Recently, Cabot Corporation is listed in the 20th Top 100 Corporate Citizens List, which recognizes companies with high transparency and good performance in environmental, social and governance (ESG) among the 1000 largest listed companies in the United States. . In 2019, Cabot won the 47th place on the list.
“We are very pleased to be recognized for environmental, social and governance for two consecutive years. This year’s top 50 is Cabot’s honor,” said Martin O’Neill, senior vice president and president of SH&E, Cabot. Cabot employees around the world are working hard and making meaningful changes. The entire team of Cabot is proud of our commitment to sustainable development. It is because of our commitment that we can Positive impact on employees, customers, communities and the world."
"China Rubber" learned that this is the second consecutive year that Cabot has been on the list. Cabot is also recognized by customers and third-party organizations for its commitment to safety, health and the environment, as well as excellence in innovation and outstanding customer service. In addition to the recognition of the US Corporate Social Responsibility magazine, Cabot has also received the EcoVadis Gold Award for the third consecutive year. EcoVadis is a company that evaluates the corporate environment, labor and human rights, business fair operations and procurement sustainability. Independent evaluation agency.
The rankings of the top 100 corporate citizens are based on a total of 134 company disclosures and performance indicators in seven areas: climate change, employee relations, environment, finance, governance, human rights and stakeholders, and social development.
The Top 100 Citizens List is specifically for companies in the Russell 1000 Index, which is conducted by the Investment Research Department (ISS-ESG) under the institutional shareholder services company. The evaluated company does not need to pay any fees in this project. The information used in the ranking is limited to public resources, and is not obtained through questionnaires or company-submitted information. The company being evaluated has the right to freely verify the information used in the ranking.