Johnson Controls recognized as world leader in addressing climate change

Share On
Share

Johnson Controls is being recognized as a global leader for its actions and strategies in response to climate change by the Climate Disclosure Project, the international not-for-profit that drives sustainable economies.

More than 6,000 companies submit annual climate disclosures to CDP for independent assessment against its scoring methodology. Johnson Controls is among 22% of corporations participating in CDP’s climate change program to be awarded a leadership level position, receiving an A- climate score.

According to CDP, “This excellent result indicates Johnson Controls International PLC has implemented a range of actions to manage climate change, both in its own operations and beyond.”
“Johnson Controls is committed to growing our company in a way that’s sustainable for our climate.” – Grady Crosby, VP Public Affairs and Chief Diversity Officer, Johnson Controls

 “Johnson Controls is committed to growing our company in a way that’s sustainable for our climate,” said Grady Crosby, VP Public Affairs and Chief Diversity Officer, Johnson Controls. “Our company vision is a safe, comfortable, and sustainable world - part of delivering on that is taking action on climate change.”

Competition for leadership level status is increasing. According to CDP, “Climate change is now a mainstream boardroom topic.” Of responding companies, 97% report that climate change is integrated into their business strategy and 96% of companies are now reporting engagement with policymakers on climate issues to encourage mitigation or adaption. Johnson Controls is proud to be named to the leadership level among our peers.

A list of all companies publicly taking part in CDP’s climate change program this year is available on CDP’s website.

Share On
Share