We report on the?progress we’ve made on our low carbon ambitions – including the expansion of?our solar presence; safety; human rights; our contribution to society; and?managing environmental impacts such as water use.
We prioritize the?issues according to how important they?are to our stakeholders and how they could impact BP’s ability to deliver its?strategy.?In?preparing this report, we met with around 100 different organizations including?investors, non-governmental organizations and business partners, who?collectively represent some of our main stakeholder groups.
A.?“Put simply, it generates?value and is about respect. My family came from a small town in Mexico. When we?moved to the US I could not speak the language but my teachers saw something in?me and helped steer me towards maths. My love of engineering came from people?valuing what I could do and seeing my potential. Today I lead engineering for?our upstream assets and I make it a priority to create a culture where?everyone’s contributions are heard and valued. People who feel included have a?sense of belonging and contribute – this generates immense value for the team?and the business.”
Our employees, as well as our contractors and suppliers, should work in safe, healthy, secure and fair conditions.?Our stories highlight some of BP's environmental and social initiatives from around the world
We fuel more than 6,000 flights every day and are committed to helping our aviation customers meet the IATA’s target of cutting net carbon dioxide emissions
We work in some of the hottest places on the planet including the Omani desert, where temperatures can reach 55°C. We manage heat exposure in a number of ways.
We commissioned independent assessments of labour conditions in our contractor workforce in Oman, where we work with contractors that employ migrant workers.