Winners

SBA Philippines

2014 Winners

Advisory Panel

The final shortlist of SBA Philippines 2014 was presented to the leading sustainability experts as part of the National Advisory Panel: Alex Cabrera, Chairman and Senior Partner, Isla Lipana & Co., PwC member firm Antonio G. M. La Viña, Dean, Ateneo School of Government, Ateneo de Manila University Bonar Laureto, Executive Director, Philippines Business of Environment (PBE) Crisanto S. Frianeza, Secretary General, Philippines Chamber of Commerce and Industry Hans B. Sicat, President and CEO, Philippines Stock Exchange Roby Alampay, Editor-in-Chief at BusinessWorld Sreenivas Narayanan, Group Managing Director, Asia Society for Social Improvement & Sustainable Transformation (ASSIST) Asia

AYALA LAND

Ayala Land progressed to A+ level sustainability reporting on 81 indicators,added eight sector specific indicators and secured external assurance which further strengthens the report’s transparency and credibility, demonstrating compliance with the GRI standard of reporting and management’s total commitment to sustainability. Ayala Land is a member of Philippine Business for the Environment (PBE) and the Philippine Green Building Council (PhilGBC) towards the formulation of Philippine sustainable business practices and green building policy respectively, Carbon Disclosure Program (CDP) and Global Real Estate Sustainability Benchmark (GRESB) through the Asia Pacific Real Estate Association (APREA).

GLOBE TELECOM

Globe Telecom’s Sustainability Council highlights the importance of the triple bottomline to operations, which includes focusing on Employee Welfare and complying with local/international labor regulations. It provides a safe and environment-friendly working environment, evidenced by its sound Occupational Health and Safety Policy and embodied in its Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Certified new head office building - The Globe Tower. The company’s Code of Conduct espouses equal opportunity for all employees, regardless of employee group. Globe is also committed to learning & development, as shown by its adherence to leading practices such as 70/20/10 individual development plan, coaching, and multi-rater feedback. They also have Globe University, an intranet portal with development courses. Globe provides a comprehensive, competitive, and holistic benefits scheme covering areas such as time-off, recognition, healthcare, financial assistance, and security & protection. Employees are engaged via programs that promote its three engagement pillars: fun at work, family values, and wellness.

THE CRAVINGS GROUP

CSR activities of The Cravings Group are executed through the Culinary Education Foundation (CEF). The foundation’s comprehensive Manual of Operations shows its vision and commitment to Green Chefmanship, an environmental approach to culinary education. CEF projects revolve around networking & advocacy, community development, training & education, and resource mobilization. One notable initiative is the Mobile Kitchen Program which aims to develop the culinary skills of women and out-of-school youth in communities. It has garnered the support of international funding agencies such as the International Finance Corporation (IFC), Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA), and Australian Aid (AusAid). Another is the Cravings Kaingin Eco Center & Green Roof Center, a permaculture site providing livelihood training programs and workshops on various agricultural systems or methods such as vermiculture, gardening, and composting.

DEVELOPMENT BANK OF THE PHILIPPINES

DBP is the first Philippine bank to receive an international certification for its Environmental Management System (EMS) under the ISO 14001 standard. It finances not only clean energy projects, regardless of scale, but also ensures their potential partners’ commitment to the environment by requiring its borrowers to submit environmental compliance documents. DBP is also transparent regarding its environmental policy, energy management monitoring and analysis, as evidenced by its sustainability reports. Furthermore, energy management initiatives are embedded in the company’s day-to-day operations such as the use of cleaner transport fuel for its fleet, installation of an energy efficient lighting system, and adoption of green office practices.

NESTLE PHILIPPINES

Nestle’s commitment to water management is exhibited by water efficiency initiatives embedded in its day-to-day operations, complete waste water treatment beyond effluent standards, and water conservation advocacy activities. Their facilities have monitoring structures installed to ensure that polluted water does not go to its surrounding river. Furthermore, Domestic Waste Water Treatment facilities were installed and operated in each of the Nestle Distribution Centers, an initiative beyond DENR requirements. Water conservation awareness is espoused through Project WET (Water Education for Teachers), a curriculum activity-based training on water and related environmental concerns, and the Greening the Supply Chain Program.

NESTLE PHILIPPINES

Nestle’s sound and innovative waste & materials management practices are reflected in its two major projects: Waste to Resource and Packaging Source Reduction. The former, implemented in the company’s Cagayan de Oro facility, enables conversion of 1000MT of spent coffee grounds to steam and formation of fertilizer from 28MT of ash combined with sludge from the water treatment facility. The latter involves reduction of product packaging’s weight and volume by using lighter materials, optimized dimensions, and material substitution. It utilizes an eco-design tool called PIQET (Packaging Impact Quick Evaluation Tool) in developing environment-friendly packaging formats.

LANDBANK OF THE PHILIPPINES

Landbank has established a Corporate Environmental Policy which sets the commitment of the Bank to implement environmental management practices towards mitigating the impact of its operations to the environment including climate change. They are also supportive of climate change mitigation or adaptation projects. In 2013, the Bank has extended Php 4.4 Billion loans to environment-related projects including clean renewable energy projects. LANDBANK also implements various electricity conservation initiatives such as the use of LED lights in its Head Office, installation of solar panels in selected branches, among others.

HONDA

Honda extends the life-cycle assessment approach to their suppliers through the Green Purchasing program. As part of their sustainable supply chain program, the company provides training, and suppliers undergo Supplier Audits and are required to have an ISO certification.

ENERGY DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION (EDC)

EDC has a long term Ecological Research Station in all their sites (these are permanent forest plots to serve as reference of impact of their operation). They also conducted a biodiversity conservation and monitoring program with the University of the Philippines Institute of Biology beginning in 2010. It has also adopted the rarest wildlife in their project sites as indicator of the status of the habitat.

ADEC GROUP

In compliance with its procurement policies and procedure, ADEC Group makes sure that the Corporate Standards Department and Internal Audit Department regularly assess the processes and supplier contracts upon renewal to avoid the occurrence of illegal practices.

HENKEL

Henkel has a strong commitment and mission to being a sustainability leader, building its vision on the Vision 2050 of the World Business Council for Sustainable Development: “In 2050, 9 billion people live well and within the resource limits of the planet”. The company’s ambitious targets and initiatives reflect this vision. In line with reporting best practices, Henkel has processes in place to determine material impacts and issues to guide its sustainability management and reporting.

LANDBANK

Landbank has launched the AgriCOOLture educational video series which will be aired four times during the scheduled airing week for five school years and will feature episodes about crop production and harvest, poultry raising, aquaculture and fisheries. The videos and e-modules will be made available in cable and satellite-connected television sets and internet-ready computers in public schools nationwide in June 2014.   Landbank watershed program have an inclusive approach, including people in the community and also took into account the survival rates for trees planted in a certain area. They changed the trees planted from hardwood trees (usual) to fruit-bearing trees so it would also add income to the community

SM SUPERMALLS

SM actively pursues and contributes to projects that make significant positive impact to the company’s various stakeholders on resource efficiency and disaster resilience. For the next five years, SM Prime aims to continue to innovate its sustainability approaches, disaster resilience initiatives and corporate social responsibilities and further enhance efforts to serve persons with disabilities, women and breastfeeding mothers, overseas Filipino workers, children, youth, senior citizens and the environment.

MONSANTO

Monsanto’s global Human Rights Policy espouses employees’ rights to an adequate and safe working environment, equal opportunity and non-discrimination. The company’s core competencies are comprehensive and provide an adequate backbone to employee learning and development. Furthermore, employees are engaged through one-on-one and team initiatives, with the effectiveness of these programs monitored and measured.

Special recognition: CEBU HOLDINGS

Cebu Holdings has a Health & Safety Committee where the total workforce is represented from all levels. The committee facilitates the conduct of Work Assessment Measurement (WAM) annually to identify hazards in the workplace and to recommend and implement appropriate corrective actions for the improvement of the work environment.

SAN ROQUE POWER

The company’s Strategic Social Investment Program is a comprehensive document showing the San Roque’s Corporate Social Responsibility framework – its philosophy, current situation, monitoring & evaluation, and management and institutional arrangements. Its community-driven programs are centered on environmental protection, livelihood & enterprise development, and education & healthcare.

ADEC GROUP

ADEC Group, through its subsidiary FirstCarbon Solutions, has developed their own low-carbon products and services, namely ghgTrack. It is an energy tracking software that tracks not only carbon emissions but also environmental metrics such as water usage and waste, and Sustainability Workbench, a software that enables users to monitor, manage and report sustainability, energy and supply chain data.

HENKEL

Henkel re-uses rinsing water used in Starch-based Adhesives production, enabling the company to save 10,000 L of water per month.

Special recognition: CITIBANK

Citi invests in operational improvements that mitigate climate change and has set a goal to LEED certify 15 percent of their global real estate by 2015, and to achieve a 20 percent improvement in portfolio energy efficiency from 2005 base year, as measured in ENERGY STAR's Portfolio Manager. Citi has significantly invested in office and data center improvements, and are seeing the results by achieving their 2015 goal of a 25% carbon reduction two years earlier.

RADISSON BLU

Radisson Blu supports National Greening Program under the Department of Environment and Natural Resources, Mangrove Planting and World Environment Day. They have developed a program to report climate change impact assessment via Earth Check.

NESTLE

Nestle’s Greening the Supply Chain Program has helped business partners formulate and implement their own environmental management systems and in the process, the program has trained numerous participants. Their CEO meets with other CEOs so that other will commit to greening the Supply Chain. Nestle has a structured approach and also offers technical assistance to establish and improve their Environment Program.

DEVELOPMENT BANK OF THE PHILIPPINES

DBP developed and implements the DBP Forest Program, a non-credit program that aims to stop denudation and restore the country’s forest cover through organized collaboration with government and nongovernment organizations, state universities and colleges, people’s organizations and other qualified forest partners. Open forest areas are selected for planting of high value fruit and forest trees and mangroves that will reduce soil / coastal erosion, conserve water, increase biodiversity, serve as spawning ground for fishes and crustaceans, serve as protection against strong wave incursion, and promote rural livelihood opportunities. DBP extends environmental credit facilities.

HONDA

Honda ensures that suppliers commit and sign to their procurement policy. Likelihood of illegal practices in their supply chain is monitored through an annual Corporate Governance Self-Verification System and is subjected to Corporate Governance audit.

SBA Singapore

2017 Winners

National Advisory Panel

Victor Tay - Vice Chairman, United Nations Global Compact and Chief Operating Officer, NTU, Constant Van Aerschot - Executive Director, Business Council for Sustainable Development (BCSD), Reuter Chua - Head, Association of Chartered Certified Accountants' (ACCA), Singapore, Lee Su Shyan - Money Editor, The Straits Times, Tony Gourlay - CEO, Global Initiatives,

Dirk Teichert - Chairman, Asia Region of Control Union

Unilever

As a global conglomerate, Unilever has several strategies in place that contribute to economic well-being through wealth-creation, employment, improving skills and access to markets.

City Developments Limited

With a global presence as well, CDL has a Code of Business Conduct and Human Rights policy that includes corporate guidelines on workplace diversity and equal opportunity, which also includes supporting the Board Diversity Pledge initiated by the SID and SGX. Another standout is also their Employee Grievance Handling Policy that includes a comprehensive and structured three-stage procedure.

Keppel Corporation

Keppel Corporation has gone further into their sustainability practice by targeting focus area and creating sub-targets specifically, covering sustainability strategy aspects. They have produced a clear sustainability framework and pillars with detailed descriptions and are guided by the UNGCC, UN Principles on Business and Human Rights and UN SDGs.

City Developments Limited

Since 1995, CDL has integrated sustainability into its business and been a steadfast leader in Singapore. In March 2017, they launched a new blueprint – CDL Future Value 2030. It encapsulates their longstanding commitment and best practices of over 20 years, and sets clear directions for contributing towards a sustainable future.

Unilever

With global operations underway all the time, Unilever has identified 4 key focus areas where they can make the biggest impact, highlighting specifically how they plan to go along with it. Further commitments also include halving the water associated with the consumer use of their products by 2020.

Accor Hotels

A major player in Singapore’s hospitality industry, Accor Hotels focuses on 3 priority areas on waste itself, including food waste, with a specific target to reduce food waste by 30% by 2020. Further targets include recovering 65% of waste from hotel operations by 2020 and 100% of hazardous waste treated properly.

Kimberly-Clark

Kimberly-Clark has a 2022 goal to reduce absolute GHG emissions by 20% vs 2005 baseline, modeled using the Science-based Targets Initiative’s “Sectoral Decarbonization Approach”. They are constantly reevaluating GHG emissions from upstream and downstream supply chains, assessing improvement opportunities.

Ericsson

Ericsson has a supplier code of conduct that covers 6 main areas that are available in 16 languages on their website. As part of their supplier screening process, potential suppliers would have to complete a mandatory Supplier Self-Assessment before getting selected, using a risk-based approach for audits to identify relevant suppliers to audit and report on audit reports in the their Sustainability Report.

Keppel Land

Keppel Land requires contractors to conduct an impact assessment for all projects prior to construction and to establish a management plan to mitigate significant environmental impacts.

Evonik

Evonik provides a code of conduct, global social policy and policy statement on human rights and code of conduct for suppliers in the public domain. They also have house of compliance to manage and define minimum group-wide standards along with a compliance management system.

Accor Hotels

Accor Hotels has conducted major studies to update their materiality assessment, showing continuous updating on their KPIs. Apart from that, they have identified key stakeholder groups and key topics for each for value creation levers for the company and CSR levers.

Accor Hotels

Accor Hotels has identified relevant SDGs to their business and listed specific targets under each describing contributions through initiatives, including 2020 goals for them.

UOB

UOB has been working in partnership in the Autism Resource Centre’s Employability and Employment Centre in Singapore to redesign work processes, modify office environments and develop structured training programmes for people with autism to work at their Scan Hub operations centre in Singapore.

Buy1Give1

A social enterprise and non-profit organization with a mission to create a world full of giving. Buy1Give1 is changing the way people give in the aspects of water and consumer staples.

Barilla Group

Barilla Group’s strategy ‘Good for You, Good for the Planet’ forms their core values. In operations for 140 years, they have managed to expand their operations worldwide and taken responsibility of their entire supply chain. Their Sustainable Durum Wheat Programme aims to maximize the output of wheat in the industry.

City Developments Limited

As part of a sustainable future, CDL has introduced their Future Value 2030 strategy that is an integrated strategy for value creation as part of their sustainability blueprint. Mentioned in their plan, 2030 is a significant year for the global sustainable development and green building movement.

SingTel

Singtel has made it’s mark on community investments of about SGD$35.67 million in Singapore and Australia. With the growing threat of cyber security, Singtel has created programs targeted towards Cyber Wellness, educating the public, people with disabilities, special education schools about digital citizenship and online safety. Leveraging on technology, Singtel has also supported social innovation to create enabling solutions for community

Evonik

A leader in specialty chemicals, Evonik has found a way to not only guide the industry to where it should be, but has also pledged formal document regarding their Energy Policy stating key commitments and principles to reduce energy and comply with ever tightening legal requirements. One of their targets encapsulated under GHG emissions target of 12% by 2020 starting from 2012.

Kimberly-Clark

By 2022, Kimberly-Clark plans to implement a water strategy with a clear 4-step process with ley initiative for each step. This includes a Water Compliance Strategy brief detailing how they are impacted by water issues and what they are doing to mitigate the risks. They have taken a step further by starting to collaborate with their external stakeholders, starting from their suppliers on water stress.

Fuji Xerox

With a Zero landfill company-wide policy, Fuji Xerox has invested in their own integrated recycling system across all of their operations, following the highest standards of waste management, the BASEL convention, a United Nations Environment Programme on the control of Transboundary Movement of Hazardous wastes and their disposal.

Unilever

Unilever targets to be carbon positive in its operations by 2030 and halve the greenhouse gas impact of their products across the lifecycle by 2030. They have also cut CO2 emissions from energy by over 40% operations by 2008. This has led them to being on CDP’s A list for 5 years in a row and named industry leader on the DJSI.

Friesland Campina

By 2020, Friesland Campina aims to only purchase agricultural raw materials and paper packaging acquired from fully sustainably managed sources. To achieve that goal, they have worked directly with farmers to improve farming techniques and improve quality and quantity of milk as well as reducing environmental impacts.

Armstrong Asset Management

As a clean energy asset manager, Armstrong Asset Management conducts due diligence on all new projects, requiring them to meet IFC Environmental and Social Performance standards. They also have a policy to not invest in projects or activities that are in Exclusion and Restricted List of activities which are based on external guidelines like the IFC, DEG, FMO and Proparco.

Unilever

Unilever has an all-in-one extensive document on their code of business principles that includes anti-corruption, external communications, discrimination, safety, etc. t provides a clear framework for integrity and governance & management in the company all the way down to the employee level.

Starhub

Starhub has been able to identify strategic areas for each identified and how they create value, what the challenges are, and who the beneficiaries are. They have gone further and identified key stakeholders for each describing how they engage with them, expectations and progress and plans for 2016 & 2017.

Essilor

As a leader in the eye-care industry, Essilor has developed a whole separate report targeting their SDG performance and impacts detailing assessments on how they impact or contribute to each SDG with 2020 targets for each SDG across value chain and impacts.

Buy1Give1

A company that operates an Eco friendly resort off the coast of Singapore in Bintan, Loola has collaborated immensely with schools in Singapore for leadership and team building camps. In regards to their operation, Loola is in the process in converting to a solar-powered air-conditioning system of using completely environmentally friendly "thermal batteries”.

Evonik

Evonik believes that responsible action and business success are inseparable. They are committed to the balanced management of economic, environmental and social factors and continue to undertake innovative initiatives to reduce their impact.

City Developments Limited

A household name in Singapore, CDL was the first developer in Singapore to achieve the ISO50001 Energy Management System. They have implemented the Green Lease Partnership Programme to support commercial tenants in reducing energy consumption by identifying each stage in a project life cycle and focus areas for energy efficiency in each.

Keppel Corporation

With a broad spectrum of operations, Keppel Corporation has gone above and beyond in this sector. They have created an annual employee engagement survey in 8 languages spanning 12 countries, a corporate statement on Human Rights according to ILO and UN Principles and an Employee Code of Conduct with detailed definitions and context.

UOB

DBS organizes an annual DBS-NUS Social Venture Challenge Asia for aspiring social entrepreneurs to raise awareness of social entrepreneurship and to build a robust community of social entrepreneurs and capacity builders across Asia.

2015 Winners

Advisory Panel

The final shortlist of SBA Singapore 2015 was presented to the leading sustainability expert as part of the National Advisory Panel:

Prof. Michael Quah - Executive Advisor, NUS Enterprise
Joseph Alfred  - Head of Policy and Technical, ACCA
Lee Su Shan - Money Editor, the Strait Times Monica Hira  - Partner, PwC Singapore
Tony Gourlay - CEO, Global Initiatives

Keppel Corporation

Sustainability is an integral part of Keppel’s business operations, as clearly articulated in their Annual Sustainability report. Their sustainability initiatives are also aligned to the different business activities of the Keppel Corporation

Ricoh Asia Pacific

Ricoh ensures that all suppliers comply with their Supplier Code of Conduct, which covers areas related to environmental conservation, human rights and conflict minerals.

Ikea Singapore

• Sustainability forms a core part of IKEA SINGAPORE’s business strategy, as stated in their People & Planet Positive strategy 2020. • Their strategy covers individual development plans for staff members as well as the development of community activities in their respective local areas.

Olam International

As a company, Olam believes that its responsibility is to empower local communities and to create long-term development. Various aspects of their sustainability strategy include; • Providing agricultural training, production inputs and finance to farmers • Embarking on social investments in health, education and community infrastructure • Engaging with local government and communities

DSM

DSM has a Global Supplier Sustainability Program and actively pursues the concept of sustainability throughout its entire value chain. For example, DSM asks suppliers to engage in its ECO+ and People+ projects.

SINGTEL

• Singtel undertook a structured stakeholder exercise with the feedback applied directly into their materiality assessment and the material issues are also applied to Singtel’s value and supply chain. • This exercise provides Singtel with a clear overview of the focus areas, for sustainability in the coming years.

DHL

• DHL commits to innovate and promote energy efficient, sustainable supply-chain practices across the industry. • This commitment can be seen through DHL’s development of GoGreen products and services, research investment and the increased uptake of renewable energy sources throughout its business.

Kimberly Clark

Water is a essential resource to Kimberly-Clark's business. • They have invested significantly to support the water needs of communities in which they operate. • Ambitious water reduction targets have been set to minimize their absolute water use.

Fuji Xerox Asia Pacific

• Waste management and materials productivity are integral parts of Fuji Xerox’s environmental activities. • As an extension of their own Integrated Recycling System, Fuji Xerox partnered with a materials manufacturer to develop a technology for recycling plastic materials which offers the same level of quality as newly made plastic.

DSM

Through its ECO+ program and promoting the circular economy, DSM integrates its response in tackling climate change and enhancing energy efficiency into the design and innovation phase of products.

Asia Pacific Breweries

In addition to a global Sustainability Report, Asia Pacific Breweries developed concise, clear country-specific factsheets highlighting approaches and performance on material sustainability topics for the countries it operates in.

DSM

• For their commitment to embracing the concept of sustainability and creating value along the three dimensions of people, planet and profit. • They have shown that the overriding value steering their business is sustainability

2014 Winners

Advisory Panel

The final shortlist of SBA Singapore 2014 was presented to the leading sustainability experts as part of the National Advisory Panel:

Constante Van Aerschot - Executive Director BCSD Singapore
Jenny Costelloe - Founder & CEO Skylark Advisory
Lee Sushyan - Money Desk Editor Straits Times Leong Soo Yee -  Head ACCA Singapore
Monica Hira - Senior Partner PwC Singapore
Tony Gourlay - CEO Global Initiatives

SingTel

As part of their sustainability efforts Singtel has demonstrated a strong commitment to employee welfare, fair employment practices and transparency. Singtel's annual sustainability report clearly articulates the relevant policies and initiatives in addition to reporting relevant metrics that help track progress against the organization's aspirations

Loola Adventure Resort

Loola engages the local government as well as the local community (schools,orphanages and local villagers and communities) to identify worthwhile Community Involvement Projects in which their guests can meaningfully participate. A significant number of Loola’s guests are from Singapore based schools, and they are encouraged to join this process, all the way from identification to design and implementation. Loola’s core view is community engagement is a win-win set-up that benefits all stakeholders.

Unilever

Unilever considers community programmes as a core part of the corporate brand and reputation. As such, their CSR activities are closely connected to their core business. Lifebuoy, Unilever’s soap brand, co-founded Global Handwashing Day. They also visited schools in Singapore to teach kids hand washing habits.

Keppel Land

Keppel Land adopts a holistic and proactive approach towards environmental management, guided by its vision to develop properties that harmonise with and enhance the environment. Going beyond statutory requirements, Keppel Land has committed to achieve a minimum Green Mark GoldPlus rating for new developments in Singapore to ensure they are energy efficient. The company also has a comprehensive tenant engagement programme to help occupants improve their energy efficiency.

DHL

DHL prioritises energy management to minimise the environment impact. DHL is the founding member of Green Freight Asia to promote innovation in and adoption of green transportation. DHL also actively promotes environmental protectionism by carbon transparency, reduction in emissions throughout the supply chain, and supporting research in energy management and alternate fuels.

Heineken

Water is a key focus area of Heineken’s sustainability strategy “Brewing for a Better Future”. Their commitment to water sustainability is translated into various initiatives undertaken in the markets they operate in. In Vietnam, Heineken advocated "1 Minute Less for Million Smiles" campaign to encourage people to conserve clean water and raised financial donations to provide people in rural areas better access to clean water. In Thailand, Heineken worked with Kasetsart University to conduct research on their waste water sludge which then enabled them to turn it into fertilizers. Heineken targets to significantly reduce water usage by 2020, continuously monitors water usage in their breweries and partners with NGOs to drive water stewardship programmes.

Ricoh Asia Pacific

Ricoh deploys sustainable environmental management practices that help to preserve the Earth’s ecology. Ricoh tracks and enforces waste reduction and reuse policies in the product development life cycle. They take active steps to minimise waste-to-landfill by means of product design as well as material recovery processes.

Interface

Interface has achieved 71% reduction of greenhouse gas emissions per unit of product from 1996 to 2014 through diverse strategies including process efficiencies, energy efficiencies (such as lighting and equipment replacement), fuel switching and use of renewable energy. Interface’s carbon neutral carpet, Cool Carpet, further demonstrates their commitment to address climate change issues. Using Life Cycle Assessment (LCA), Interface measures the total greenhouse gas emissions created during the entire life cycle of their products and balances the carbon footprint through the purchase and retirement of offsets. In addition, Interface continuously benchmarks climate change impact of their products against other carpet manufacturers.

Unilever

Unilever’s sustainability sourcing agenda is embedded in their portfolio of products and business operations. Lipton tea and Magnum ice cream’s Rainforest Alliance certification as well as Ben & Jerry’s Fairtrade certification highlight Unilever’s commitment to sustainable agricultural sourcing. Unilever's Sustainable Palm Oil Sourcing Policy has been designed to drive market transformation by working with key suppliers and the industry to put a halt on deforestation and protect peat lands. All of Unilever’s palm oil currently comes from or supports sustainable production.Unilever has also been working with their suppliers to help them move to sustainable agricultural practices.

Loola Adventure Resort

Loola has successfully converted the land on which it is situated from a wasteland to a thriving green resort. Loola has also been active in biodiversity conservation efforts in its local area, with the company and guests supporting in mangrove and forest re-planting efforts. The company has planted around 10 hectares of forest, fruit trees and mangroves to date. Additionally, Loola has found an innovative way to recycle water through the creation of a waste water treatment system (vegetated leach fields), which not only services the resort, but has started supplying some of the local households in the kampong, making it a net contributor of clean water to the community in which it operates.

Swire

Swire Pacific Offshore is strongly committed to operating ethically, prudently, responsibly and safely. SPO requires all suppliers to abide by its robust Supplier Code of Conduct which covers areas such as discrimination and rights, child labour and health and safety. The company undertakes regular audits of their suppliers, not only to ensure compliance with this policy, but also to look at opportunities on how they can work together towards achieving SPO’s sustainable development goals.

City Developments Ltd

City Developments Ltd actively evaluates environmental aspects of its business operations that can potentially have significant environmental impacts, takes measures to reduce the impact, and monitors through environmental disclosures. CDL monitors the key environmental aspects at its worksites, investment buildings and Corporate Office.

Unilever

Unilever’s commitment to achieving sustainable living by improving health and wellbeing, reducing environmental impact and enhancing livelihood is a key component of their corporate strategy and well embedded in their business operations. They consistently demonstrated remarkable sustainability practices across all categories we evaluated, a clear testament to their holistic approach.

Keppel Land

Keppel Land requires contractors to conduct an impact assessment for all projects prior to construction and to establish a management plan to mitigate significant environmental impacts.

SBA Singapore

2016 Winners

Advisory Panel

The final shortlist of SBA Indonesia 2016 were presented to the SBA National Advisory Panel as the leading sustainability experts in Indonesia; Shinta Kamdani, President of IBCSD and Vice Chair Woman of KADIN Indonesia Irhoan Tanudiredja, Senior Partner, PwC Indonesia Tony Gourlay, CEO, Global Initiatives Erna Witoelar, Founder, Chairperson and Governing Board Member, KEHATI Mulya Siregar, Deputy Commissioner, Indonesian FSA, OJK Budiman Tanuredjo, Chief Editor, Kompas Endy Bayuni, The Editor in Chief, The Jakarta Post Marie Pangestu, Former Minister of Trade RI Heru Prasetyo, Institute of Deliverology Indonesia

Indocement Tunggal Prakarsa Indonesia

Indocement aligns its sustainability strategy with HeidelbergCement Group which also disclosed in their SR. Their strategy is articulated in their IPMS (Indocement Performance Management System) that covers Key Performance Measurement Indicator and performance scores ranging from 0-100 that is monitored on monthly basis. The scope covered in IPMS includes water consumption rate, dust emission level, alternative fuel consumption rate, customer satisfication, public responsibility including security index and health index. Indocement is the first company in Southeast Asia to have receive a Certified Emission Reductions (CERs) on its own CDM project under the UNFCCC, through its Blended Cement Project and Alternative Fuel Project. Indocement initiated the CDM project in December 2002, The international organization signed a Letter of Intent with the World Bank in August 2003. Finally, the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) approved the CDM project, which consists of the alternative fuel project and blended cement project in 2006. In Indocement Blended Project, Indocement has been reducing CO2 emissions by producing environmentally friendly cement. Indocement uses alternative material (AM) to reduce the clinker content in the production process. Alternative materials come from B3/non-B3 waste, either from within Indocement (internal) or from other industries (external). The waste types include: iron slag, copper slag, wastewater, treatment sludge, grinding sludge and bottom ash. Indocement Blended Cement Project is able to reduce 469,750 metric tonnes CO2 equivalent per annum .  In Indocement Alternative Fuel Project, Indocement use of alternative fuel (AF) from biomass (palm shells and sawdust) that are considered CO2- neutral. Alternative Fuel Project will be able to reduce 50,759 metric tonnes CO2 equivalent per annum. CDM CER Project Value is about US$ 10.274.565 and these initiatives contribute significantly to reducing the impact of climate change.

Unilever Indonesia Tbk Indonesia

Unilever has policies Responsible Sourcing Policy and Responsible Business Partner Policy for its suppliers and distributors. Its suppliers, at its own costs, register with USQS (Unilever's Supplier Qualification System) to complete assessment to ensure compliance with the policy. For its employees, Unilever has regular programs for its Code of Business Principles, including training for new employees, refreshing online session for existing employee including reminders and various campaigns to promote the Code as well as raise any concerns to it. Various activities relate to it have been regularly in the past including awareness program using tagline " Jangan Lagi Galau: Kenali dan Katakan Transparan” (Don’t Be Confused. Recognise It and Talk About It Clearly). This programme campaign covered four key aspects of the CoBP, namely Anti-Bribery, Gifts and Entertainment, Avoiding Conflicts of Interest, and Contacts with Government, Regulators and NGOs. These aspects have also been part of Internal Audit program within Unilever.

Nestle Indonesia

Nestle Indonesia has published their commitment to be a gender-balanced company to achieve increases in the percentage of women managers and senior leaders. In the last 6 years, Nestle Indonesia has doubled the no of women managers to 36%. In 2016, first quarter, Nestle recorded that 26% of its NimCom (BoD) are women. Nestle Indonesia Head office has surpassed its target of 50% women employees to 73%. Nestle is encouraged this achievement in factories, too. They also do celebration for Women Leaders to honor inspiring women at workplace. Nestle has also Nestle Maternity Protection Policy that promotes 5 pillars, i) maternity protection, ii)employment protection and non-discrimination, iii) healthy work environment, iv) flexible work arrangements andv)  conducive work environment to breastfeed. Breastfeeding rooms are provided for lactating mothers to either breastfeed or express milk during working hours in a secure and relaxing environment.  In addition, Nestle has flexible working arrangements (for example, job sharing, part time employment etc.) in line with the guidelines on Flexible Work Environment at Nestlé

PT Vale Indonesia, Tbk

The company has developed PTPM (Progam Terpadu Pengembangan Masyarakat/ Integrated Community Development Program) that is intended to also promote the new approach of CSR and embed the principles of transparency, accountability and right beneficiaries. The document is aligned with regional development plan of East Luwu Government and designed for 5-year roadmap. It intends to reduce overlapping program and financing/funding. One of PTPM Program, Sekolah Lapangan Tani Lada, has been conducted with objective of building farmer capacity to manage land and productive plants, increasing farmer's income and implement environment friendly agriculture. In March 2014,  this program has been conducted in 7 villages in Kabupaten Luwu Timur. The company also measure the success of the program using indicators including how farmers have improved theiskills and knowledge and measure the impact to the productivity level. Collaborating with Government of Luwu Timur Regency, the company revitalised  Agricultural, Fisheries and Forestry Extension Center (BP3K) of Nuha which also used as center for the development of environmentally friendly and non-pesticides (organic) agricultural technologies.

PT Puls Trading Far East Limited (H&M)

Globally the company has more than 800 suppliers with around more than 140 are in Indonesia which include manufacturing factories and processing factories. As part of the Group, the company in Indonesia applies SIPP (Sustainable Impact Partnership Program) that assess the sustainability performance of their suppliers. All factories are assessed through 3-leveled approach: i) compliance with fundamental requirements ii) existence of and quality of management system iii) setting performance goals vs target. A sustainability score index is applied to each factory performance. The company does the screen and audit for all new suppliers before placing the orders.

PT Unilever Indonesia Tbk

The company has regular stakeholder engagement on its USLP Progress (Unilever Sustainable Living Plan). One of program includes the 3C Programme (Consumer, Customer & Community Connection Programme) and via Waste Bank at Kelurahan Mampang Prapatan programme, which asked employees to connect directly with consumers, customers and communities to seek insights that will benefit the business. Project Sunlight, for the last 2 years, has been their principal vehicle for engaging external stakeholders in Unilever sustainability agenda. In 2014, more than 180 million had signed up to Project Sunlight Indonesia's website showing their support for creating a healthier future through health education and the provision of proper sanitation facilities in various corners of the country. Unilever also utilize digital channels to building stakeholder engagement, such as Facebook, Twitter and YouTube as well as their website. In 2015, powered by digital channels, the brightFuture campaign reached over 28.5 million people in 5 months through Facebook posts, articles, blog posts and video content, including short, film on tree protection.

Holcim Indonesia

One of the four pillars in Holcim Quality Environment and Policy which is Resource Utilization which they comit to promote eco-efficiency, conservation of non-renewable natural resources and recycling of secondary materials.  Holcim also publish their target regarding circular economy practices in website. Their target include the utilisation fo alternative fuel of more than 65M tons/year of waste-derived fuels to be used in operations by 2025. Holcim also has campaign on energy saving programs at production sites " Dream Runs" focusing on its cement kiln to run using waste to replace fossil fuels. In terms of monitoring, Holcim has  consistently publisedh their energy consumption and intensity performance since 2007 through its yearly sustainability report. The trend of their energy intensity ratio (heating and electricity) have been decreasing during period 2011-2015.

Multi Bintang Indonesia

The company has initiative - Water Stewardship with 2 main objectives: Water Efficieny and Water Source Protection & Balancing.  Water balancing is their initiative in water scared and distressed area to compensate water that does not return to the initial ecosystem after becoming end products and evaporates during production process. The Company launched commitment of : Brewing a Better World 2020 in 2010 with two objecitves: 1) By 2020, reduce specific water consumption by 25% and achieve 3.3 hl/hl on average (baseline 2008) in their 2 breweries (Sampang Agung and Tangerang) 2) Aim for significant water compensation/balancing by their breweries in water scarce and water distressed areas (including Tangerang and Sampang Agung Brewery) Progress so far includes a decrese of water from  from 4.41 hl/hl in 2012 to 3.94 hl/hl in 2015 and completion of Source Water Vulnerability Assessment & development of Source Water Protection Plan in each facility. The company is also doing awareness program such as Green School Program and collaborating with Conservation International Indonesia will be rolling out Reforestation Initiatives for its two watersheds area of their breweries.

Nestle Indonesia

The company has set target aims to achieve zero waste disposal in their sites by 2020. Their progress so far has shown waste disposals by 43% in 2015 from 2010. In addition, Nestlé uses packaging materials which is 100% of recycled paper and 80% of recycled material for shipping case. All suppliers of packaging materials have to attain Certificate of Analysis (CoA) and Certificate of Compliance (CoC). Nestlé has an initiative called Nestlé Continuous Excellence (NCE) to guide them in improving their efficiency, quality and productivity which has encouraged them into doing more with fewer resources and less waste. One of the initiatives in waste reduction is reducing the packaging weight by optimizing the packaging material that is being used and ensure it has no or less environmental impact. In addition Nestle also use Nestlé Policy on Environmental Sustainability and the Packaging Sustainability Roadmap as a basis in selecting and designing the packaging of their products. These policy and roadmap are shared, and training are provided, in the annual packaging workshop, which is attended by all packaging specialists. These specialists will then share the workshop’s result in each factory.  Nestle also build partnership with several consumer goods companies and have established a long term collaboration to launch a pilot project on packaging waste management in Pejaten, Pasar Minggu, South Jakarta. This pilot project are replicated in several other locations across the Greater Jakarta area and other cities.

Riau Andalan Pulp and Paper

The company has a policy of High Conservation Value and commitment since 2005 and has been evolving since. Sustainable Forest Management Policy 2.0 has been developed focusing area such as forest protection and conservation, peat land management, continuous reduction of carbon footprint, proactive support of local communities, respect the rights of indigenous peoples and communities. The company has published their air emission history from 2010-2015 in sustainability report. The trend of sulphur emission level in RAPP is decreasing from 2010-2014. The reduction of sulphur emission levels is a result of initiatives to utilize lower sulphur content coal and better control of limestone feeding for sulphur scrubbing delivered a significant contribution to sulfur emission reduction. RAPP also published their commitment to continuous reduction of its carbon footprint in website, including continuously improve its material and energy efficiency throughout the supply chain, optimize utilization of renewable energy and increase its carbon sequestration through conservation and ecosystem restoration and continuous improvements in sustainable plantation management practices.

SMART Indonesia

The company aims to complete the RSPO certification by 2020. The Company also has commitment on "no conversion of High Conservation Areas" and implement High Carbon Stock Forest Conservation Pilot in West Kalimantan. Together with Golden Agri Resource, The Forest Trust and Greenpeace, PT SMART conducted a fieldwork in West and Central Kalimantan between the first quarter and last quarter of 2011 as part of the HCS forest study to develop a practical, scientifically robust and cost effective methodology to define and identify HCS areas for conservation. Following this, they published a HCS Forest Study Report on 4 June 2012. In August 2014, SMART joined an HCS Steering Group comprising NGOs and plantation companies to lead a process for further development and global standardization of the HCS methodology. PT SMART conducted Participatory Mapping and Participatory Conservation Planning which respects the right to Free, Prior and Informed Consent (FPIC). The guideline of Participatory Mapping, including FPIC principle, has been published externally in January 2015.

2014 Winners

Advisory Panel

The final shortlist of SBA Indonesia 2014 were presented to the SBA National Advisory Panel as the leading sustainability experts in Indonesia; Emil Salim, Former Minister RI Kuntoro Mangkusubroto, Former Minister RI Nyoman Iswarayoga, Director WWF Indonesia Irhoan Tanudiredja, Senior Partner PwC Indonesia Shinta Kamdani, Vice Chairwoman Kadin Sachin Gopalan, CEO Berita Satu Media

Unilever Indonesia

For placing sustainability at the centre of their business and promoting this at national and international forums.

Holcim Indonesia

For engaging employees to be proactive in their own development through setting their own professional development framework using an online system.

Astra International

For developing and implementing a company system and tool to manage, measure and monitor the CSR performance of their subsidiaries.

Holcim Indonesia

For converting waste to energy and achieving the largest emissions reduction project in Indonesia, with a reduction of 500,000 tonnes of CO2 equivalent per year.

Bukit Asam (Persero)

For pioneering the use of natural plants to treat hazardous heavy metals from mining water discharge.

Aqua Group

For extending its waste management effort to consumers and engaging garbage scavengers to trade plastic bottles for household goods and education.

Holcim Indonesia

For setting and communicating publicly their quantified CO2 emission target for 2015, 2020 & 2030, and for reducing their CO2 emissions per tonne of cement by 21% over last 10 years.

Nestle Indonesia

For training local farmers in sustainable farming, enabling them to supply Nestle’s main commodities such as milk, coffee and cocoa, which empowers the farmers to improve their own welfare at the same time.

Branita Sandini (Monsanto Indonesia)

For establishing a sustainable agriculture model that protects critical forest & biodiversity while increasing the income of local farmers.

Unilever Indonesia

For introducing the Sustainable Agriculture Code (SAC), Code of Business Principle (COBP) and Business Partner Code (BPC) to each engagement and agreement with third parties.

Dupont Agriculture Products Indonesia

DuPont publicly discloses quantitative data on its environmental performance through several channels, all based on the GRI reporting principles. DuPont was listed in the Carbon Disclosure Leader Index in 2013.

Holcim Indonesia

Holcim’s sustainability efforts reach beyond their own day-to-day operations. To give just one example, Holcim converts waste from other companies into energy and engages with them so they can become more sustainable too. Sustainability is clearly embedded in their mission and leadership and the company works to be an inspiration to their peers and stakeholders in their supply chain.

Bank Negara Indonesia

BNI is active in promoting sustainable banking practices at international forums including in Dubai, London and Rio de Janeiro, as well as through their own mechanism that considers the sustainability efforts of applicants to their loan scheme.

Great Giant Pineapple

100% of their energy consumption comes from biogas produced by their own composting program.

Pulau Nikoi

Nikoi island is engaged in numerous sustainability activities as part of its luxury eco resort business. The company also established The Island Foundation, which invests in education and capacity building for the local population.

Vale Indonesia

90% of energy that is supplied to Vale Indonesia's smelter comes from hydropower.

Bumi Serpong Damai

The BSD housing complex invests in surface water treatment, for example from rivers and artificial water bodies, for the residents’ water needs in order to minimize water extraction from groundwater.

H.E. Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono 6th President, RI‏

During his ten years as President of Indonesia, Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono placed green growth and sustainable economic development at the very top of his agenda, more so than any other President in Indonesia’s modern history. Under his stewardship, Indonesia has demonstrated world-leading, ambitious action to show that sustainable land use and economic growth are compatible objectives. Among other efforts, he introduced strict environmental laws and was active in global climate change diplomacy and sustainable forestry. In his new role, as Chairman of the Global Green Growth Institute, President Yudhoyono will continue to promote sustainable economic development for Indonesia, and the world.

2013 Winners

Advisory Panel

Shoeb Kagda, Group Editor in Chief Berita Satu Media Luluk Sumiarso, Indonesian Institute for Clean energy Shinta Kamdani, Vice Chairwoman Kadin Sarwono Kusumaatmadja, Former Minister of Republic of Indonesia Sachin Gopalan, CEO Berita Satu Media

Bukit Asam

Holcim Indonesia

Bank Negara Indonesia

Nestle Indonesia

Great Giant Pinaple

Total E&P

Bukit Asam

Martina Berto

Garuda Indonesia

Indah Kiat

Bumi Serpong Damai – Sinar Mas Land

Siloam Hospital

Vale Indonesia

Danone Aqua Group

Branita Sandhini – Monsanto

Pan Brothers

Pindo Deli

Nestle Indonesia

Dupont Indonesia

Holcim Indonesia

Danone Aqua Group

Beton Elemenindo Putra

Bank Negara Indonesia

2012 Winners

Advisory Panel

Alex McGillivray, Director Climate Business London Luluk Sumiarso, Indonesian Institute for Clean energy Shinta Kamdani, Vice Chairwoman Kadin Suryo Bambang Sulistio, Chairman Kadin Sachin Gopalan, CEO Berita Satu Media

Lippo Karawaci

Bank Negara Indonesia

Nestle Indonesia

DuPont Indonesia

Pertamina

Vale Indonesia

Victory Ching Luh Indonesia

Shangri-La Hotel, Jakarta

Bakrie Telecom

Holcim Indonesia

Siloam Hospital

Victory Ching Luh Indonesia

United Tractors

Nestle Indonesia

Astra International

Danone Aqua

Vale Indonesia

Nestle Indonesia

HSBC Indonesia

in association with ALBI Medco Power

Pran Indo Permata Abadi (PIPA)

Bank Negara Indonesia

United Tractors