We strive to be a regenerative business that adds value to both our society and the environment.
We're combatting climate change by cutting our carbon footprint. That's why we're working to make our sites, products and suppliers more water and energy efficient, using more renewable fuels, and designing for a lower carbon economy. We know that a healthier planet means healthier lives.
Combatting climate change
- Becoming net zero across our entire value chain by 2040
- Cutting the carbon footprint of our products and operations by 50% by 2030
- Helping our suppliers and customers to reduce their carbon footprint
reduction in GHG emissions in operations by 2030
renewable electricity by 2030
reduction in energy use by 2025
Becoming water positive
- Becoming water positive in water stressed areas
- Making our operations more water efficient
- Saving water across our value chain
reduction in water use (per tonne of production) vs 2015
Protecting and regenerating ecosystems we rely on and the communities within them
Encouraging our employees, consumers and stakeholders to support and protect ecosystems
Nature-based solutions in our supply chains
Using the latest evidence and research, we’re working with Oxford University social venture Nature Based Insetting (NbI). Together, we are measuring the impact of our priority natural raw materials, such as latex. The resulting framework will assess Reckitt’s nature impacts, risks, and dependencies, while also identifying opportunities to protect and restore biodiversity at a local level. This framework will guide our actions to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, address biodiversity priorities and enhance people’s livelihoods.