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Annual Report 2017

61

overall co

2

e by division

(MT)

Station Combustion

Electricity

Transportation

15,415

t

CO

2

e

Total Group CO

2

Emission

plantation

932.56

1,602.39

50.67

food

370.74

370.58

107.64

head office

1,577.80

13.61

bulking

5,417.27

1,271.91

710.36

manufacturing

47.79

2,941.86

6,315,906

k

W

h

Total Group Energy Consumed

RESPONSIBLY SOURCED

SEAFOOD

The

Food Division

believes ocean

sustainability is important. The Division’s

PNG subsidiary, IFC, responsibly sources

their fish supply to support and ensure the

long-term sustainability and conservation

of fish resources. Sustainability and

traceability is high on IFC’s agenda when

making purchase decisions.

All of the tuna that IFC purchases are

caught by purse seine fishing. Purse

seine fishing is among the more efficient

methods of catching tuna as the amount

of bycatch is minimal compared to other

fishing methods. The majority of the tuna

that IFC buys is skipjack and yellowfin

which is widely considered to be highly

fertile and abundant. Moreover, tuna

fishery in PNG is managed under the

National Tuna Fishery Management

Plan, which regulates among others

total allowable catches of tuna thereby

maintaining sustainable stock levels.

Moving forward, IFC intends to source

SUSTAINABILITY

REPORT 2017

more FAD-free tuna, i.e. tuna caught

without the use of fish aggregating

devices. IFC also works closely with

their suppliers to ensure that the tuna

they procure and process do not contain

those which are illegal, unreported and

unregulated (“IUU”). During FYE2017, IFC

did not incur any IUU-related violations.