Consumer Goods & Retail

With 88% of consumers now saying they want the brands they engage with to help them live more environmentally friendly lives, sustainability in consumer goods and retail has never been more important. With a huge consumer base, the retail industry is uniquely positioned to help customers slash their carbon footprint and make a valuable sustainability difference across their entire value chains.

Retail Sustainability Overview

As a result of this change in consumer expectation, alongside pressure coming from regulators, retailers are increasingly directing their strategy and investments toward sustainable and responsible growth. They are re-evaluating the sustainability credentials of their products and of their overall brand, to resonate with the wishes of an increasingly wide range of consumers.

Still, questions remain about how retailers can combine operational excellence with social and environmental responsibility. SLR supports clients in understanding and defining their most material ESG issues, and provides the delivery support needed to turn plans into action, ensuring that together we are Making Sustainability Happen.

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Consumer Goods & Retail Related Capabilities

Sustainability Strategy

Diversifying the energy mix and increasing corporate investment in renewables as part of an overall sustainability strategy.

ESG & Corporate Reporting

Helping companies report against relevant regulations and frameworks.

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Climate Resilience & Mitigation Planning

You can read more about how we support clients in their climate resilience planning.

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Operational Safety & Production Efficiency

Determining the lifetime carbon (carbon foot-printing) and wider environmental impacts of products, processes and services.

Sustainable Waste Management & Circular Thinking

You can read more about how we support clients in their circular thinking.

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Responsible Sourcing

SLR can support clients to better understand the impacts of their supply chains and take steps to become more sustainable.

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Supporting Technical Services

Consumer Goods & Retail Projects

  • Project

    Europe

    Multiple

    Manufacturing & Industry

    CIRPASS – Digital Product Passport


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  • Project

    Europe

    The Coca-Cola Company

    Consumer Goods & Retail

    Coca-Cola social impact framework toolkit


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  • Project

    London, UK

    Diageo

    Consumer Goods & Retail

    Using stakeholder dialogue to guide future strategy


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  • Project

    UK

    Co-op

    Consumer Goods & Retail

    Materiality and social impact measurement


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  • Project

    London, UK

    Pearson

    Consumer Goods & Retail

    Environmental sustainability strategy for Pearson


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  • Project

    Chile

    Falabella

    Consumer Goods & Retail

    Dow Jones Sustainability Index (DJSI) submission and analysis


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  • Project

    Connecticut, USA

    Confidential

    Built Environment

    Subsurface exploration programme for proposed automobile dealership


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  • Project

    Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

    Westfield Eastgardens shopping centre

    Built Environment

    Westfield Eastgardens shopping centre transport modelling


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