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As part of living our purpose and values, we have a clear and distinctive approach to ESG. This approach is aligned to our business strategy and we have set public commitments to achieve meaningful progress and drive positive, lasting change. This approach is informed by our understanding of the issues that are most material to us as a business and to the communities we touch, and in turn by the priorities we have set for ourselves along our value chain. Working together in collaboration with partners, external advisors, regulators and stakeholders, we focus on maximizing our long-term positive impact.
Goals and Progress
Since the creation of Mondelēz International in 2012, we’ve been setting ambitious goals for our programs in sustainability and nutrition and are committed to regularly and transparently reporting our progress. We have achieved all but one of our 2020 goals; indeed we achieved a number of them ahead of schedule. We are on track against our 2025 goals.
KPI reporting excludes acquisitions
ESG Datasheet, SASB & TCFD Alignment
As further evidence of our transparency, we will continue to assess new reporting frameworks and conventions as they emerge. We will continue to watch how disclosure frameworks like the Sustainability Accounting Standards Board (SASB) or the Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) evolve and will adjust our reporting accordingly. As an interim step, we are providing indices that allow investors to reference relevant disclosure in our existing reports.Download
At Mondelēz International we have enhanced disclosure against our DE&I performance, including the 2020 publication of our EEO-1 consolidated filing accessible via Download link below. We are making progress to advance our performance in DE&I and remain committed to making strong progress against our public commitments. (The EE0-1 categories are not necessarily representative of how our industry or workforce is organized.)Download
We are proud of the recognition we’ve received from global organizations for our ESG-related work.
The Dow Jones Sustainability Indices (DJSI) serve as benchmarks for investors who integrate sustainability considerations into their portfolios, and provide an effective engagement platform for companies who want to adopt sustainable best practices.
The Access to Nutrition Index (ATNI) is a new global initiative that evaluates food and beverage manufacturers on their policies, practices, and performance related to obesity and undernutrition.
CDP is an international, not-for-profit organization providing the only global system for companies and cities to measure, disclose, manage and share vital environmental information. We have reported climate change data to CDP Climate since our inception in 2012 and we have also reported information about our water footprint to CDP Water since 2013. We are proud to confirm we hold a B CDP Climate Score Report – classified as “taking coordinated action on climate issues” – and currently outscore both the North America average and Food & Beverage processing sector average.
The Corporate Human Rights Benchmark (CHRB) is a unique collaboration led by investors and civil society organizations dedicated to creating the first open and public benchmark of corporate human rights performance.
Partners and Industry Coalition Memberships
We are members of various organizations that cover a range of issues important to our business. Our engagement in these organizations is based on the philosophy of bringing together differing view and to help drive change. At times, our views may differ from others. Here is a sample of the groups we take part in:
We co-chair the Consumer Goods Forum’s Forest Positive Coalition of Action, the Palm Oil Working Group and the Human Rights Working Group, where we are pioneering sector-wide approaches for a future that is forest positive and respects human rights.
We fully support multi-stakeholder collaboration for sector-wide approaches for a forest positive future where industry and NGOs work together to optimize land across sectors in collaboration with producing governments.
We sit on the board of directors of the World Cocoa Foundation, dedicated to catalyzing public-private action to accelerate cocoa sustainability. We fully support the foundation’s multi-stakeholdership approach for transformative change in the cocoa supply chain via joint learnings and knowledge sharing.