The RSPO Secretariat is pleased to update the Shared Responsibility (SR) Scorecard, which displays RSPO Ordinary non-grower members’ overall SR performance based on their reported commitments. The SR performance score of members is an indication of where they are in their sustainability journey as defined by the SR framework.

RSPO Members are scored on the four thematic areas: Transparency and Legality, Social, Environmental and Resourcing based on their self-reported public commitments to implement the SR requirements. Moreover, members under the category of Processor and Traders, Consumer Good Manufacturers and Retailers are required to fulfil the Uptake Target requirement. The scores, ranging up to 10 as the highest, are tabulated based on members’ self-reported public commitments in MyRSPO and ACOP. 

With this latest update, all the SR requirements have been included in the Monitoring and Evaluation methodology, which can be found here. “We are glad to see nearly 70 members scoring 8.5 and above, and 35 members scoring 9.5 and above. We hope that more and more companies can continue to set and implement their SR commitments for greater impact,” said Lilian Garcia Lledo, Head of Shared Responsibility. 

In addition to the Scorecard, all members’ performances are shown in the Shared Responsibility dashboards. The CSPO Uptake Target performance dashboard shows the overall trend of supply chain actors meeting their annual Certified Sustainable Palm Oil (CSPO) percentage point uptake target. The SR Scores dashboards show the overall average SR score for all sectors. By using the filter on the top right of the dashboard, you can shift between the different thematic area scores.

The next update will be published in September 2024 based on the data available in MyRSPO on 1 July 2024 and the ACOP2023.

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