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Corporate Sustainability
Reporting and Policies

Our Sustainability Reporting and Policies

Johnson Controls is proud of our sustainability efforts and we have publicly reported sustainability data since 2002. Learn more by checking out the following reports and policies:

Business and Sustainability Report

We promote economic, social and environmental practices that benefit our customers, employees, shareholders and communities. This annual report highlights our performance and achievements in these areas.

View the report from previous years:

Other Reports and Policies

Conflict Minerals Policy

This policy defines the responsible sourcing of conflict minerals throughout our supply chain. Download Policy

Political Contributions Policy

This policy guides our political contributions and activities to ensure compliance with applicable federal and state laws and go beyond compliance to implement leading practices in accountability and transparency. Download policy.

Conflict Minerals Report
This report demonstrates our commitment to sourcing conflict minerals responsibly and complying with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission’s rules and regulations surrounding conflict minerals. Download report.
Position on Energy and Climate Change
Our policy on energy and climate change guides us on how to reduce our carbon footprint both internally and within our supply chain. Download policyDownload position.
Global Reporting Initiative Report (GRI)
This is our complete report in accord with the G4 guidelines of GRI, an independent organization that produces one of the world’s most widely used standards for sustainability reporting. View report.
UN Global Compact Communication on Progress
The UN Global Compact works with businesses to create a sustainable and inclusive global economy that delivers lasting benefits to all people, communities and markets. We align our operations and strategies to the UN Global Compact’s Ten Principles. Learn more.
Human Rights and Sustainability Policy
This policy is guided by the UN Global Compact’s Ten Principles and helps ensure we maintain strong relationships with customers, employees, suppliers, stakeholders and communities. Download policy.
Voluntary  Corporate Commitments