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Johnson Controls Included in 2024 S&P Sustainability Yearbook

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Johnson Controls has been named in the 2024 S&P Global Sustainability Yearbook following an assessment of its business practices.

S&P Global’s Corporate Sustainability Assessment (CSA) ranks the top 15 per cent of companies in their industry. 759 out of more than 9,400 companies were accepted for inclusion in the 2024 yearbook.

We are at a critical inflection point when it comes to climate change. To lead the way to a net zero future, we have committed to ambitious sustainability goals …

“We are at a critical inflection point when it comes to climate change. To lead the way to a net zero future, we have committed to ambitious sustainability goals including the development of and execution against our own carbon transition plan,” says Renae Kezar, vice president of sustainability, Johnson Controls. “It’s an honour to be recognised for our sustainable business practices and to have our performance included in the prestigious yearbook.”

Johnson Controls is creating and deploying technology to accelerate its net zero journey. The company has already reduced absolute Scope 1 and 2 emissions by 43 per cent since 2017, well on its way to the 2030 Science Based Target initiative (SBTi) target of 55%. The company also sources 42% of clean electricity across its global operations and has reduced Scope 3 emissions 28% since 2017.

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Visit The Sustainability Yearbook | S&P Global (spglobal.com).

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