How Tesco is adapting its business model to help cut carbon
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David North, community and government director, Tesco - at the CBI Climate Change Summit, Tuesday 2 December 2008

David North, community and government director, Tesco - at the CBI Climate Change Summit, Tuesday 2 December 2008

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How Tesco is adapting its business model to help cut carbon How Tesco is adapting its business model to help cut carbon Presentation Transcript

  • Case Study: How Tesco is Adapting its Business Model to Help Cut Carbon David North, Community and Government Director 2 December 2008
  • Structure
    • Business case
    • Strategy
    • Integration
    • Momentum
  • Structure
    • Business case
    • Strategy
    • Integration
    • Momentum
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  • Business case
    • Reduces cost
    • Builds consumer trust
    • Risk management
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  • Business case
    • Reduces cost
    • Builds consumer trust
    • Risk management
  • Business case
    • Reduces cost
    • Builds consumer trust
    • Risk management
    • Price
    • Range
    • Availability
    • Acts in an environmentally friendly way
    • Ease of getting around the store
    TOP 5 OF 150 REASONS WHY CUSTOMERS CHOOSE A STORE
  • Business case
    • Reduces cost
    • Builds consumer trust
    • Risk management
    Group emissions by type 07/08: 60% 19% 12% 7% 2% Total – 4.46mT CO2e Electricity Refrigerant Diesel Gas Business Travel
  • Structure
    • Business case
    • Strategy
    • Integration
    • Momentum
  • Strategy
    • Emissions measurement and reduction
    • Products and services
    • Empowerment
  • Strategy
    • Emissions measurement and reduction
    • Products and services
    • Empowerment
    Distribution Existing stores New stores Area Cut emissions from existing buildings by 50% by 2020 Cut emissions per case in our distribution fleet by 50% by 2012 Cut emissions from new stores by average of 50% by 2020 Targets
  • Strategy
    • Emissions measurement and reduction
    • Products and services
    • Empowerment
  • Strategy
    • Emissions measurement and reduction
    • Products and services
    • Empowerment
  • Structure
    • Business case
    • Strategy
    • Integration
    • Momentum
  • Integration into business
    • Leadership and strategy
    • KPIs and measurement
    • Culture and skills
  • Integration into business
    • Leadership and strategy
    • KPIs and measurement
    • Culture and skills
  • Integration into business
    • Leadership and strategy
    • KPIs and measurement
    • Culture and skills
  • Integration into business
    • Leadership and strategy
    • KPIs and measurement
    • Culture and skills
  • Structure
    • Business case
    • Strategy
    • Integration
    • Momentum
  • Momentum
    • Zero-carbon store
    • Carbon currency
    • SCI
  • Momentum
    • Zero-carbon store
    • Carbon currency
    • Sustainable Consumption Institute
  • Momentum
    • Zero-carbon store
    • Carbon currency
    • Sustainable Consumption Institute
  • Momentum
    • Zero-carbon store
    • Carbon currency
    • Sustainable Consumption Institute
  • Structure
    • Business case
    • Strategy
    • Integration
    • Momentum