CDP result 2014
In 2015, our activities to continuously minimize our environmental footprint resulted in a reduction of our energy consumption and CO2 emissions by respectively 2.9% and 10.7% when compared to 2014. These results are driven by our updated CO2 target that commits Lundbeck to cut CO2 emissions 55% by 2020 when compared to 2006 emission levels. This is made possible by taking an integrated approach where dedicated teams of engineers and maintenance employees challenge habits and conventional thinking in order to identify new ways of reducing energy use. Also, we have made it a priority to be able to track and report our CO2 emissions.
In 2014, Lundbeck entered the Carbon Disclosure Project Climate Performance Leadership Index (CDLI), but because the criteria continuously grow we did not enter CDLI in 2015. Nevertheless, we achieved a good result by reaching 98 out of 100 possible points. The average score for the Healthcare sector was 82 points.
Lundbeck also focused on accident reduction and in 2015 we achieved the lowest recorded number since 2006 – a frequency of 4 accidents per 1 million working hours. Results like these are achieved by employees who reinforce our HSE culture by investing time in systematic risk assessment and root cause analysis.
Find our performance data in graphic form below: