CDP is a nonprofit organization that runs the global disclosure system for investors, companies, cities, states, and regions to manage their environmental impacts. The benefits of annually disclosing to CDP include better visibility of Bühler’s sustainability practices among stakeholders, as well as ensuring transparency of the company’s climate impact.
After submitting for the first time in 2019 and receiving a score of C- in the Climate Change questionnaire, Bühler significantly increased their performance in 2020, achieving a score of B while responding to the full version of the questionnaire. In 2021 Bühler maintained their B rating, indicating to their stakeholders that they continue to take coordinated actions on climate related issues. Bühler as well maintained their rating in supplier engagement at B-, an additional rating provided on actions taken in its supply chain over the course of 2020.
With the actions taken in 2021, which are reflected in the sustainability report, Bühler has the ambition to see their score rise higher in both rating categories and will continue to work within its value chains on actions to mitigate climate change.