Associated British Ports (ABP), the UK’s leading ports group, owns and operates 21 ports in England, Scotland, and Wales, and handles approximately a quarter of the country's seaborne trade. ABP, together with its customers, supports 120,000 jobs and handles approximately 89 million tonnes of cargo and contributes £7.5 billion to the UK economy each year.
Greenstone’s Enterprise software is enabling ABP to calculate and report its environmental data with accuracy and assurance using one central platform. The data analysis capability of Greenstone’s Environment module has significantly improved visibility and granularity of data for ABP and they can now confidently use this data to report their performance both publically and to stakeholders.
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The British Academy of Film and Television Arts is an independent charity that supports, develops and promotes the art forms of the moving image by identifying and rewarding excellence, inspiring practitioners and benefiting the public.
Greenstone has partnered with BAFTA to provide the film and TV industry with the online reporting tool, albert. albert is used by the four main UK broadcasters (Channel 4, BBC, ITV and Sky), and in international markets, to enable production companies to manage the environmental impacts of screen arts production. The tool provides production companies with an industry specific methodology for calculations (albert) and certification (albert+).
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Eurostar is the only high-speed railway service connecting London with Avignon, Brussels, Lille, Lyon, Marseille and Paris. All its trains traverse the Channel Tunnel between the United Kingdom and France. Since it started in 1994, Eurostar has carried over 150 million passengers across the Channel.
Collecting and analysing supplier information is part of Eurostar’s Supplier Engagement Strategy which helps Eurostar to build on its strengths and effectively manage risk in its supply chain. Moving the process online, Eurostar has been able to move the focus away from just data collection onto developing a supplier engagement strategy that really works.
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Fenner Plc is a world leader in reinforced polymer technology.
To understand its risks and impacts across the Group’s global operations, Fenner implemented Greenstone to calculate, manage and report its environmental impact. Through the implementation of Greenstone’s Environment module, Fenner now has a transparent, robust and audit-ready process for managing its utility consumption, business travel and carbon emissions.
Following a successful UK pilot, Fenner has implemented a global roll-out of Greenstone to all of its operations, with active users in 80 locations across 16 countries. In addition, Fenner has rolled out Greenstone’s Health & Safety module, providing the Group with an online process for recording key H&S metrics at each site and enabling aggregated analysis and reporting.
Fenner Group HSE Coordinator, Paul Sexton, said; “Greenstone's solution makes the whole process of measuring and tracking our emissions quicker, easier and more cost-effective. We are able to track and analyse our carbon emissions across all geographies, sites and business units within the Group and meet both our internal monitoring and external reporting requirements. Using the same system to consolidate our H&S data is also a win for the business; saving our staff time and ensuring that we can easily access accurate and timely data in a single solution.”
Since 2008, Fujitsu has used Greenstone’s software and supporting services to collect, manage, monitor and reporting environment and CSR data across its global business.
The data captured from the 400 Fujitsu sites is used to report emissions centrally to the Fujitsu Headquarters in Japan. This data forms the basis of the emissions reporting included in Fujitsu Group’s annual Environmental report and other reporting such as Business in the Community, GRI and ISO 26000.
G4S is a world leading security solutions group, with over 625,000 employees delivering services to governments and private sector clients in more than 120 countries including operations in Europe, Middle East, Asia Pacific, Africa, Latin America and North America.
G4S has implemented Greenstone’s software to monitor their carbon emissions across multi-country regulatory requirements.
G4S required an easy-to-use platform to delegate data collection to country and operating unit levels across the business. The data collection process is simplified as environmental coordinators around the world are able to upload data in a consistent format to one centralised place.
Greenstone’s software then automatically calculates carbon emissions at multiple organisational and business unit levels using both the GHG Protocol and, where relevant, national calculation methodologies. Due to the global scale of their operations, G4S need to be prepared for localised compliance regulations as they come into force. By working with Greenstone they can keep abreast of regulatory developments and minimise potential compliance risks.
All of this means G4S can apply greater focus on identifying targeted carbon reduction initiatives and local country teams are able to set their own reduction targets and monitor performance on an ongoing basis.
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Hypertherm is a 100% associate-owned industrial manufacturer headquartered in the US. From 16 sites across 10 countries, Hypertherm designs and manufactures plasma, waterjet and laser cutting systems and software for use in a variety of industries such as shipbuilding, manufacturing and automotive repair.
By implementing Greenstone’s software across its 16 sites and its direct supply chain, Hypertherm’s team was able to streamline data collection across its organization and confidently and efficiently access the accurate data required to set ambitious goals for 2030.
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Formed in 2017 from the merger between Janus Capital Group and Henderson Global Investors, Janus Henderson Investors is committed to adding value through active management. Its expertise encompasses the major asset classes, it has investment teams situated around the world, and it serves individual and institutional investors globally. It has US$330.8bn in assets under management, more than 2000 employees and offices in 27 cities worldwide.
With the regulatory environment surrounding carbon emissions and expectations for voluntary reporting, Henderson adopted Greenstone’s software for environmental reporting.
This enabled them to further assure the integrity of their measurement, and analysis by any location and emission source to any specified time period. It also allowed them to demonstrate year on year granular performance for carbon emissions.
This all provided a new analytical perspective on Henderson’s original core functions in facilities. This included monitoring performance with respect to waste management and managing other legal reporting obligations including the EU Directive on Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE).
As the UK’s biggest university, the University of Manchester is under increasing pressure to disclose transparent and accurate carbon and consumption data. In support of its commitment to the environment and local community, the University of Manchester has set an ambitious 5-year Environmental Sustainability Plan.
Through the implementation of Greenstone’s software, the University of Manchester has improved the accuracy of calculating its carbon emissions across more than 100 buildings, 28 schools, 4 academic faculties and 5 other university departments.
The use of Greenstone has reduced the burden of data gathering across multiple sites and has provided useful metrics to encourage staff, student and local authority engagement with its broader environmental sustainability programme. It also enables more efficient reporting and help to identify additional opportunities to reduce carbon, resource consumption and cost.
Greenstone’s solution and supporting services have enabled the University of Manchester to make its carbon management processes consistent and more robust. The flexibility of the software gives the University a more accurate picture of its carbon footprint and provides the opportunity for both detailed analysis and high level management reporting.
Quintain Estates and Development is a London-focussed regeneration company. Quintain is behind Wembley Park, London's largest urban renewal scheme, and during its 21-year history has transformed assets across the Capital into places where people want to live, companies want to grow and neighbourhoods can come alive.
Quintain implemented SupplierPortal, as a way of collecting and analysing supplier information. SupplierPortal is a flexible cloud-based solution that streamlines supplier management and due diligence processes.
Using SupplierPortal to capture consistent and relevant information from suppliers has significantly reduced Quintain’s corporate risk exposure and now forms a central pillar of the organisations expanding procurement function in a rapidly growing business.
Royal Mail is the UK’s pre-eminent delivery company. As the UK’s sole designated Universal Service Provider, it delivers a 'one-price-goes anywhere' service on a range of letters and parcels to over 30 million addresses across the country, six days a week. Royal Mail also provides a range of commercial services to consumers, sole traders, SMEs, large businesses and retailers, and other postal operators who use their downstream network. Royal Mail operates across 44 countries and nation-states worldwide, primarily through GLS, its international ground-based parcel delivery network.
Greenstone’s software is enabling Royal Mail to calculate and report its environmental data with accuracy and confidence. This has enabled the environment team to move away from data collection to in-depth reporting and analysis and real decision-making.
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In support of the NHS’s carbon reduction strategy and the targets laid out in the Climate Change Act, Sandwell and West Birmingham Hospitals (SWBH) NHS Trusthas developed a Carbon Management Plan (CMP). The CMP focuses on measuring, monitoring and reducing the Trust’s carbon emissions 15% by 2016/17, alongside engaging with staff and stakeholders.
To assist with meeting these reduction targets and other reporting requirements, SWBH NHS Trust has implemented Greenstone’s software. The use of Greenstone significantly reduces the burden of data gathering across multiple hospital sites, enabling the Trust to focus on analysing the data and identifying carbon reduction opportunities.
Through the use of Greenstone, SWBH NHS Trust can now upload resource consumption data each month and calculate carbon emissions against a continually updated database of internationally recognised methodologies and emission factors. This has led to the solution becoming the central solution to manage data across all 3 hospitals in the Trust, relieving the administrative burden and enabling the team to focus on analysing results, meeting multiple reporting requirements and achieving reduction targets.
Greenstone has provided the SWBH NHS Trust with a consistency in its approach to calculating emissions. In addition, carefully defining the structure of the Trust within the solution and determining the availability and quality of each data set, has created the robust results required in order to help meet the NHS carbon reduction targets.
This solution can be rolled-out to any NHS Trust or related institution to improve efficiency in data collection, carbon measurement and reporting. It can be relied upon to produce immediate and meaningful results and can lead to an increased level of understanding and engagement in the overall NHS carbon reduction strategy.