Marks & Spencer tops FTSE 100 carbon reporting ranking


Retailer Marks & Spencer has been ranked top in a study of the FTSE 100 companies for carbon measurement and reporting, writes Edie.net.

Examining the extent and depth of FTSE 100 companies’ carbon measurement and reporting practices, the top 10 performers were Marks and Spencer, BT Group, National Grid, Aviva, Unilever, Reed Elsevier, TUI Travel, Sainsbury’s, BSkyB, British Land, Barclays, Whitbread and HSBC.

The research, undertaken by UK-based carbon management firm Carbon Clear, found that although many businesses continue to take carbon management seriously, just 52 companies in the FTSE100 include their carbon footprint in their annual report.

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