Your SlideShare is downloading. ×
0
Sarah Lewis - CEO Deck Chile 2012
Sarah Lewis - CEO Deck Chile 2012
Sarah Lewis - CEO Deck Chile 2012
Sarah Lewis - CEO Deck Chile 2012
Sarah Lewis - CEO Deck Chile 2012
Sarah Lewis - CEO Deck Chile 2012
Sarah Lewis - CEO Deck Chile 2012
Sarah Lewis - CEO Deck Chile 2012
Sarah Lewis - CEO Deck Chile 2012
Sarah Lewis - CEO Deck Chile 2012
Sarah Lewis - CEO Deck Chile 2012
Sarah Lewis - CEO Deck Chile 2012
Sarah Lewis - CEO Deck Chile 2012
Sarah Lewis - CEO Deck Chile 2012
Sarah Lewis - CEO Deck Chile 2012
Sarah Lewis - CEO Deck Chile 2012
Sarah Lewis - CEO Deck Chile 2012
Sarah Lewis - CEO Deck Chile 2012
Sarah Lewis - CEO Deck Chile 2012
Sarah Lewis - CEO Deck Chile 2012
Sarah Lewis - CEO Deck Chile 2012
Sarah Lewis - CEO Deck Chile 2012
Sarah Lewis - CEO Deck Chile 2012
Sarah Lewis - CEO Deck Chile 2012
Sarah Lewis - CEO Deck Chile 2012
Sarah Lewis - CEO Deck Chile 2012
Sarah Lewis - CEO Deck Chile 2012
Sarah Lewis - CEO Deck Chile 2012
Sarah Lewis - CEO Deck Chile 2012
Sarah Lewis - CEO Deck Chile 2012
Sarah Lewis - CEO Deck Chile 2012
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in...5
×

Thanks for flagging this SlideShare!

Oops! An error has occurred.

×
Saving this for later? Get the SlideShare app to save on your phone or tablet. Read anywhere, anytime – even offline.
Text the download link to your phone
Standard text messaging rates apply

Sarah Lewis - CEO Deck Chile 2012

928

Published on

Published in: Technology, Business
0 Comments
0 Likes
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

No Downloads
Views
Total Views
928
On Slideshare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
6
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
7
Comments
0
Likes
0
Embeds 0
No embeds

Report content
Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
No notes for slide

Transcript

  • 1. The Sustainability Consortium
  • 2. TSC Overview TSC Value PropositionFood Beverage & Agriculture 1
  • 3. Today, the world is facing alarming How do wesustainability challenges on multiple fronts. create a world in which people are living well By 2050, world population will surpass and businesses 9 billion which requires active conservation can prosper of cropland, freshwater, energy, and within the limits biological resources of the planet? By 2020, global emissions will increase by 33% from 2002 levels which translates into a loss of 5% of annual GDP if no action is taken Over 1.4 billion people 1.6 billion people are in developing countries live facing water shortage on $1.25 a day or less Source: McKinsey Global Institute; World Economic Forum; The Guardian; The Climate Group, SMART 2020; IFAD Rural Poverty Report 2011
  • 4. Addressing product sustainability willplay a big role in resolving challenges. Nitrogen Transportation Dishwashing at Home Raw Materials Manufacturing Extraction of Components At Home Usage Cotton Production Worker Health Machine Washing & Drying Source: TSC Product Category Dossiers
  • 5. Measurement and reporting systems are crucial to progress inproduct sustainability but are coupled with an array of challenges. Today Challenges include Science is enabling an Lack of a harmonized understanding of social and measurement and reporting environmental impacts and approach: benefits • Complexity driven by the vast variety of products Various corporate and social initiatives launched • No holistic view of the in attempt to address value chain product sustainability • No capability to credibly differentiate products Global regulations based on sustainability are emerging with unpredictable metrics • Need for consistency and transparency in But challenges exist… measurement and reporting Source: TSC team analysis
  • 6. The Sustainability Consortium improves decisionmaking for product sustainability throughout theentire product life cycle across all sectors. Vision To advance science to drive a new generation of innovative products and supply networks that address environmental, social, and economic imperatives Enabling the consumer goods industry to do things that matter Mission about things that matter. To design and implement credible, transparent and scalable science-based measurement and reporting systems accessible for all producers, retailers, and users of consumer products
  • 7. Translating TSC’s mission into impact requires doing four things: Using a multi-stakeholder … to create practical 1 2 approach… measurement tools…Approach … that enable proactive … and unlock value in the 3 innovation in sustainability… 4 supply chainImpact
  • 8. 1 TSC is uniquely bringing together stakeholders and creates unparalleled opportunity for collaboration. Credibility Leading universities and NGOs using science-based approach to identify areas of adverse impact in the supply chain Efficiency Academic Minimizing multiple similar efforts Institutions and reducing supplier burden of variable information requests Harmonization The Creating clear agreed upon terms Sustainability and definitions by all stakeholders Consortium Identifying common life cycle stages, metrics, and reporting categories Non-profit Corporations organizations
  • 9. 1 TSC’s membership includes the world’s most recognized companies representing about $1.5 trillion in revenue… Asterisk denotes founding members
  • 10. 1 … top academic institutions and leading non-profit organizations Top academic institutions committed to developing Science-based measurement and reporting methods… … and leading non-profit organizations to provide guidance and credibility
  • 11. The Sustainability Consortium organizational structure… Managing Board ofOversight Board Directors Academic Advisory Council Governing Bodies Corporate Civil-Society Advisory Advisory Council Council Operations research and Consortium Working Groups Sector Working Groups
  • 12. 1 TSC’s working group structure allows coverage of major sectors Sector Working Groups Consortium Working Groups TSC creates SCALE as it represents Comprised of corporate members, 90 of the largest organizations working non-profit organizations, government together on sector-specific issues agencies & academics Coming in 2012
  • 13. 2 TSC is developing tangible tools to enable sustainable innovation across the value chain Current products Future products Understand Share Differentiate Declare product category information on Communicate to products against hotspots1 and best practices consumers baseline drivers Level 1 – Level 2 – Category Level Product level ▪ Broad product ▪ Product-specific categories ▪ Quantitative tool ▪ Qualitative to benchmark assessment of against baseline hotspots1 1 Areas of adverse environmental and social impact across product supply chain
  • 14. 2 TSC category-level products have 3 major components… Category Sustainability Key Performance Category Dossier Profile (CSP) Indicators (KPIs) Collection of evidence on Synthesis of product Metrics / questions to product category and its sustainability knowledge measure and track product supply chain, environmental and improvement category sustainability and social hotspots, and opportunities improvement opportunities
  • 15. 2 … to be used by buyers and suppliers to address product sustainability in a cost efficient way TSC provides Buyers v v v v v Communicate efficiently and effectively with suppliers: • Ask category-specific questions • Track supplier performance using KPIs Improved product • Hotspots sustainability • Improvement and cost opportunities Suppliers v v v v v v • KPIs Address product sustainability efficiency more effectively and efficiently: • Use a single reporting tool across buyers • Enhance product development • Reduce spending on sustainability research and reporting • Evaluate quality of input materials
  • 16. 2 TCS is working on 100 Level 1 products across 8 sectors. Food, Beverage Electronics Automotive & Agriculture Toys Paper Other Home & Personal Care Apparel
  • 17. 3 TSC’s tools and frameworks enable proactive innovation Companies recognized and Transparent, standardi differentiated by creating zed products that address areas and harmonized that matter systems Drives at-scale improvements Proactive by coordinating and sharing Innovation best practices Collaborate with stakeholders Key environmental on sustainability solutions and social hotspots “TSC can bring manufacturers, retailers, and consumer advocacy groups together to think how to develop a campaign to drive consumer behavior” TSC member company
  • 18. 4 TSC’s measurement and reporting system will drive impact by unlocking the value in the supply chain. Harmonized and transparent system Transparency reduces complexity and saves costs of Reporting throughout the supply chain Standard metrics enable suppliers Standardization and buyers to work together on the of Metrics same environmental and social goals Reducing cost and complexity of Reduced Cost sustainability research and reporting and Complexity allows companies to tackle impact areas faster and more efficiently
  • 19. TSC Overview TSC Value PropositionFood Beverage & Agriculture 18
  • 20. Providing value to our members – TSC is doing what has neverbeen done before for this scale, complexity, and diversity. Products Member Testimonials • Defining clear standards for “By looking at sustainability as environmental and social metrics a business opportunity, we are • Creating implementable tools innovating products now that we • Reducing cost and complexity of wouldn’t have been otherwise” reporting Approach • Providing multi-stakeholder input “TSC provides common language to ensure industry alignment and a uniform approach to measure • Identifying issues beyond LCAs sustainability across the supply chain” • Committing to scientific rigor Network • Early access to a vast multi- “TSC is bringing stakeholders together stakeholder network in a collaborative fashion to develop sustainability solutions • Collaboration on innovative for common themes across product sustainability solutions and sustainability” consumer engagement
  • 21. Being a member means active participation to add real value to TSC’s community • Contribute to creation of Category Sustainability Profiles and KPIs Working Group • Improve clarity of reporting methodologies Participation • Suggest KPIs and make KPIs more actionable • Contribute to development of baseline models • Generate sustainability solutions through innovation workshops Multi-stakeholder • Be part of the Corporate Advisory Council1 Collaboration • Observe and learn from Working Groups • Attend TSC conferences and webinars • Ensure the right mix of stakeholders • Encourage key industry players to participate Support • Ensure credibility of data and methodology • Refer experts and literature • Expand access to LCA data1. Tier 1 members only
  • 22. Our work relates to everyone… Researchers Buyers Consumers Corporate Responsibility …How can we make TSC a success for you?
  • 23. Membership StructureTier I Corporate Membership Tier II Corporate Membership• One (1) seat on The Sustainability Consortium • Seat on all interested Sector Working Corporate Advisory Council Groups, including Retail and Packaging WG’s• Seat(s) on all interested Sector Working • Limited access to IT tools and partner systems Groups, including Retail and Packaging WGs • Invitation to Annual Public Conference• Seat(s) on all interested Consortium Wide Working Groups (Measurement Science, Consumer Science, Social, Biodiversity)• Preferential access to all IT tools and partner systems• Opportunity to participate/vote with Corporate Advisory Council Committees and Task Forces• Invitation to bi-annual Corporate Advisory Council Meetings and Annual Public Conference• Opportunities for co-branding and joint communications• Eligible to vote and/or run for seat on Board of Directors
  • 24. TSC Overview TSC Value PropositionFood Beverage & Agriculture 23
  • 25. The Food, Beverage & Agriculture (FBA) is comprised of adiverse group of participants who work collaboratively to…1 Develop prototype baseline models and product category rules for orange juice, strawberry yogurt, and wheat cereal.2 Development of output for the Level 1 SMRS, or Category Sustainability Profiles (CSP), for The Consortium is taking a very forty six categories. pragmatic, science-based approach to looking at our entire supply chain and finding a way to be more efficient and to produce goods in a smarter way Christy Consler - Safeway
  • 26. Food, Beverage & Agriculture sector has several currentcategories of focus… Wine Fisheries Beef FBA Cotton Grain Dairy Source: Kimberly-Clark
  • 27. Current FBA Sector Activities Level 1 SMRS: Level 2 SMRS: More quantitative 1 Hotspots, Improvement 2 information Opportunities, Additional Issues • LCA model prototypes: OJ, strawberry • 46 total dossiers and CSPs in FB&A yogurt, wheat cereal • Currently batching commodities • Invite existing models to “Call for models” • Hosting dossier and CSP • Establish benchmark models as workshops references for comparison 3 Quantitative drivers behind Create geographically-based 4 eco-labels, UMN metrics to facilitate decision- making • Biodiversity • Land Use Change • Social impacts • Water Scarcity Indices Networking with calculation tool 5 initiatives to help harmonize efforts
  • 28. For questions please contact Marco Ugarte, Ph.D. Sarah E. Lewis, Ph.D. Research & Business Food, Beverage & Agriculture Development Sector Manager O: 480.965.1770 O: 479.575.4296 F: 480.965.9102 E: slewis@walton.uark.edu E: gustavo.ugarte@asu.edu 27
  • 29. 29
  • 30. Membership StructureTier I Corporate Membership Tier II Corporate Membership• One (1) seat on The Sustainability Consortium • Seat on all interested Sector Working Corporate Advisory Council Groups, including Retail and Packaging WG’s• Seat(s) on all interested Sector Working • Limited access to IT tools and partner systems Groups, including Retail and Packaging WGs • Invitation to Annual Public Conference• Seat(s) on all interested Consortium Wide Working Groups (Measurement Science, Consumer Science, Social, Biodiversity) Dues Structure• Preferential access to all IT tools and partner systems • $50,000/year (500 or more employees)• Opportunity to participate/vote with Corporate Advisory • $10,000/year (fewer than 500 employees Council Committees and Task Forces and/or less than $500M in annual revenue)• Invitation to bi-annual Corporate Advisory Council Meetings and Annual Public Conference• Opportunities for co-branding and joint communications• Eligible to vote and/or run for seat on Board of DirectorsDues Structure• $100,000/year (Corporations of 500 or more employees)• $25,000/year (fewer than 500 employees and/or less than $500M in annual revenue) 30

×