Johnson & Johnson exceeds goal of increasing on-site renewable and clean-technology energy capacity
Johnson & Johnson has published its 2015 Citizenship and Sustainability Report.
The report includes the announcement of Johnson & Johnson's 2020 Goals, which will help more people live healthier lives through ideas generated, products made and good habits created over the next five years. With this new set of goals, Johnson & Johnson is also proud to share results from their last set of five-year goals, Healthy Future 2015, established in 2010.
Johnson & Johnson was able to achieve over 70 percent of its stated far-reaching Healthy Future 2015 goals. Topline results from the 2015 Citizenship and Sustainability report include:
- Exceeded goal of increasing on-site renewable and clean-technology energy capacity to 50 megawatts with 54 megawatts either installed or in progress
- Far exceeded goal of 60 Earthwards® recognised products with 80 products
- HIV medicines are now made available in more than 100 countries either at special-effort or reduced pricing, provided local regulatory systems allow import prior to registration
- Met goal of achieving WHO prequalification for several of their products that address diseases of the developing world
- Nearly achieved goal (98 percent) of having all strategic suppliers publicly report sustainability goals
Read the report