The report is divided into five categories of importance
CALGARY—Canadian Pacific has released its corporate sustainability report outlining the company’s commitment to sustainable operations.
“With a network spanning 12,400 miles across North America and running through more than 1,100 communities, we have an obligation to all of our stakeholders to continue to operate in a manner that is socially and environmentally responsible,” said Keith Creel, CP president and chief executive officer. “It is a duty we take seriously as a leader in safe, secure and efficient rail operations.”
Last published in 2014, the report shares progress made since that time and focuses on key topics identified jointly with stakeholders through the Railway Association of Canada and informed by the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI).
The report is divided into five categories of importance: safety and security; environmental responsibility; social and economic development; financial viability and customer service; and infrastructure planning and design.
“I am proud to report that CP has made great strides in many key areas, including a 15 percent reduction in greenhouse gas emissions since 2015 and our lowest-ever train accident frequency in 2016, marking our 11th consecutive year of best-in-class safety performance,” said Creel. “This report is a testament to the hard work our people do at every level of the organization to make CP socially responsible and accountable to all of our stakeholders, now and into the future.”
2016 sustainability highlights:
The full report can be found here.