Adidas has achieved targets to launch a sustainable supply chain program and finalize its 2015 group environmental strategy, but has missed targets on ISO 14001 certification and on monitoring its environmental footprint.
The group's Sustainability Report 2010 outlines the Adidas Group Environmental Strategy 2015, a plan to reduce the company's environmental footprint 15 percent by 2015, relative to sales. The plan includes a number of targets covering the Adidas supply chain from product creation, sourcing and manufacturing to own-brand store operation and other sales points.
Individual targets under the plan include a 20-percent relative reduction in energy consumption, 30-percent relative cut in carbon emissions, 20-percent increase in water savings per employee, and 25-percent reduction in waste per employee.
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