Managing impacts within brand owned, operated and/or controlled facilities (excluding any manufacturing facilities).
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Ted Baker continues to manage the environmental impacts of its own operations, covering its facilities including head office, warehouses and stores. Ted Baker has maintained a comprehensive strategy and has processes for measuring energy consumption, helping it to track its impact and identify priority areas for reductions. In addition, Ted Baker has ensured that senior management is responsible for implementation of its strategy. This comprehensive foundation is reflected in a level 1 score of 94%.
Ted Baker builds upon its energy monitoring processes to include greenhouse gas emissions across its operations. There remains scope for Ted Baker to expand its monitoring and measuring processes to include water consumption, and to expand its strategy by setting quantified targets for reductions in GHGs, water and waste. This is reflected in a score of 53% for level 2.
Ted Baker reports its Scope 1, 2 and 3 greenhouse gas emissions to the Carbon Disclosure Project annually, ensuring that its calculation methodology complies with established best practices. Ted Baker are yet to use this information to make investment in long term and on-going GHG emissions reduction projects and to expand the scope of its reductions to water and waste resulting in a score of 15% for level 3.