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Appendix II


Sample: geography/number of companies


Key Trends Indicators


28 49 35 41 47 58 42 55 8 83 59 17 69 68 N/A % of sample answering CDP 20113 56 19 35 205 94 29 21 143 4 83 59 17 240 340 2057


78 68 61 91 62 73 60 65 67 90 69 60 93 49 49 47 48 71 55 32 45 46 33 55 37 67 65 63 87 68 82 88 74 73 70 87 33 77 75 73 80 78 73 53 67 77 65 68 45 73 33 77 61 47 73 70 49 47 67 94 57 32 50 67 33 51 58 33 66 65 7 26 45 69 33 23 35 32 33 26 24 33 32 40 91 89 91 94 59 86 70 89 67 94 88 73 93 90 56 32 61 72 53 59 40 73 67 54 61 53 56 60 76 68 76 90 70 73 70 77 33 96 58 73 80 63 87 58 79 82 63 73 50 80 67 91 68 80 77 63 18 32 42 40 40 9 25 39 33 40 31 33 40 38 68 55 79


Number of companies answering CDP 20113


% of responders with Board or other executive level responsibility for climate change


% of responders with incentives for the management of climate change issues


% of responders with climate change integrated into their business strategy


68 % of responders engaging policymakers on climate issues to encourage mitigation or adaptation


60 36 87 59 73 73 33


% of responders with emissions reduction targets


% of responders with absolute emissions reduction targets


% of responders with active emissions reduction initiatives in the reporting year


% of responders indicating that their products and services directly help third parties to avoid GHG emissions


% of responders seeing regulatory risks


% of responders seeing regulatory opportunities


% of responders whose absolute emissions (Scope 1 & 2) have decreased compared to last year due to emissions reduction activities


40 63 73 35 53 59 40 51 33 49 39 33 49 42 42 53 61 37 54 50 40 43 0 50 37 27 46 37


1. The key trends table provides a snapshot of response trends based on headline data. That is, responses given to main questions without assessment of detailed explanations in follow up questions. The numbers in this table are based on the online responses submitted to CDP as of 7 September 2011. They may therefore differ from numbers in the rest of the report which are based on the number of companies which responded by the applicable local deadline (e.g. 30 June 2011). Please refer to the CDP website and the local reports for an updated version of this table.


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2. In some cases, the number of companies in a sample may differ slightly from the named sample size due to takeovers, mergers, acquisitions and duplicate share listings.


3. Includes offline responses to the CDP 2011 questionnaire and indirect answers submitted by parent companies. All other key trend indicators are based on direct and online company responses only.


4. Asia excluding Japan, India, China and Korea (ex-JICK).


% of responders independently verifying any portion of Scope 1 emissions data6


% of responders independently verifying any portion of Scope 2 emissions data6


5. Includes responses across all samples as well as responses submitted by companies not included in specific geographic or industry samples in 2011.


6. This takes into account companies reporting that data verification is either complete of underway.


* Denotes change in number or companies in sample compared to previous year.


**Denotes new sample for 2011. 41


India 200 Ireland 40 Italy 100* Japan 500 Korea 200


Latin America 50 New Zealand 50 Nordic 260* Russia 50


South Africa 100 Switzerland 100 Turkey 100 UK FTSE 350 US S&P 500


Overall5


Emissions Data


Risks & Opportunities


Targets & Initiatives


Strategy


Governance


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