CDP Names Pitney Bowes to the 2015 “A List” for Climate Change Transparency
STAMFORD, Conn., November 16, 2015 - Today, the international not-for-profit organization CDP named Pitney Bowes (NYSE:PBI) to the 2015 “A List” for Climate Change Transparency. One of only five firms in the industrial sector to achieve the ranking, Pitney Bowes scored 99 out of 100 for disclosure of high quality carbon emissions and energy data.
The announcement is timely as COP21, the UN climate change conference, convenes in Paris, France November 30 – December 11, 2015. National leaders will meet on a global deal to reduce carbon emissions and limit global temperature warming. Disclosures from the world’s largest listed companies reveal the extent to which corporations have shifted their strategies over the past five years to become part of the solution to the climate challenge.
“As the world looks beyond the Paris climate change negotiations and prepares for a low carbon future, reliable information about how companies are responding to the transition will be ever more valuable,” said Paul Dickinson, Executive Chairman and Co-Founder of CDP. “For this reason, we congratulate those businesses that have achieved a position on CDP’s Climate Disclosure Leadership Index.”
“Building on a long tradition of corporate citizenship, we have developed smart, sustainable programs that leverage physical and digital technologies across our global operations and benefit clients, employees and communities,” said Daniel Goldstein, Chief Legal and Compliance Officer of Pitney Bowes. “It’s an honor to be recognized by CDP for our efforts to minimize the impact of climate change.”
CDP charts the changed corporate landscape over five years, comparing data from 1,997 companies in 2015 with 1,799 in 2010. Globally, companies are taking action and making investments to prepare for the transition to a low carbon economy.
CDP, formerly Carbon Disclosure Project, is an international, not-for-profit organization providing the only global system for companies and cities to measure, disclose, manage and share vital environmental information. CDP works with market forces, including 822 institutional investors with assets of US$95 trillion, to motivate companies to disclose their impacts on the environment and natural resources and take action to reduce them. CDP now holds the largest collection globally of primary climate change, water and forest risk commodities information and puts these insights at the heart of strategic business, investment and policy decisions. Follow @CDP to find out more.
About Pitney Bowes
Pitney Bowes is a global technology company offering innovative products and solutions that enable commerce in the areas of customer information management, location intelligence, customer engagement, shipping and mailing, and global ecommerce. More than 1.5 million clients in approximately 100 countries around the world rely on products, solutions and services from Pitney Bowes. For additional information, visit Pitney Bowes at www.pb.com.