The Top Corporate Climate Innovators

24 April of 2012 by

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GE, Alcoa, Johnson Controls, Ford, Intel and Hess are leaders in the innovation of clean-tech solutions and products, mitigation of climate change-related risks and management of carbon emissions, according to a rating by risk analysis company Maplecroft.

The Maplecroft Climate Innovation Indexes (CIIs) studied 360 large, multinational U.S. companies and how they adapt to climate-change issues. Maplecroft rated each company on over 100 criteria, including: innovation in technologies and working practices to combat the onset of climate change, management of physical climate-related issues and adaption to climate-related risks.

Participating companies are provided with their scorecard to facilitate reporting and future engagement in the annual review of the indexes. Companies are also provided with their full completed questionnaire on request to cii@maplecroft.com.

Participating companies are provided with their scorecard to facilitate reporting and future engagement in the annual review of the indexes. Companies are also provided with their full completed questionnaire on request to cii@maplecroft.com.

Here are some of the leading scores and the companies to which they correspond:

71.921: General Electric Co
71.432: Alcoa Inc
70.533 Johnson Controls Inc
69.544: Ford Motor Co
66.955: Intel Corp
64.986: Hess Corp
64.427: Air Products & Chemicals Inc
61.588: Praxair Inc
61.379: United Technologies Corp
60.9310: Autodesk Inc
59.1411: Covanta Holding Corp
58.8012: PG&E Corp
58.6413: Goldman Sachs Group Inc/The
58.5414: Life Technologies Corp
57.6415: Lexmark International Inc
57.2416: Weyerhaeuser Co
56.7017: Coca-Cola Enterprises Inc

To download overall index rankings and scores click here. Scorecards providing a detailed breakdown of overall scores for every company, plus insight into strengths and challenges are available for purchase either as a sector bundle or for the entire CII Benchmark. To access the CII Report – ‘Results, trends and leaders in the evolving landscape of Climate Innovation’ – full report, results and analysis, April 2012 contact Maplecroft at info@maplecroft.com.

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