published its latest results in the CDP Global
Climate Change Report 2015, and Oracle achieved a score of 99B. In addition,
Oracle was recognized on CDP’s Climate Disclosure Leadership Index, meaning we
are in the top 10 percent of highest scoring companies for transparency. This
accomplishment reflects Oracle’s commitment to reducing our carbon footprint
globally, and marks an improvement for the fifth year in a row.
CDP, formerly known as the Carbon Disclosure Project,
helps companies track and report information on energy use, greenhouse gas
emissions, and environmental performance through the annual CDP Climate Change
than 5,500 companies disclose to CDP annually, and their data are used by 822
institutional investors representing US$95 trillion in assets. It’s impressive
to see the consistent improvement in Oracle’s CDP score, particularly since the
internal implementation of Oracle Environmental Accounting and Reporting in 2012, which significantly enhanced the management and
reporting of sustainability data across our facilities globally.