As part of Brembo's strategy, the Group is focused on developing greener solutions. Following this commitment, this year Brembo unveiled its Greenance Kit Concept. This new range of special alloy discs and dedicated brake pads aims to combine top braking performance with a lower environmental impact. On the operations side, Brembo has cut the CO2 emissions of its offices and plants by 29% compared to 2019 and increased its energy supply from renewable sources which represent 53% of the total, up from last year’s 43%. Such efforts are part of Brembo’s broad action to support the UN’s 17 Sustainable Development Goals since 2018 when the Company endorsed the 2030 Agenda.
Maxfield Weiss, Executive Director, CDP Europe said:
“CDP saw nearly 20,000 companies disclose environmental data this year, including 70% of European companies by market value. COP27 showed the need for transformational change is more critical than ever if we are to limit warming to 1.5 °C. I’m therefore delighted that European companies make up nearly half of all A List companies around the world, including 15 with two A scores and 8 with triple A scores for climate change, forests, and water security leadership. We must cut emissions by half and eliminate deforestation by 2030, alongside achieving water security on the same timescale – there is no route to 1.5°C without nature. With the EU’s ground-breaking new reporting regulation, the CSRD, now agreed, CDP A List companies are showing they are ahead of the game – taking clear action to reduce emissions and to address environmental impacts throughout their value chains. This is the type of environmental transparency and action we need economy-wide to prevent ecological collapse’’.
The full list of companies that made this year’s CDP A List is available here: