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In the Summer of 2022, ClimateUnified.org developed a scorecard that is designed to help people identify the level of achievement and commitment companies have made in fighting climate change.

 

The United Nations’ Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) has established global carbon emission reduction goals that are required in order to mitigate climate change. ClimateUnified.org’s ratings can be used to compare companies’ commitments to the IPCC goals.  Each company is rated separately based on its publicly reported carbon reduction commitments and progress. 

 

ClimateUnified.org evaluated information published by several companies. Using the data provided on their websites, ClimateUnified.org established a rating based on the company’s level of commitment, actions, and accomplishments.

 

 

Ask These Key Rating Questions for Climate Progress:

 

1) Has the company made a public commitment to mitigate its carbon footprint to the levels established by the UNIPCC (50% Reduction by 2030 and Net Zero by 2050)?

 

2) Does the company have a plan to mitigate its carbon footprint by 50% by 2030 and/or Net Zero by 2050?

 

3) Does the company publicly report on progress on its plan to mitigate its carbon footprint by 50% by 2030 and/or Net Zero by 2050?

 

4) Has the company made any public commitment to mitigate its carbon footprint with a specific goal, and reporting on the progress?

 

5) If the answer is "No" to these questions, then ask: Why is the company not addressing the climate crisis and not making a public commitment to address their emissions?

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Company Climate Progress Scorecard
Project Report -Summer 2022
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ClimateUnified.org Celebrates Companies Taking Action to Fight Climate Change

Please click on the link below to view a PDF of the first 25 companies we have rated with our scorecard system.  You can use these scores to inform your purchasing decisions.

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