Coca-Cola

The Coca-Cola company is an American multinational corporation that manufactures, retails, and markets nonalcoholic beverages, concentrates and syrups.

As You Sow has engaged with Coca-Cola on issues related to consumer packaging and bisphenol A. Read more about our engagements with Coca-Cola below.

Climate Change 2016

STATUS: Withdrawn; Company will address

BE IT RESOLVED: Shareholders request that Coca-Cola produce a report assessing the feasibility and climate benefits of adopting enterprise-wide, quantitative, time bound targets for increasing Coca-Cola’s renewable energy sourcing. The report should be produced at reasonable cost and excluding proprietary information, by October 2016.

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Bisphenol A 2012

STATUS: Blocked by Company at SEC

Shareholders request the Board of Directorsto publish a report by September 1, 2012, at reasonable cost and excluding confidential information, updating investors on how the company is responding to the public policy challenges associated with BPA, including summarizing what the company is doing to maintain its position of leadership and public trust on this issue, its role in adopting or encouraging development of alternatives to BPA in can linings, and any material risks to the company's market share or reputation in staying the course with continued use of BPA.

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Bisphenol A 2011

STATUS: 25.1%

Coca-Cola is the world’s largest beverage company, selling 1.6 billion servings of beverages per day. A significant part of Coca-Cola’s business includes selling beverages in aluminum cans. Our company has developed a valuable premium brand based on the trust of consumers and our company’s market leadership.

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Bisphenol A 2010

STATUS: 22.0%

Coca-Cola is the world’s largest beverage company, annually selling almost 570 billion servings of beverages. A significant part of Coca-Cola’s business includes selling beverages in aluminum cans. Our company has developed a valuable premium brand based on the trust of consumers and our company’s market leadership.

Shareholders request the Board of Directors to publish a report by September 1, 2010, at reasonable cost and excluding confidential information, updating investors on how the company is responding to the public policy challenges associated with BPA, including summarizing what the company is doing to maintain its position of leadership and public trust on this issue, the company’s role in adopting or encouraging development of alternatives to BPA in can linings, and any material risks to the company's market share or reputation in staying the course with continued use of BPA.

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