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2014-10-20

Honda Earns Perfect Climate Disclosure Score In 2014 CDP Global 500 Climate Change Report

Honda Motor Co., Ltd. has earned a perfect climate disclosure score of 100 in the Carbon Disclosure Project’s (CDP) Global 500 Climate Change Report 2014.

Honda Motor Co., Ltd. has earned a perfect climate disclosure score of 100 in the Carbon Disclosure Project’s (CDP) Global 500 Climate Change Report 2014.

The report analyses the initiatives of the world’s 500 largest companies in addressing countermeasures against global warming and the disclosure of information regarding greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.

Honda Australia Director, Mr. Stephen Collins said; “Honda has long been committed to monitoring and improving our global environmental footprint. We are pleased to be recognised by the Carbon Disclosure Project and will continue to look at ways to address the important business management issues of climate change and energy.”

With the perfect disclosure score for the fourth consecutive year, Honda was listed as one of the companies in the CDP’s ‘Climate Disclosure Leadership Index (CDLI)’ which names the world’s most advanced companies in the area of disclosures related to global climate change.

Earning a perfect disclosure score indicates that Honda was recognised for its commitment to proper disclosures and the ability to utilise its climate data in making corporate decisions toward the realisation of a low carbon society.

Each year, Honda produces a global environmental report along with six regional reports, including one from the Asia and Oceania regional where Australia is located. These reports provide an in-depth look into Honda’s activities in this area.

The 2014 Environmental Annual Report shows Honda is on track to reduce the average amount of CO2 emitted per unit of motorcycles, automobiles and power products by 30 per cent by 2020 (from year 2000 levels).

Honda is the world’s biggest engine manufacturer, a leader in automotive research and development and consistently rated a top performer in customer satisfaction. There are more than 400,000 Hondas on the road in Australia and millions of happy customers worldwide.

2014 Honda Environmental Annual Report http://world.honda.com/environment/report/

Honda Asia and Oceania Regional Environmental Annual Report  http://www.asianhonda.com/environment/annualreport.php