Johnson Controls has been named to the inaugural Financial Times Climate Leaders in Europe list.
Europe’s Climate Leaders 2021 is a list of companies across Europe that have shown the highest reduction of their emission intensity, i.e., core greenhouse gas emissions in relation to revenues, between 2014 and 2019. Johnson Controls was one of only 300 companies selected from 4,000 across Europe.
“We are extremely proud to be recognised by the Financial Times as a European climate leader,” said George Oliver, chairman and chief executive, Johnson Controls. “Sustainability has long been at the heart of everything we do and it is an honour to be included on this prestigious list. With COP26 approaching at this critical moment in the battle against climate change, it is important that companies continue to play their part in cutting emissions and delivering clean, sustainable solutions across the entire value chain.”
Companies on the list compiled by research firm Statista, were invited to submit emissions reported following the emission categories of the greenhouse gas protocol (scope 1, 2 and 3). In addition, Statista scrutinised publicly available data, mainly from financial and non-financial reports as well as from CDP (formerly the “Carbon Disclosure Project”).
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