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'Climate Counts' Reveals Which Companies Are Walking the Walk
Author: Joel Makower, in World Changing, Published on: 19 June 2007
Today marks the launch of Climate Counts, a new nonprofit initiative to rate major consumer brands on their climate commitments and performance. The project…represents the first time big companies have been rated consistently on climate using a comprehensive, consistent, and credible set of metrics…The data released today rate 56 companies on a 100-point scale based on more than 20 criteria in four categories…[The top 10 companies were Canon,] Nike, Unilever, IBM, Toshiba, Stonyfield Farm, General Electric, Motorola, and Hewlett-Packard, with News Corp. and Coca-Cola tied for tenth place. Companies who fared worst include Amazon.com, Wendy's, Darden Restaurants, Burger King, Jones Apparel, Clorox, Yum!, Levi Strauss, and eBay.
Related companies: Amazon.com Burger King Canon Clorox Coca-Cola Darden Restaurants eBay General Electric HP (Hewlett-Packard) IBM Levi Strauss Motorola News Corporation Nike Stonyfield Farm Toshiba Unilever Wendy's YUM!