🌍 With COP26 completed, it is now time for leading global brands to make good on their commitments to address climate change along with their governments.
🎯 leading global brands are very active (78%) in setting GHG emissions targets and measuring GHG emissions (89%).
🌤 A large majority of leading global brands are taking mitigation actions (94%) to some degree and disclosing the results of these actions (83%).
⛈ Just over half (56%) of leading global brands have identified climate risks, and less are taking action (39%) on these risks.
👕 The Apparel & Fashion sector leads the way in GHG & mitigation reporting, followed by the Food & Beverage sector.
☕ The Restaurants sector leads in climate change risk and adaptation reporting.
You can find more information about the sustainability efforts of the 18 leading global brands on the Enablesus web app here: https://enablesus.com
You can find some specifics of analysis results for some of the brands on We Don’t Have Time (see links in comments).
Note: Enablesus has no commercial connection to any of the companies or their brands, and all information used in the analysis as well as reported on Enablesus comes from publicly available sources.