Geodis is recognised for its efforts to cut greenhouse gas emissions
THE Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP) has awarded Geodis an 'A-' rating for 2019
11 February 2020 - 19:00
This result recognises the global logistics provider as a leader that implements relevant actions to effectively reduce its greenhouse gas emissions, reflecting outstanding environmental management. The achievement is encouraging given that only six per cent of companies assessed by CDP worldwide have been rated 'A-', or higher.
'This score demonstrates that Geodis places climate and carbon issues at the focal point of its business strategy. Our group has set itself the objective of reducing its greenhouse gas emissions by 30 per cent by 2030 and supports its customers in the implementation of solutions that are ever more respectful of the environment,' said chief executive officer Marie-Christine Lombard.
As part of its corporate social responsibility (CSR) policy and its commitment to control and reduce the impact of its operations on the environment, Geodis has responded to the CDP Supply Chain Programme questionnaire each year since 2014.
CDP is an international, non-profit organisation that manages the largest environmental disclosure system for companies and cities. Through respondents' self-reported declarations, it evaluates practical measures undertaken, such as reporting processes or greenhouse gas emissions reductions programmes in the supply chain and rates the companies accordingly.
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