Eni has resulted as Italy's leading company in a study by the Carbon Disclosure Project 2010- Italy 60 both in the Carbon Performance Leadership Index (CPLI), for the measures adopted to reduce emissions, and in the Carbon Disclosure Leadership Index (CDLI), for the quality and thoroughness of reporting and carbon management strategy. The Carbon Disclosure Project 2010- Italy 60 study was presented on 9 February 2011 at the Borsa Italiana in Milan, along with the advisor for the study, PwC, and in cooperation with e Banca Monte dei Paschi di Siena.
The Carbon Disclosure Project has also promoted country-specific studies which, unlike the analyses made at a global level conducted by business sector, draws up an overall list of the best companies in terms of GHG emissions management regardless of the sector of activity.
The study shows that of the 60 leading Italian listed companies examined, the 21 that responded provided information not only about their strategies for a low-carbon future, but also about governance, communication to stakeholders and results. The percentage of disclosure regarding CO2 emissions rose to 95% among the companies responding to the survey, a significant improvement on the previous year (78%). The high level of the average evaluations of the companies and the public response to the event confirm the growing attention companies and investors are giving to carbon management.
Eni is part of the Carbon Disclosure Project, an initiative launched in 2003, by Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors of New York, that aims to make public corporate strategies and results in the management of greenhouse gas emissions of the majors listed in the FTSE Global Equity 500. The Carbon Disclosure Project 2010 represented 534 international investors with assets under management of over $64,000 billion.
Last updated on 17/02/11