The soft drink giant’s efforts in Turkey, Jordan, Kazakhstan and Azerbaijan have been given special emphasis in this report and have outlined good practices and corresponding methodologies in these countries.

 

The company reported performance results in four countries, namely Turkey, Jordan, Kazakhstan and Azerbaijan, with the addition of some good practices and efforts from our Pakistan operations this year.

During the calculation and constitution of performance data for the report, the company utilized methodologies and standards such as the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI), the United Nations Global Compact (UNGC), International Labor Organization (ILO), Universal Declaration of Human Rights, United Nations Convention against Corruption and Green House Gas Protocol (GHG).

In addition to these implementations, performance data is analyzed by generating numbers per unit produced, and deducting this number from the production amount, so that readers are provided with better analysis and accessibility. The report refers to GRI G3 reporting principles and covers A+ implementation level requirements.

Further, the report received independent limited assurance from an international independent audit organisation (PwC) as described in the “Assurance Engagements Other Than Audits or Reviews of Historical Financial Information” (ISAE 3000). Within the context of this implementation, the total energy amount, relevant total carbon emissions, related energy consumption per product, total water consumption and relevant water consumption per liter of production at CCI Turkey plants in 2011 was assessed.

 

Click here to view full report

SOURCE: Coca-Cola

Comments are closed.