Stockmann improved its CDP score
The international climate initiative, Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP), published October 15, 2014 a report on the biggest Nordic companies reporting and management of carbon emissions.
Stockmann’s received a good score: 93 B. A high disclosure score (on a scale from 0 to 100) requires that the company is able to give detailed information on how it measures its carbon footprint and how it manages its emissions. The performance band grade (on a scale from A to E) tells about performance in managing greenhouse gas emissions.
Stockmann’s disclosure score (93) was well above the Nordic average (80) and overall the result a significant improvement from previous year (84 C). In its sector, ‘Consumer Discretionary’, Stockmann’s result was the best in Finland and second best on the Nordic level, as previous year.
Stockmann calculates its carbon footprint annually and based on that, responds to the CDP survey. Climate change mitigation and setting emissions targets is a central part of Stockmann’s CSR work and environmental strategy also in the future.