Introductory Information

Key Indicators of Honda's Environmental Performance

CDP Global 500 Climate Change Report 2013

1st in Japan

In the Carbon Disclosure Project's 2013 survey1 of Global 500 companies,2 Honda earned the highest disclosure score among Japanese corporations. We were also among 12 leading global corporations for earning exceptionally high marks in areas related to both disclosure content and results.
Furthermore, we were included in the Climate Disclosure Leadership Index (CDLI) for the third consecutive year, and was also among 56 companies included in the Climate Performance Leadership Index (CPLI), an index of companies selected for demonstrating leadership in combating climate change, in which we earned a performance score of A, the highest.

1. Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP) is an international non-profit managing the world's largest database for companies and other organizations to disclose, manage, and share information related to climate change mitigation. The group also publishes its own analysis of this data.
2. Global 500: The 500 largest companies (by market capitalization) that make up the FTSE Global Equity Index Series.

17th Nikkei Environmental Management Survey

4th place

Honda ranked fourth out of 1,729 manufacturers examined in the 17th Environmental Management Survey by news publishing company Nikkei Inc.

Buna-no-Mori Environmental Survey 2013

Rank A

Honda earned the highest rank, rank A, in the 2013 Buna-no-Mori environmental survey by Sompo Japan Nipponkoa Risk Management Inc. and was also selected as a component of the Buna-no-Mori eco-friendly investment fund.

Environment-Related External Relations Activities

Honda is a member of the World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD), and a member of the WBCSD's Urban Infrastructure Initiative (UII) Core Group.
We took part in the UII Core Group, which released its final report on April 7, 2014, by drawing up plans for sustainable mobility infrastructure.
We also are participating in Sustainable Mobility Project 2.0.

UII Final Report
UII Final Report

Honda also conducts various external relations activities in collaboration with policy makers in each region. We advise regional and national governing bodies on how to make mobility systems environmentally responsible from a technological standpoint, partner with governments for conducting technology development projects, and serve on committees held by national government agencies.

Public-Private Partnerships:
E-Kizuna Project (Saitama Prefecture, Japan),
California Fuel Cell Partnership (California, U.S.), and others

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