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Xtract is an analysis tool that reads annual and sustainable reports and extracts paragraphs and tables related to a given extra-financial topic to create ESG Summaries. It's a combination of a powerful search engine driven by AI and an instant report displayer.

Search engine AI

It works like a search engine: choose the report you want to analyse from our list of over 25,000+ reports and select one or more topics to study.

ChatGPT Summarization

Xtract uses ChatGPT to generate summaries on the selected ESG topic(s). 100,000+ summaries have been created.
The company's tone for telling its story is retained. The AI is neutral.

Instant report display

Xtract will display summaries and the pages of the report dealing with the selected topic(s) 1 company by 1 company. It will frame the relevant paragraphs and tables.
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Discover Xtract results for the 3 selected companies on 3 topics: pollution emissions, people with disabilities & gender equality.
#1 Gender Equality

Amazon.com Inc has demonstrated a strong commitment to gender equality by signing and adopting the UN Women’s Empowerment Principles and making a $1 million contribution to the Resilience Fund for Women in Global Value Chains. The company offers gender transition benefits, parental leave, adoption reimbursement, infertility resources, and a Leave Share program. In addition, Amazon prioritizes equal pay, with women globally and in the US earning 99.8 cents and 99.9 cents, respectively, for every dollar that men earn. Amazon partners with BSR’s HERproject and supports nearly 16,000 workers, including 10,000 women, with trainings on health and financial skills, and helps combat gender-based discrimination in the workplace.
Apple Inc.

Apple Inc has made significant progress in achieving gender equality in leadership roles, with 47% of open leadership positions filled by women globally in 2021, a 10% increase from the previous year. The company has also seen an 87% increase in women in leadership since 2014. In the US, 13% of open leadership positions were filled by Black candidates and 12% by Hispanic/Latinx candidates in 2021, with an 84% increase in Black employees and a 90% increase in Hispanic/Latinx employees in leadership positions since 2014. Additionally, Apple has achieved and maintained gender pay equity worldwide since 2017 and has pay equity with respect to race and ethnicity in the US. The company's commitment to promoting gender equality also includes offering gradual return-to-work programs and analytics in the annual compensation planning process.

L'Oreal SA prioritizes gender equality and has implemented measures to support female entrepreneurs, literacy courses, and training in entrepreneurship. The company has published its "Index of Professional Gender Equality," with a 97% score for all French entities. L'Oreal also aims to eliminate any "unexplained" salary gaps due to gender in all countries analyzed by 2025. Furthermore, the company has been audited by Gender Equality European & International Standard and Economic Dividend for Gender Equality. L'Oreal has achieved excellence in diversity, equity, and inclusion, and has been recognized by Bloomberg's Gender-Equality Index 2022, the Refinitiv Diversity & Inclusion Index 2021, and Equileap Global Gender-Equality Ranking. The company is also actively involved in initiatives aimed at improving the situation of women in the public and private sectors.
#2 Pollution Emissions

Amazon.com Inc is committed to achieving net-zero carbon emissions by 2040 and has seen a decrease in carbon intensity for the third year in a row, despite an 18% increase in absolute emissions in 2021. The company plans to make half of its shipments net-zero carbon by 2030 with a fleet of 100,000 electric vehicles, invests in renewable energy sources and is working to offset emissions through reforestation and agroforestry practices. It collaborates with mills that use up to 100% recycled content and electricity-only power in construction and offers a customer carbon footprint tool. AWS can lower customers' workload carbon footprints by nearly 80% compared to surveyed enterprise data centers and up to 96% powered by 100% renewable energy.
Apple Inc.

Apple Inc has achieved carbon neutrality for its corporate emissions by sourcing 100 percent renewable electricity for its facilities, implementing energy efficiency initiatives, and securing carbon offsets for remaining emissions. In fiscal year 2021, Apple avoided over 23 million metric tons of emissions across all scopes and reduced its carbon footprint by 40 percent compared with fiscal year 2015. Their environmental initiatives, such as sourcing renewable electricity, transitioning suppliers to clean energy, and using low-carbon materials in products, yielded indisputable results. Apple calls for mandatory disclosures of global greenhouse gases across all emissions scopes and is investing in carbon removal projects through the Restore Fund.

L'Oreal SA is committed to pollution prevention and emissions reduction, with defined Science-Based Targets (SBT) to reduce greenhouse gas emissions across its entire value chain. The company aims to reduce emissions on Scopes 1, 2, and 3 by 25% in absolute value by 2030 and achieve carbon neutrality for all its sites by 2025. L'Oreal has successfully reduced CO2 emissions and greenhouse gas emissions by 50% per finished product by 2030 through implementing sustainable transport strategies. The company provides detailed social and environmental data, including human resources information, social audits, and environmental, health, and safety information of industrial sites. L'Oreal reports a total of 12,526 thousand tonnes of CO2 equivalent in 2021 and aims to align its trajectory of all greenhouse gas emissions with the +1.5°C scenario by 2050.
#3 People with disabilities

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Xtract is also useful to found when the company disclose nothing on a specific topic.
Apple Inc.

Apple Inc. is committed to providing accessibility for people with disabilities, offering in-house accessibility features to their team members and extending reasonable accommodations to their applicants and employees. Their accessibility work has been recognized repeatedly, and in a recent partnership with Valuable 500, they aim to grow investments in company culture, standards, recruitment, representation, and research worldwide. Accessibility is an important value for Apple, and consistent efforts are made to maintain contact with community organizations and international standards organizations to expand equal access to information and functionality. Their focus on inclusive design and authentic portrayals of disability in films and series on Apple TV+ is also evident. Apple delivers innovative software features introducing new ways for users with disabilities to navigate, connect, and get the most out of Apple products, including those who are neurodivergent or have cognitive disabilities.

L'Oréal SA has been implementing a global policy to include people with disabilities in their company for more than 20 years. Currently, the company has 1,509 statutory employees with disabilities, which accounts for 1.8% of the total workforce. The company aims to increase this number to 2% by 2025. L'Oréal's Diversity, Equity and Inclusion policy focuses on five priorities, including recruitment, declaration of disability, digital accessibility, employee awareness, and sharing best practices. The company is an active member of the ILO and the Global Business and Disability Network Charter, and recently became a member of The Valuable 500.

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