ASICS has been identified as a global leader for engaging with its suppliers on climate change. The running shoe and apparel firm has been awarded a position on the Supplier Engagement Leaderboard by global environmental impact non-profit Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP).
ASICS has been recognized for its actions and strategies to reduce emissions and manage climate risks in its supply chain in the past reporting year. Over 4,800 companies in total were assessed by CDP and given a Supplier Engagement Rating, based on answers to selected questions about governance, targets, scope 3 emissions, and value chain engagement.
Companies’ responses to the CDP 2019 climate change questionnaire generated an overall CDP climate change score. ASICS is among the top 3% of organizations assessed by CDP, one of almost 160 companies on the Supplier Engagement Leaderboard this year.
ASICS adds that it is committed to pursuing sustainability in all aspects of its business on an ongoing basis to help bring about a more sustainable society.
ASICS was recently included in Sustainability Yearbook 2020 published by S&P Global, which showcases the sustainability performance of the world’s top 15% companies in each industry.
ASICS has also been selected as a component company of global ESG indexes, the Dow Jones Sustainability Indices (DJSI), created by S&P Dow Jones (US) and rating company RobecoSAM (Switzerland), as well as the FTSE4Good Index Series / FTSE Blossom Japan Index, compiled by FTSE Russell (UK).