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

Special Award for Leadership in Green Growth & Development

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.

Strategy & Vision

Unilever Indonesia

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

Workforce

Holcim Indonesia

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

CSR in the Community

Astra International

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

Energy Management

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.

Water Management

Bukit Asam (Persero)

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

Overall Winner

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.

Waste Management & Material Productivity

Danone Aqua Group

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

Climate Change

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.

Supply Chain

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.

Land Use, Biodiversity & the Environment

Branita Sandini (Monsanto Indonesia)

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

Business Responsibility & Ethics

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.

Environment Disclosure by Trucost

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.

Special Recognition

Pioneer in green finance in Indonesia

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.

Outstanding leadership in sustainable agriculture

Great Giant Pineapple

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

SME that places sustainability at the core of its business

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.

Outstanding energy management in the mining sector

Vale Indonesia

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

Outstanding water management in the property sector

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.

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

Construction and Building Material

Holcim Indonesia

Banking & Finance

Bank Negara Indonesia

Food and Beverage

Nestle Indonesia

Agribusiness

Great Giant Pinaple

Energy

Total E&P

Mining and Metals

Bukit Asam

Consumer Goods

Martina Berto

Logistic & Transportation

Garuda Indonesia

Pulp and Paper

Indah Kiat

Infrastructure

Bumi Serpong Damai – Sinar Mas Land

Healthcare

Siloam Hospital

Best Overall Winner

Bukit Asam

Strategy & Vision

Vale Indonesia

Workforce

Danone Aqua Group

CSR in the Community

Branita Sandhini – Monsanto

Waste Management

Pan Brothers

Water Management

Pindo Deli

Supply Chain Management

Nestle Indonesia

Biodiversity

Dupont Indonesia

Energy Management

Holcim Indonesia

Environmental Disclosure

Danone Aqua Group

Best SME

Beton Elemenindo Putra

Best State-Owned Enterprise

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

Building & Property

Lippo Karawaci

Banking & Finance

Bank Negara Indonesia

Food and Beverage

Nestle Indonesia

Agribusiness

DuPont Indonesia

Energy

Pertamina

Mining and Metals

Vale Indonesia

Consumer Goods

Victory Ching Luh Indonesia

Travel and Tourism

Shangri-La Hotel, Jakarta

Telecoms, IT & Electronics

Bakrie Telecom

Infrastructure

Holcim Indonesia

Best Overall Winner

United Tractors

Strategy & Vision

Victory Ching Luh Indonesia

Workforce

United Tractors

Food and Beverage

Nestle Indonesia

CSR in the Community

Astra International

Waste Management

Danone Aqua

Water Management

Vale Indonesia

Supply Chain Management

Nestle Indonesia

Biodiversity

HSBC Indonesia

Energy Management & Low Carbon Business

in association with ALBI Medco Power

Best SME

Pran Indo Permata Abadi (PIPA)

Best State-Owned Enterprise

Bank Negara Indonesia