Fiat Chrysler has been recognized as a global corporate leader in commitment and performance in addressing climate change with its inclusion to the Carbon Disclosure Project’s (CDP) 2016 Climate “A” List.
Each year, thousands of companies and organizations from around the world provide an independent assessment to the CDP as part of the group’s initiates in combatting climate change. After reviewing the assessments, the CDP ranks the companies in lists based on their efforts towards fighting climate change, with only nien percent making its top-grade ‘A’ List.
“FCA believes that effective, lasting solutions to climate change and other pressing environmental issues can only be achieved through an integrated approach that combines individual and collective commitment; an effective multi-stakeholder strategy; and investment in enabling processes and technologies,” a statement in regards to FCA’s inclusion on the list reads. “All of these elements are an integral part of the Group’s model of operating responsibly and have been recognized by CDP on the basis of transparency in disclosure and performance.”
FCA was lauded for its leadership in natural gas vehicles, with the automaker claiming a 50% share of the European market. It also saved a combined 2.3 billion m3 of water at its various plants worldwide in 2015 and worked with 225 business partners in the CDP Supply Chain program, ensuring that even those it does business with are using and promoting environmentally friendly practices.
You can view the CDP’s 2016 Climate Change Report at this link.