 7, 2011
  19. Water Stewardship National / Int’l level Stakeholder engagement Water Resources Review Factory Local level Initiatives Inside factory Outside factory Area of influence18 June 7, 2011
  20. Biodiversity19 June 7, 2011 Nestlé Investor Seminar
  21. 20 June 7, 2011 Nestlé Investor Seminar
  22. BiodiversityNestlé Position onDeforestation & Forest Stewardship Nestlé will ensure that all its raw material sourced from forested areas:  Has not led to deforestation  Has not led to loss of high conservation values  Complies with the Nestlé Supplier Code • - business integrity, legal, human rights & working practices  Creates Shared Value for society and local communities • - delivers rural development & small holder benefits • - water stewardship plans21 June 7, 2011 Nestlé Investor Seminar
  23. Degraded Land22 June 7, 2011 Nestlé Investor Seminar
  24. 23 June 7, 2011 Nestlé Investor Seminar
  25. Responsible Sourcing Guidelines24 June 7, 2011 Nestlé Investor Seminar
  26. Supply Chain Mapping … and Supporting our Suppliers25 June 7, 2011 Nestlé Investor Seminar
  27. Rural Development Income and Assets26 June 7, 2011 Nestlé Investor Seminar
  28. Social Issues Child Labour - Industry Association/Platforms Nestlé Actions - Consistent Approach Across Commodities - Cocoa, Vanilla, Hazelnuts - Engagement with NGOs - Hire experts to systematically address supply chains - Individual Child / Family Centric Approach - Education/School Attendance - Light Work - Health & Safety27 June 7, 2011 Nestlé Investor Seminar
  29. Summary Being Prepared Values Based Approach Impacts/Outcomes not Methods Environmental & Social Performance Business Sustainability28 June 7, 2011 Nestlé Investor Seminar
  30. Thank YouMr. DuncanPollardSustainability Advisor

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