CDP+Disclosure Score
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Disclosure Score

How transparent is the company in relation with their actions aimed at climate change mitigation, adaptation and transparency?

Companies Values

Nissan Motor

2014 = 100 %

Commonwealth Bank

2014 = 100 %

Ferrovial

2014 = 100 %

Hewlett-Packard (HP)

2014 = 100 %

BMW AG

2014 = 100 %

General Motors Company

2014 = 100 %

BASF SE

2014 = 100 %

Daimler AG

2014 = 100 %

Bank of America

2014 = 100 %

LG Electronics

2014 = 100 %

AXA Group

2014 = 100 %

Reckitt Benckiser

2014 = 100 %

SCA

2014 = 100 %

Diageo

2014 = 100 %

VINCI

2014 = 100 %

Autodesk, Inc.

2014 = 100 %

Honda Motor Company

2014 = 100 %

Amcor

2014 = 100 %

SAP AG

2014 = 100 %

United Parcel Service Inc.

2014 = 100 %

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About

CDP evaluates every year the level of transparency companies demonstrate in reporting their actions aimed at climate change mitigation and adaptation. This evaluation is based on the information companies voluntarily provide to the organization.

 

Methodology

The number of points allocated to each question depends on the amount of data requested. Some questions have more than one point attached to a single piece of information where the information is of particularly high importance, e.g. the gross global Scope 1 emissions figure. Questions which allow text responses are usually judged according to how many of the required data points they achieve. These are set out in the CDP 2014 guidance, and in the detailed CDP methodology document.

At the end of scoring, the number of points a company has been awarded is divided by the maximum number that could have been awarded. The fraction is then converted to a percentage by multiplying by 100 and rounded to the nearest whole number.

(Points awarded / points attainable) x 100 = Disclosure Score

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