Starbucks Sustainability Report

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Sustainable Reporting
E cological Footprints of Starbucks Coffee Company

T able of Contents 1. 2. Introduction Company Analysis 2.1 Foundation and Development 2.2 Internationalization 2.3 Products and Services 2.4 Recognition and Awards 3. Ethical Sourcing 3.1 C.A.F.E. Practices 3.2 Coffee Purchasing 3.3 Farmer Support 3.4 Forest Carbon Programs 4. Green Store Design 4.1 Energy Conservation 4.2 Renewable Energy 4.3 Water Conservation 4.4 LEED® certification and Green Building 5. Recycling 5.1 Reusable Cups 5.2 Store Recycling 6. Corporate Social Responsibility 6.1 Community Initiatives 6.2 Youth Action Grants 7. 8. 9. Conclusion Appendix Bibliography .. ... . .. 3 4 4 4 4 5 6 6 6 ... 7 .. 7 .. 8 8 . 8 9 9 10 10 10 12 12 12 14 15
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In 2002, the company made an agreement with F airtrade. 2.2 Internationalization

Starbucks Starbucks stores. on started in 1987 with its first shop in Vancouver. In 1996, the s first store in Europe in 1998. One

company opened its first stores in Japan and Singapore. There were a total of 1,015 stores. year later, Starbucks entered the Chinese, Kuwaiti and South Korean markets and owns 2,485

The number of stores more than doubled each year. Nowadays, with more than 17,000 stores in 55 different countries, Starbucks is an interactive and comfortable (Our Heritage, 2012) 2.3 Products and Services

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Best Coffee, Tazo Tea and Torrefazione Italia Coffee. Four product categories are offered in

Starbucks stores: Coffee, Handcraft Beverages, Fresh food and Consumers Product (see Figure A).

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2.4 Recognition and A wards Thanks to its implication, Starbucks Corp. won unique awards in different business aspects as ethical business, sustainability in business and many others. According to Starbucks its rewards and recognition, the following titles can be attributed to the company: o o o o o o -2011) 1998-2000, 2002-2012) -2012) -2012)

3. E thical Sourcing
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3.1 C . A. F. E . Practices In the course of Starbucks

Conservation International (CI), the

C.A.F.E. Practices (Coffee and Farmer Equity) have been developed in 2008 and focus on product quality, economic accountability, social responsibility and
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