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Companies seeking a lower carbon footprint are increasingly adopting electric vehicles and alternative fuels that offer zero, or at least carbon neutral, tailpipe emissions. However, fleet tailpipes are just one point in a complex web of emissions that involve vehicle manufacturers, as well as companies and their suppliers, consumers, clients, employees and contractors.
Investors are increasingly using shareholder resolutions to request greater disclosure on climate-related risks. The TCFDs have created a framework for more effective climate-related reporting, however many companies are still struggling to accurately report current and future impacts.
March 15, 2019 /3BL Media/ - Participants of the Corporate Reporting Dialogue – an initiative bringing together the major standard setters and framework providers globally – are launching a six-week global consultation process on Wednesday 20 March 2019, to gather views from stakeholders on how to drive better alignment of sustainability reporting frameworks, as well as with frameworks that promote integration between non-financial and financial reporting.
Intel Corporation was recently recognized by CDP as a global leader for its actions and strategies to manage carbon and climate change across its supply chain. Intel is among the 3% of organizations recognized for their actions to reduce emissions and lower climate-related risks in the supply chain.
On Tuesday of last week, both CDP and Corporate Knights announced the results of their 2018 assessment of thousands of global companies in the areas of climate change (CDP) and the broader topic of sustainability (Corporate Knights).
One of 27 companies worldwide recognized by CDP for sustainable water management
TOKYO, February 1, 2019 /3BL Media/ – LIXIL Group Corporation (LIXIL Group; TSE code: 5938), maker of pioneering water and housing products, has been named in the CDP1’s prestigious Water A List, reflecting the company’s leadership in water stewardship.
Las Vegas Sands was recently recognized on the Climate Change and Water A List by CDP, the international nonprofit environmental disclosure platform. This is the company’s fourth year in a row to attain a leadership position for Climate Change and is the company’s first time responding to the Water recognition. The company has participated in CDP disclosure since 2012, beginning with reporting on climate change initiatives and performance.
Besides being the only industrial company on CDP A List for 8 years in a row, Schneider Electric also helps more than 100 clients to reach the same score
Schneider Electric has been highlighted as a global leader on corporate climate action for the 8th consecutive year by environmental impact non-profit CDP, achieving a place on the CDP Climate Change A List.
Company retains its A List position by CDP for environmental sustainability
LAS VEGAS, January 22, 2019 /3BL Media/ – Las Vegas Sands (NYSE: LVS) has again been recognized by CDP, the international nonprofit environmental disclosure platform, on both the Climate Change and Water A List. This is the company’s fourth year in a row to attain a leadership position for Climate Change and its first on the Water A List. Las Vegas Sands is proud to be recognized and continues to work towards additional reduction of its environmental impact.