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Carbon Disclosure Project 2011 – Italy 100 Report


Looking at response rates by sector, it is noticeable that the highest percentage of responders (78%) are in Utilities, followed by Energy, Materials and Telecommuni- cation Services sectors (50%).


The lowest response rates are in the Health Care, Information Technology and Consumer Staples sectors, all with no Italian companies responding to CDP in 2011.


Figure 7: Italy 100 response rate, sector breakdown (%)


Consumer Discretionary Consumer Staples Energy


Financials


Health Care Industrials


Information Technology Materials


Telecomm. Services Utilities


30% 67% 50% 29% 75% 24%


50% 50%


78% 58% 100% 25% 50% 11% 11% 14% AQ - Answered DP - Declined Partecipation SA - Mother Company Answered NR - Not Answered IN - Sent Information in a different way 31%


Consumer Discretionary


Energy


Financials Industrials


Table 1: Key figures on respondents and non respondents New respondents


Ansaldo STS Astaldi


Banca Popolare di Milano Banco Popolare Società Cooperativa Brembo


Cementir Holding Credito Valtellinese Gruppo Editoriale l’Espresso Marr Pirelli Unipol Yoox


Luxottica Group Bulgari Parmalat Mediaset Exor


Banca Carige Mediolanum Banca Popolare di Sondrio Banca Popolare dell’Emilia Romagna Diasorin


Non respondents in 2011 that responded in 2010 Autogrill


Materials


Telecommunication Services


Utilities 25% 25% 56% 52% 18% 33% 25% 9% 6% 25% 18%


6% 3%


6% 20% 20%


The Financials, Consumer Discretionary and Utilities sectors combined provide more than 70% of total respondents. In total 12 new companies responded in 2011. Only one of those that respon- ded last year didn’t respond in 2011.


Figure 8: Respondent Companies - sector breakdown (%)


The 10 largest non respondents by market capitalization


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