The Shared Responsibility Scorecard shows where organisations are in their sustainability journey based on RSPO’s Shared Responsibility (SR) framework.
The SR framework and its requirements are applicable to Processors and Traders (P&T), Consumer Goods Manufacturers (CGM), Retailers, Banks and Financial Institutions, Environmental NGOs, and Social NGOs.
By implementing the SR requirements, members demonstrate sustainability leadership in each of their sectors. There are 29 requirements reflecting the unique roles of each sector, covering different thematic areas: Transparency and Legality, Social, Environmental, Resourcing* and Uptake**. RSPO members to whom the SR requirements apply are scored on the five thematic areas based on their self-reported public commitments (see full methodology here). Scores range between 0 and 10, 10 being the maximum score. Scores are updated as of March 2023 after which it is annually updated each September.
*Resourcing is currently not included, but will be included in the next update of the scorecard in September 2023.
**Annual Certified Sustainable Palm Oil (CSPO) uptake targets are only applicable to Processors and Traders (P&T), Consumer Goods Manufacturer (CGM), and Retailers with palm oil uptake and at least in their 2nd Annual Communication of Progress (ACOP) report cycle.
Organisations with scores over 8.5
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