Tuesday, October 1, 2013

CDP Global 500 Climate Disclosure Leadership Index 2013

Sector Company Disclosure
score
Performance Consecutive
years in the
CDLI
Consumer Discretionary BMW 100 A 3

Daimler 100 A 2

Royal Philips 100 A- 3

General Motors 100 A- 1

Honda Motor 99 A 2

Volkswagen 99 A 1

Home Depot 99 A- 2

Nissan Motor 99 A 1

Las Vegas Sands 98 A- 1

TJX Companies 98 B 2

News Corporation 97 A- 4
Consumer Staples Nestlé 100 A 4
  Colgate Palmolive 99 B 1
  Reckitt Benckiser 99 B 1
  Diageo 98 A 2
  Philip Morris International 97 B 1
Energy Spectra Energy 98 A 2

Repsol 98 B 2

Chevron 97 A- 1

Hess 97 B 5
Financials BNY Mellon 100 A 1
  Bank of America 98 A 1
  Goldman Sachs 98 A 2
  Marsh & McLennan 98 B 1
  Simon Property Group 98 B 1
  HSBC 97 A 1
HCP 97 A- 1
  Allianz 97 B 3
Healthcare Bayer 99 A- 6

GlaxoSmithKline 98 A 1

Johnson & Johnson 98 A- 1

United Health Group 98 B 1

Sanofi 97 A- 1
Industrials Eaton 100 A- 1
  UPS 99 A- 3
  Raytheon 98 A 1
  Deutsche Post 98 B 4
  Union Pacific 98 B 1
  Schneider Electric 97 A 1
  EADS 97 B 1
Information Technology Cisco Systems 100 A 5

Hewlett-Packard 99 A 1

Samsung 99 A 1

SAP 98 A 1

Adobe Systems 97 A 1

EMC 97 A 1
Materials BASF 100 A- 6
  Air Prodcuts & Chemicals 99 B 3
  Ecolab 98 A 1
  Kumba Iron Ore 98 B 1
  Praxair 98 6 1
  Vale 98 B 1
  POSCO 97 B 2
Telecommunication Services Swisscom 97 A 1
Utilities Gas Natural SDG 100 A 2
  Iberdrola 99 B 2
  Exelon 98 A 2
  Endesa 98 B 1
  National Grid 98 B 1
  Centrica 97 B 6
Source: CDP

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