Steria’s continual progress in managing its carbon emissions has enabled the Group to become the first French company to achieve a score of 100 for information disclosure and a performance rating of A after taking part in CDP’s climate change program.
Steria, a leading provider of IT-enabled business services, today achieved a position on CDP’s SBF 250 Climate Change Performance Leadership Index (CPLI) and Climate Disclosure Leadership Index (CDLI). This recognition reflects Steria’s efforts in tackling climate change. It is announced today in the CDP France SBF 250 Climate Change Report 2013 (French).
Steria is one of only 11 companies out of over 4,500 across the world to achieve a band A for performance and a disclosure score of 100. This places Steria on the SBF 250 CPLI and CDLI, annual indices compiled by CDP, the international NGO that providers the only global environmental disclosure system formerly know as the Carbon Disclosure Project. The CPLI highlights those companies listed on the Société des Bourses Françaises 250 Index that demonstrate strategies committed to improving their impacts on the environment. The CDLI recognises those that have displayed a strong approach to the disclosure of information regarding climate change. CDP indices provide an evaluation tool for institutional investors and stakeholders tracking corporate efforts to mitigate climate change. Through various channels, including Bloomberg terminals, company scores are communicated to investors and other decision makers that need to assess corporate preparedness for changing market demands and emissions regulation.
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