The large Swedish listed companies are becoming more transparent on their emissions of greenhouse gases and the work they do to reduce this. That is the conclusion of the study that 2050 has conducted among the companies on the large-cap list of the Stockholm stock exchange.
This is the third time that 2050 conducts this type of research, and significant progress is apparent in the number of listed companies reporting their emissions of greenhouse gases. This year, the report includes a transparency index - a score between 0 and 100 based on the companies reporting of emissions as well as targets to decrease their climate impact. A total of 17 companies are awarded a perfect 100 points. Read the report to find out which!
The report in its entirety is available here, only the summary is in English, but reach out to one of us at 2050 if you want more information.Published on Thursday December 22, 2016