Air Products Again Selected to 100 Best Corporate Citizens List
Air Products rose to 26th in the rankings, up from 35th in the 2019 "100 Best" companies list, which recognizes outstanding environmental, social and governance (ESG) transparency and performance among the 1,000 largest, public companies in
"Today our world faces unprecedented challenges. Every company, community and employee has a role to play to heal our planet and build a brighter future," said
The 100 Best Corporate Citizens ranking is based on 141 ESG transparency and performance factors in eight pillars: climate change, employee relations, environment, financial, governance, human rights, stakeholders and society, and ESG performance.
Using a methodology developed by
To compile the ranking, corporate data and information is obtained from publicly available sources only, rather than questionnaires or company submissions. Companies have the option to verify data collected for the ranking. Data and information used in the 2020 edition of the 100 Best Corporate Citizens ranking is from
"The best corporate citizens of 2020 are leaders, demonstrating how transparency, ambitious goals, robust strategies and accounting for all stakeholders builds business and social value," said
Air Products aligns its corporate responsibility efforts under economic, environmental and social categories using its "Grow, Conserve and Care" model. While growing responsibly through sustainability-driven opportunities that benefit its customers and the world, Air Products strives to conserve resources and care for its employees, customers and communities. Air Products serves dozens of industries providing gases, technologies and applications solutions that improve customers' energy efficiency, productivity, and environmental performance.
To learn more about CSR efforts at Air Products, visit the company's Sustainability web site.
About Air Products
The Company had fiscal 2019 sales of
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