MAN again sets new standards in meridian protection

Posted on 04. Nov, 2015 by in Volkswagen Canada

MAN has perceived tip scores for clarity and measures in fighting meridian change and once some-more binds a tip position in a pivotal tellurian meridian insurance index gathered by a Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP).

The Company scored a limit of 100 points in a Climate Disclosure Leadership Index (CDLI). In addition, MAN has been awarded an ‘A minus’ opening rating for a measures it has introduced, a swell it has already made, and a designed strategies for shortening CO2 emissions.

“With a measure of ‘100 A minus,’ MAN SE has reached a standing of ‘Sector Leader Industrials’ in climate-change stating for Germany, Austria, and Switzerland in 2015. This ranks MAN among a 10 best companies of this attention in Germany, Austria, and Switzerland,” says Susan Dreyer, Director of CDP’s German, Austrian, and Swiss region.

“We are really gratified to again be enclosed in this critical index,” says Josef Schelchshorn, Chief Human Resources Officer during MAN SE in assign of Corporate Responsibility. “Climate insurance and traffic with a ramifications of meridian change sojourn a long-term charge in terms of politics, society, and economy. Against this backdrop, MAN will be closely following a developments during a UN COP 21 meridian discussion in Paris.”

The general non-profit classification CDP publishes a annual news on meridian change consecrated by 822 investors with resources value €86 trillion. More than 5,500 of a world’s companies with roughly 800 of them in Europe have disclosed environment-related information around CDP in 2015. Today, a classification binds a largest collection globally of self-reported meridian change, water, and forest-risk data. With this data, CDP enables decision-makers to embody a cause of healthy collateral into their decision-making routine per strategy, business, investment, and policies.

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