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In a recent sustainability responsibility report, Johnson & Johnson (J& J) lists several sustainability goals and commitments it has made. In the following list from J& J’s Responsibility Report, categorize each goal (or measurement) as to whether it is oriented toward the economic, environmental, or society component of the triple bottom line.
Johnson & Johnson Responsibility Report— Selected Stated Goals and Commitments
a. Achieve an absolute reduction in water use of 10 percent compared to the 2005 baseline.
b. Foster the most engaged, health conscious, and safe employees in the world by improving upon our global culture of health and safety in our workplace, and by striving to make Johnson & Johnson a place where our employees are proud and excited to work.
c. Zero accidental environmental releases; zero environmental violations.
d. Maintain our financial discipline and strength in a tough global economy.
e. Implement an electronics take- back program in all regions to ensure that 100 percent of electronic- based waste products can be taken back for remanufacturing or reuse.
f. Advance community wellness by launching health initiatives to help people gain access to timely, easy- to- understand health-related information.
g. Partner with suppliers that embrace sustainability and demonstrate a similar commitment to ours through their practices and goal- setting and the positive impacts they seek to achieve.
h. Continue launching many new products and growing our market leadership.
i. Enhance outcome measurement in philanthropy by working with our philanthropic partners to improve program measurements.
j. 100 percent of manufacturing and research and development facilities will provide facility- or company- specific environmental sustainability information to the public.
Economic, Environmental, or Society?



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