2013 Registration document and annual financial report - page 42

Registration Document 2013
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Corporate responsibility
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Corporate social responsibility process and commitments
Pillar
Commitment
2015 objective
2013 result
Change
vs.
2012
2015 trend
Comment
7. Reduce our
energy use
10%
reduction in
energy use between
2011 and 2015
(owned, leased and
managed hotels)*
0.3%*
Adjusted for weather variations
and occupancy rates, energy
use has fallen by 2.9%, which is
a good sign, but specific action
plans will be developed in 2014,
particularly in low-performing
regions.
8. Reduce our
CO
2
emissions
10%
reduction in
CO
2
emissions
between 2011
and 2015 (owned,
leased and managed
hotels)*
0.6%*
With limited leeway to adjust
the energy mix, this objective
is closely related to energy
performance.
9. Increase
the use of
renewable
energies
10%
of hotels use
renewable energies
7%
The use of renewable energies
has increased continuously since
the first pilot projects in France
in 2007.
10. Encourage
eco-design
40%
of hotels
have at least three
eco-designed room
components
35%
This objective requires at least
three eco-designed components
in floor coverings, paint, bedding,
furniture, paper, complimentary
items and linen.
11. Promote
sustainable
building
21
new or renovated
hotels are certified
as sustainable
buildings
6
5 hotels were certified in 2013
(2 BREEAM, 2 DGNB and
1 Green Mark) and several
certified hotels are under
construction.
12. Introduce
responsible
hotel offers and
technologies
20%
of owned and
leased hotels offer
green meeting
solutions
/
The definition of green meeting
solutions was begun in 2013 and
should be validated in 2014 to
support similar initiatives already
deployed in certain countries.
13. Protect
children from
abuse
70%
of hotels have
pledged to protect
children
44%
Aware of the progress required
to achieve this objective by
2015, Accor has increased its
operational support in partnership
with ECPAT.
14. Support
responsible
purchasing
practices
70%
of hotels
purchase and
promote locally
sourced products
81%
A vast majority of the hotels have
begun to purchase and promote
locally sourced products.
15. Protect
ecosystems
100%
of hotels ban
endangered seafood
from restaurant
menus
89%
The ban on endangered species
is being deployed gradually
to raise awareness among
customers whose choices often
reflect the local culture.
* % change between 2011 and 2013 at comparable scope of reporting.
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