Linde recognized by S&P Global in Sustainability Yearbook 2024
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Linde recognized by S&P Global in Sustainability Yearbook 2024

Linde scored the highest of any industrial gases company

  • By ICN Bureau | April 12, 2024

Linde announced that it has been included in S&P Global’s Sustainability Yearbook 2024.

The Sustainability Yearbook recognizes the world’s leading companies for sustainable business practices. Based on S&P Global's rigorous Corporate Sustainability Assessment, the Yearbook comprises companies scoring in the top 15% of their industry. In the review of 7,800 companies globally, Linde was ranked as one of the most sustainable companies in the world and scored the highest of any industrial gases company.

“Every day we live our mission of making our world more productive sustainably. Our teams around the world are laser-focused on creating long-term value for all our stakeholders, from helping customers achieve their climate goals to fostering more resilience in our communities,” said Tamara Brown, Vice President Sustainability, Linde. “It is encouraging to see this commitment recognized by S&P Global.”

Over the past year, Linde reported progress on its 2035 science-based absolute GHG emissions reduction target. It also published a declaration of all categories of Scope 3 emissions, with a significant portion externally audited, and increased R&D spending on decarbonization. The company has also expanded its Human Rights policy.

Linde’s products, technologies and services help its customers to avoid approximately 90 million metric tons of carbon dioxide equivalent each year - more than double Linde’s own global emissions.

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