Novo Nordisk improves carbon disclosure

82% of the Global 500 responded to this year’s Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP) report which was launched in New York 21 September. Novo Nordisk’s disclosure score was up by 17 points from 56 in 2008 to 73 in 2009.

The CDP rates firms according to the level and quality of their disclosure and reporting on greenhouse gas emissions and climate change strategy data.

CDP pioneer

Novo Nordisk has participated in the Carbon Disclosure Project since the first rating was made in 2003. All Novo Nordisk responses, including 2009, are available from here.

Read more about Novo Nordisk’s approach to climate change here.

The full CDP Global 500 report is available from here.

About CDP

The Carbon Disclosure Project, founded in 2000, represents some 475 global institutional investors, with more than US $55 trillion in assets under management. As an independent not-for-profit organization, CDP collects key climate change data from some 2,500 major corporations around the globe. For more info visit www.cdproject.net