EP&L intensity

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Sustainability - metrics.

EP&L intensity is a financial measure of corporate environmental performance.

It is closely linked with the measure of Environmental profit and loss (EP&L).

EP&L intensity measures an organisation's EP&L as a proportion of its revenues.

The lower the EP&L intensity, the better the organisation's environmental performance in relation to its size.

EP&L intensity calculation
A Group's EP&L is $500m
The group's revenue is $20,000m
A Group measures its EP&L intensity in $EP&L per $1,000 of revenue.

EP&L intensity = (500/20,000) x 1,000
= 0.025 x 1,000
= 25

See also

External link

Kering's Environmental profit and loss tool