October 11, 2013
Posted by Jason Heard, general sales manager at Frank Ancona Honda
Honda received high marks in a report released by the Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP), a United Kingdom-based non-profit that analyzes company influence on climate change. The CDP Global 500 Climate Change Report also named Honda as one of the world’s 12 most advanced companies.
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According to a Honda press release, “For the third consecutive year, Honda was listed as one of only 60 companies in the CDP’s ‘Carbon Disclosure Leadership Index’ (CDLI), which features the world’s most advanced companies in the area of disclosures related to global climate change. Honda was also named as one of only 56 companies in the ‘Carbon Performance Leadership Index’ (CPLI), which features the world’s most advanced companies in the area of actual performance in initiatives to address climate change,” the company reported.
Honda has been working toward fulfilling its vision of a “Sustainable Society Where People Can Enjoy Life” by progressing its environmental initiatives in six global regions. In addition, the company became the world’s first company to disclose all Scope 33 GHG emissions and remains proactive in being open about its impact on the environment.