Norfolk Southern (NS), CSX and CN have earned spots on CDP’s 2021 Supplier Engagement Leaderboard, which recognizes companies for their work with suppliers to reduce emissions.
Norfolk Southern (NS) has been awarded an A- rating for leadership in corporate sustainability from global environmental non-profit CDP.
Canadian Pacific (CP) has received a leadership level score of A- for its 2021 climate change disclosure from global environmental non-profit CDP.
CN and CSX each earned an A rating for leadership in corporate sustainability from global environmental non-profit CDP for the sixth and second time, respectively.
CSX has received an A rating for leadership in corporate sustainability from CDP, a global environmental non-profit.
CN and Canadian Pacific (CP) have received leadership-level scores from global environmental non-profit CDP for their 2020 climate change actions and disclosures.
CN has been identified as “a global leader for its actions and strategies to manage environmental issues” and awarded a position on the Supplier A List by CDP, the non-profit global environmental disclosure platform.
For the ninth straight year, CN has made the not-for-profit, worldwide environmental Carbon Disclosure Project’s (CDP) Climate A List, identifying the railroad as “a global leader in the corporate response to climate change.”
Affirming its commitment to protecting the environment now and for future generations, Union Pacific (UP) has submitted climate change data to CDP an outlined initiatives and investments to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, the railroad reported on July 31, 2015. For the second time, UP also reported on its water consumption and responsible management of this resource in CDP’s water questionnaire.