Change from previous year's score: -70

Review: 15/22 points. Starbucks has measured its companywide impact on global warming and expects to continue such reviews.

Reduce: 35/56 points. Starbucks has established general goals to reduce the company's energy use and has achieved reductions in its impact on global warming (i.e., its greenhouse gas emissions or climate footprint). The company has also worked to foster the climate awareness and action of employees and others.

Policy Stance: 9/10 points.Starbucks has distinguished itself by strongly advocating for comprehensive public policy that addresses climate change and would lead to market-wide reduction in greenhouse gas emissions and the growth of renewable energy capacity. Starbucks advocates for comprehensive climate and energy legislation as a member of CERES' BICEP coalition.

Report: 10/12 points. Starbucks has made public information available on some of its companywide efforts to address global warming.

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