In March 2012, the British American Tobacco (BAT) Group published its latest Sustainability Report at http://www.bat.com/sustainability.
The report continues to focus on the five areas of the Group's Sustainability Agenda, namely:
- Harm Reduction
- Supply Chain
- People and Culture
The Report details our approach to building sustainable value – generating returns for our shareholders by doing the right thing by our stakeholders and the environment. It covers our focus in 2011 on embedding our approach to sustainability across the Group and implementing activities in each of the five areas to help us reach our sustainability goals. It also includes the progress we have made on last year’s goals and how we are using stakeholder dialogue to deliver sustainability.
BAT South Africa is once again featured in the report, with an introduction from our Managing Director Brian Finch, a balanced scorecard of our performance against key data indicators; details of some of our sustainability activities; and a viewpoint from one of our employees on what sustainability means to them and their work. You can read more about the South Africa case study by downloading the PDF below or by visiting the Sustainability Report 2011 website (in English) at:
- Sustainability Report 2011 (275 kb)