For the 5th year in a row, TGB has earned its position on the index by disclosing high quality carbon
emissions and energy data through CDP’s climate change programme.
We are pleased to announce that Tata Global Beverages has yet again been identified as an Indian
leader for the quality of climate change related information that it has disclosed to investors and the global
marketplace through CDP India, the not-for- profit that drives sustainable economies. It is therefore
awarded a position on the Indian Climate Disclosure Leadership Index (CDLI) for the 5th consecutive
TGB has earned its position on the index by disclosing high quality carbon emissions and energy data
through CDP’s climate change programme. The reported data has been independently assessed against
CDP’s scoring methodology. Last year we scored 99, and our CEO, Ajoy was also invited to unveil the
India report at the Bombay Stock Exchange. Click here to read the related article on the Source.
This year CDP has changed its scoring criteria, and the leaders are now listed on the “A List” of CDP
(table below). There are 12 Indian companies on this list, including 4 Tata Companies. The Leadership
band, which is the highest rating, looks for particular steps a company has taken which represent best
practice in the field of environmental management.
TGB calculates and discloses our carbon footprint across 65 sites worldwide, including Himalayan and
Tata Coffee. Our carbon intensity has decreased by over 40% in the past 3 years, and will reduce further
as we install renewable energy projects in Himalayan and Eaglescliffe factories.
Click here to view CDP’s annual climate change report, along with the climate scores of all companies
publicly taking part in CDP’s climate change programme this year.