Mosaic Releases 2015 Sustainability Report
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Mosaic Releases 2015 Sustainability Report

 
June 01, 2016   |   ShareThis

The Mosaic Company (NYSE: MOS) today released its 2015 Sustainability Report—the company’s seventh since it began reporting in 2009. Titled “Driven to Excel,” the report discloses information on 130 Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) indicators and is prepared in alignment with G4 Core Sustainability Reporting Guidelines. The report’s data has been assured, and its water, waste, energy and greenhouse gas emissions information is externally verified by third-party reviewers.

“Our ongoing commitment to sustainability is critical to Mosaic’s long-term business growth and improvement, and it creates value for all of our stakeholders,” said Joc O’Rourke, Mosaic President and Chief Executive Officer.

The report is available exclusively online: http://www.mosaicco.com/sustainability/sustainability_report.htm

2015 Sustainability Performance

  • Achieved a recordable injury frequency rate of 0.88, lowest in company history
  • Earned 100 out of 100 for carbon disclosure, and a grade of “A” for climate performance in our annual disclosure to investors through CDP
  • Saved 1.1 million gigajoules of electricity through continuous energy improvements companywide—enough to power about 27,000 homes
  • Recycled more than 29,000 tonnes of waste
  • Planted 1.2 million trees during acre-for-acre Florida phosphate mined land reclamation
  • Invested $16 million in food, water and local programs and partnerships in the communities where Mosaic operates
  • Named to Corporate Responsibility Magazine’s 100 Best Corporate Citizens list—for 6th consecutive year

2020 Sustainability Targets

Mosaic took an important step forward in 2015 by announcing three measurable 2020 Environmental Targets—to reduce by 10 percent per product tonne our freshwater and energy use, and greenhouse gas emission.

Achieving these targets requires companywide support, and leadership at every level of the organization. Mosaic developed and now uses expanded metrics to track performance in freshwater and energy use, and greenhouse gas emission. To accelerate learning and performance, leaders are actively sharing innovations and best practices across sites and business segments. The goal is to help employees learn how their work impacts Mosaic’s progress, encourage collaboration and strive for continuous improvement.