We're pleased to announce that the 2012 Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP) results have been published. The report was co-written with PwC, CDP's Global Advisor and report writer since 2008. CDP notes that companies around the world benefit from reporting to CDP as they are better equipped to improve their sustainability and climate change management in a structured way, including:
We find that reporting to CDP and achieving a high score is an indicator of a company's maturity in relation to the management of climate change issues, including CO2 emissions.
Some highlights from the report:
You can find the full CDP report and key highlights of the report here.
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