07 Dec '11, 1pm

Unilever Climbs to No. 1 in Climate Counts Ratings

Unilever Climbs to No. 1 in Climate Counts Ratings

Editor's Note: Also see Marc Gunther's GreenBiz post on the Climate Counts Scoreboard and his interview with Project Director Mike Bellamente. Unilever knocked Nike from its three-year reign as the top-scoring firm in the annual Climate Counts assessment of major consumer brands and their work toward corporate climate responsibility. Unilever's climb to the lead position is among the highlights of the Climate Counts Scorecard issued this morning . The report shows a steady increase in CCR scores attained by companies as well as a growing number of firms being included in the review. "We're witnessing a remarkable shift across the corporate community," said Climate Counts Project Director Mike Bellamente in a statement released with the report. "As business risks associated with climate change continue to grow, sustainability is becoming intertwined with long-term strategy ...

Full article: http://www.greenbiz.com/blog/2011/12/07/unilever-climbs-n...

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