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NYK recognised for environmental sustainability action by CDP

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NYK has announced that for a fourth consecutive year, CDP, an international environmental non-profit organisation, has recognised NYK as an A List company for climate change.

CDP’s annual environmental disclosure and scoring process has been widely recognised as the gold standard of corporate environmental transparency. In 2023, more than 740 signatory financial institutions with assets of more than US$136 trillion requested disclosure of data on environmental impacts, risks, and opportunities through the CDP platform. In 2023, about 23 000 companies responded — the highest ever.

Over 21 000 companies worldwide were assessed with 346 companies selected for the A List, out of which 109 were Japanese companies and four were shipping companies, including NYK as of 6 February 2024.


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