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Nike, Unilever, HP Top Latest Climate Counts Scorecard

Nike has taken the top score for the annual Climate Counts scorecard for the second year in a row, but there are some companies hot on Nike's heels and others that made large leaps in the past year. Climate Counts' third annual scorecard covers 90 consumer companies on their efforts to measure and reduce their climate impact, support or oppose climate legislation and disclose their climate-related actions... The top 10 scores were taken by: Nike... Stonyfield Farm [part of Danone]... Unilever... HP... IBM... General Electric... Canon and Toshiba, tied... UPS... Deutsche Post/DHL WorldNet, L'Oreal and News Corp., tied... Motorola, HSBC and CitiGroup, tied... Some companies that made large leaps compared to last year include Ebay... US Airways... Apple... and Levi Strauss... The bottom 10 scores went to: SkyWest Air, 0. Regions... Wendy's Arby's Group and SunTrust, tied... Viacom and PNC Financial Services, tied... AirTran... VF Corporation... Liz Claiborne and ExpressJet, tied... Burger King... Capital One and Carlson, tied... Hyatt...