Following the launch of its 'Good times from a good place' 2030 Sustainability and Responsibility
roadmap in 2019, Pernod Ricard has been recognized for the strong progress it has made against key
targets. It has reached important milestones through the acceleration of ambitious goals, a clear
focus on driving innovation and by amplifying the power of collective action with industry peers. The
roadmap directly supports the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (UN SDGs) and is
based on four pillars: Nurturing Terroir, Valuing People, Circular Making and Responsible Hosting '
addressing all aspects of the business and its value chain from 'grain to glass'.
Awarded 'Lead' status by the United Nations Global Compact for the 3rd consecutive year
Pernod Ricard has been acknowledged as one of only 40 Companies globally (and the only wine &
spirit company) for demonstrating its ongoing commitment and progress in line with UN SDGs and
its Ten Principles for Responsible Business. Since joining Global Compact in 2003, the Group has been
active in several working groups that seek to bring greater alignment between businesses and
Vanessa Wright, VP Sustainability & Responsibility, said, 'These recognitions are very valued
acknowledgements, supporting us on our journey of constant improvement. Our business actions and
sustainability go hand in hand and working with UN Global Compact gives us an opportunity to
strengthen our actions and learn from others.'
Ranked 4th in new Societal Commitment Index by Brighthouse and BCG GAMMA
The Group was ranked 4th amongst its CAC40 peers in a new index which highlights the correlation
between a company's societal commitment and financial performance. Based on five key criteria
relating to employees, partners, clients, reputation and society as a whole, the index uses 19
quantitative and qualitative metrics to reach its conclusions.
Official signatory of Business for Nature
In line with its 'Nurturing Terroir' pillar, Pernod Ricard is proud to have joined the Business for Nature
coalition which brings together global businesses and organizations focused on protecting nature.
Joining this coalition is an important step for the Group in continuing to make environmental
protection, biodiversity and the preservation of natural ecosystems a priority in its 2030 roadmap.
As part of its 2030 commitments, the Group is piloting regenerative and sustainable agriculture with
farming partners as well as developing strategic biodiversity projects globally.
For Alexandre Ricard, Chairman & CEO of Pernod Ricard, 'Our collective future depends on our global
communities coming together to ensure a greener and more inclusive tomorrow.'
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