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CDP Climate Score and Supplier Engagement Rating

Reaching the next level

We are happy to announce that Constantia Flexibles improved its already strong CDP (Carbon Disclosure Project) climate score and supplier engagement score even further.

In recognition of both the high degree of transparency in climate change reporting and climate protection efforts, Constantia Flexibles was rewarded with a very high CDP Climate Score Rating in 2018. Constantia Flexibles has received a score of A- which is within the Leadership band and is much higher than the sector average (D) and the Europe regional average (C).

CDP is an independent platform which evaluates strategies, goals, and actual reductions in emissions annually, along with the transparency and verification of reported data. More than 7000 companies worldwide responded to CDP questionnaires in 2018. This above average score demonstrates Constantia Flexibles’ high level of environmental stewardship, and our actions and approaches in managing climate change.

Constantia Flexibles also participated in CDP’s supply chain program and was assessed against CDP’s supplier engagement rating methodology in addition to the CDP climate scoring methodology. Of over 5000 companies assessed, Constantia Flexibles is among the 3% that has been awarded a CDP Supplier Engagement Leader (Score A). CDP therefore awards Constantia Flexibles a position on its third annual Supplier Engagement Rating leader board. The leader board comprises those companies from around the world that have been specifically recognized as leaders in their efforts and actions to manage carbon emissions and address climate-related issues across their supply chains in the past CDP-reporting year.


For more information, please contact Dr. Thomas Greigeritsch, Vice President Group Sustainability



Background information:

CDP, formerly the Carbon Disclosure Project, runs a global disclosure system that enables companies, cities, states and regions to measure and manage their environmental impacts. CDP has built the most comprehensive collection of self-reported environmental data in the world. www.cdp.net