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Carlsberg Group

  1. 1. Carlsberg Group Company Presentation
  2. 2. A Group of more than 500 different brands 2
  3. 3. From export-company with few operations to the world’s fourth largest brewer 2013 1999 CARLSBERG GROUP TODAY No. 1 500 41,000 36,000,000,000 in Northern & Eastern Europe and fourth largest brewer in the world different beer brands employees on three continents bottles of beer sold in 2012 3
  4. 4. Founded in 1847 on a passion for beer, science and art 1847 JC Jacobsen founds the Carlsberg Brewery on a hill outside of Copenhagen
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  6. 6. Our sustainability strategy is build on three pillars ENERGY EFFICENCY -10 % in total energy in 3 years -25 % in CO2 emissions in 3 years Page 6 WATER CONSUMPTION -5 % in water in 3 years PACKAGING SUSTAINABILITY Launched sustainable packaging programme
  7. 7. Carlsberg’s water footprint of 25 billion hectolitres includes 2 billion hectolitres of blue water Blue water* End-to-end water consumption for Carlsberg Group Billion hectolitres/year 24.4 0.3 <0.1 ~0 0.5 ~0 ~0 Green water** 0 25.2 1.9 1.1 23.3 Agriculture*** Primary Secondary Inbound packaging packaging logistics 23.3 Brewing and bottling Logistics Consumer SG&A and customer Total * Blue water is located in rivers, lakes, groundwater and other bodies capable of being manipulated. It includes drinkable water ** Green water is located in soil from precipitation. It includes rainwater *** Blue water consumption in agriculture excludes leakage and waste in the irrigation process Source: Carlsberg Corporate Finance; Carlsberg Production Performance Report, University of Frankfurt; McKinsey & Company Page 7
  8. 8. Water supply problems are projected to increase across the world by 2015 Water stress – withdrawals to availability* Low water stress Mid water stress Severe water stress No data Majority-owned plant Non majority-owned plant * Water withdrawals are the total annual water withdrawals from surface or groundwater sources within a river basin for various anthropogenic uses (excluding the maintenance of aquatic or riparian ecosystems); water availability corresponds to annual river discharge, i.e., combined surface run-off and groundwater recharge Page 8 Source: Centre for Environmental Systems Research, University of Kassel
  9. 9. 2011 global water risk assessment Water availability Water quality Permitting Expansion potential Cost Future regulatory changes Waste management Local community engagement Key risk regions Russia (quality, effluent and infrastructure) China (supply) India (supply) # 9 5 Sept 2011 Carlsberg Water Risk Assessment Presentation of results
  10. 10. Key conclusion : Private companies need to insource expertise to address water risks Communities • Sanitation • Water use • Water rights Farmers • Unsuitable farming practices • Land degradation • Ground water pollution • Irrigation Brewery Operational improvements and effluent Regulators • Allocation • Intergrated Water resource management • Governance • Stakeholder management 10
  11. 11. Save the Source Carlsberg’s partnership with UNIDO in Russia Save the Source Our Partnership with UNIDO in Russia
  12. 12. SAVE THE SOURCE A GEF – Multi Focal Private Public Partnership to advance environmental solutions GEF Focal Areas •International Waters (IW) • Climate Change (CCM) •Land degradation Objective •Catalyzing Market Transformation of Breweries from a Major Natural Resource Consuming Industry to a Pro-active Steward for Resource Efficient Cleaner Production Components 1) Public Private Partnerships with institutions at oblast level 2) Proactive investments in infrastructure for waste water treatment, ground water replenishment and water body restoration 3) Reduction of environmental footprint of agri industries along the supply chain of JSC Baltika breweries 4) Development of innovative non -commercial brewery waste to energy approaches 5) Development of economic instruments and contribution to the development of regional, national and international policies 6) Civil society engagement Page 12