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Carbon Disclosure Project

Transparency about environmental data

Nordzucker has annually published data in the Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP) since we joined in 2010. We are currently rated B- (2021 Score), but seek to improve our score as part of our initiatives like GoGreen and our commitment to the Science Based Target Initiative (SBTi).

The Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP) is a non-profit organization established in London in 2000 that aims to create transparency about environmental data. This includes climate-damaging greenhouse gas emissions and water consumption.

Once a year, the CDP collects data and information about companies’ Scope 1,2 and 3 CO emissions, climate risks and reduction targets, governance and strategies. The data is provided on a voluntary basis through standardized questionnaires. The CDP manages what is now the world’s largest database of its kind.

For us the CDP is a great tool, to be a transparent supplier to our customers and show our commitment to continuously improve our sustainability performance.

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Resource conservation and climate protection - Learn more about our sustainability projects and the entire process from beet to sugar.

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