Annual Company Scorecard Release

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Annual Company Scorecard Release

Comparing companies on their commitment to tackling global warming.

You can use the Climate Counts Company Scorecard to see how serious companies are about stopping climate change - and how they compare to their sector competitors. The annually updated scorecard reflects the self-reported efforts of companies to address climate change - or avoid it altogether.

The higher the score, the greater the company's commitment to fighting global warming.

FMRs from this campaign

Top Brands Showing Signs of Sustainable Growth
Durham, NH, December 5, 2012 /3BL Media/ – The message coming from top name brands is clear: climate change poses a threat to business in the form of increased costs and risks associated with extreme weather.  As a result, companies are prioritizing the need to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and lower their carbon footprint.  The findings are gleaned from non-profit Climate Counts’ sixth
Dec 5, 2012 8:15 AM ET
Climate Counts 2009 Scorecard Report
The Climate Counts Company Scorecard provides people with an objective, balanced way to gauge which of the worlds' most well-known consumer companies are seriously committed to reversing climate change -- and which ones are not. This annual effort scores the leading companies in major consumer sectors, on a scale of 0 to 100, on their practices to reduce global warming. The higher the score, the...
Jan 5, 2010 1:00 PM ET
Last Minute Holiday Shipping? Support Climate-Friendly Shipping Companies with Climate Counts.
Use the Climate Counts Company Scorecard to see how serious consumer shipping companies are about stopping climate change - and how they compare to their sector competitors. The annually updated scorecard reflects the self-reported efforts of companies to address climate change - or avoid it altogether.
Dec 21, 2009 3:22 PM ET
Third Annual Climate Counts Scores Show Economic Downturn Doesn’t Detract from Deepening Corporate Commitment to Climate
Despite a sustained economic downturn, leading corporations appear to be strengthening their voluntary response to climate change. With the release of its third annual corporate climate scores for 90 well-known consumer companies, the non-profit organization Climate Counts pointed to a 22% increase in scores by 81 of the companies, as well as significant gains among those previously in the index’...
Nov 18, 2009 9:00 AM ET