Carnival

Carnival

Metrics Value

Employees (G4-10-a)

2014 = 93,800 employees

Newsweek Green Score

2015 = 39.5 /100

Environmental Fines (G4-EN29-a)

2014 = $ 62,939

Indirect greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions (Scope 2) (G4-EN16-a)

2014 = 66,246 tonnes CO2 equivalent

Energy Productivity

2016 = 0 %

Labor Practices Screening of New Suppliers (G4-LA14-a)

2014 = Unknown %

Female employees (G4-10-a)

2014 = Unknown employees

Total Water Withdrawals (G4-EN8-a)

2014 = 25.6M cubic metres

Hazardous Waste Recycled (G4-EN23-a)

2014 = 11,392 tonnes

Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions intensity ratio (G4-EN18-a)

2014 = 274 : 1

Net Income

2010 = $ 1.98B

Assets

2015 = $ 39.2B

Revenue

2009 = $ 13.2B

Good Will

2015 = $ 3.01B

Energy intensity (G4-EN5-a)

2014 = 3,572 : 1

Fuel Consumption from Non-renewable sources (G4-EN3-a)

2014 = 131M Gigajoules

Non-hazardous Waste Recycled (G4-EN-23-a)

2014 = 117,565 tonnes

Health and Safety representation (G4-LA5-b)

2014 = Unknown %

Women on Board

2016 = 30 %

Total Scope 1 and 2 (tCO2e)

2011 = 10317221
+Wikipedia
Carnival (see other spellings and names) is a Western Christian festive season that occurs before the liturgical season of Lent. The main events typically occur during February or early March, during the period historically known as Shrovetide (or Pre-Lent). Carnival typically involves a public celebration and/or parade combining some elements of a circus, masks, and a public street party. People wear masks and costumes during many such celebrations, allowing them to lose their everyday individuality and experience a heightened sense of social unity. Excessive consumption of alcohol, meat, and other foods proscribed during Lent is extremely common.