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Reporting Approach

We are committed to communicating our performance regularly and transparently. As such, the Restaurant Brands for Good section of our website is designed to be updated at least annually, and we also publish annual summaries of progress and report against external frameworks including GRI and SASB., in addition to reporting our greenhouse gas emissions and climate action strategy through the CDP Climate survey annually.

Reporting scope

Unless otherwise stated, information and data across the Restaurant Brands for Good section covers Restaurant Brands International and its subsidiaries during fiscal year 2021 (January to December), excluding Firehouse Subs, which was acquired by RBI on December 15, 2021, and excluding all operations in Russia.

Statements contained in these web pages about future developments and past occurrences are based on information and assumptions available as of the date of publication. Certain information in this report has been provided by third parties, including our vendors. In these cases, we have relied on these third parties for accuracy and completeness.

Reporting boundaries

Our Franchisees and vendors are independent business owners who make decisions for their own organizations, while maintaining core standards for our brand and customer satisfaction. We work in collaboration with them to raise awareness and provide tools and opportunities to help them manage ESG issues. We work with vendors to mutually set objectives and targets, monitor progress and engage collaboratively on shared innovation opportunities and challenges.

Contact information

For questions regarding Restaurant Brands for Good and our reporting, please contact sustainability@rbi.com

Latest Reports

Restaurant Brands for Good: 2021 Year In Review

Restaurant Brands for Good 2021 Progress Summary

2021 GRI & SASB Index

2021 CDP Climate Questionnaire Responses

Government Activities and Trade Association Memberships

Restaurant Brands International (RBI) acts in accordance with all federal, state, and municipal disclosure laws. This disclosure is for RBI and does not include individual franchisees or franchise organizations who may be involved in the political process.

United States (2022)

Corporate Federal Lobbying Activities

RBI’s federal lobbying activities are available at the U.S. House of Representatives and the United States Senate websites: www.lobbyingdisclosure.house.gov and www.soprweb.senate.gov.

State Engagement Activities

In 2022, the company engaged in political activities only in California. Information about these activities can be found at https://www.sos.ca.gov/.

Trade Association Memberships

RBI supports trade associations in the United States that represent a broad spectrum of views on industry and policy issues. It is our practice to require these trade associations to agree that no part of RBI’s dues will be used for political contributions, independent expenditures, electioneering communications, or ballot initiatives, as those terms are defined by applicable law. Also, no part of the dues may be deposited into any account used by any association required to report its contributions and expenditures under Section 527 of the Internal Revenue Code. The following is a list of national trade associations in the United States of which RBI is a member and pays annual dues of $50,000 or more:

  • National Restaurant Association  

Political Action Committee

Restaurant Brands International does not have a federal political action committee.

Past Reports

2020 CDP Climate Questionnaire Responses

Restaurant Brands for Good: 2020 Year In Review

2019 GRI & SASB Index

2017 Sustainability Report

2016 Sustainability Report

2016 Sustainability Framework

2016 GRI Index