Dana has placed in the 90th percentile for the Automotive Sector on the S&P Global Corporate Sustainability Assessment (CSA) in its first year participating in the assessment. The company was also recognized with the S&P Global 2022 Sustainability Yearbook Member Award, which honors the top performing companies by industry.
Established in 1999, the CSA has become the basis for numerous indices over the past two decades, evaluating companies across a broad range of metrics and scoring them in three major categories: environmental, social and governance.
“Dana is proud to be in the 90th percentile among our peers in the S&P Global Corporate Sustainability Assessment and to receive the Sustainability Yearbook Member Award. This is the result of Dana’s commitment across our organization to reduce our environmental footprint, advance sustainable business practices through innovation, and empower our people to take action,” said Doug Liedberg, Dana senior vice president and chief sustainability officer. “Sustainability and social responsibility remain core to our culture and values as we continue to support our customers in powering the next generation of clean energy vehicles and machines that will help move our world forward.”
Among Dana’s many 2021 sustainability improvement initiatives, the company committed to accelerating the reduction of its Scope 1 and 2 greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions – by more than 50 percent by 2030 – ahead of its original target of 2035. The company also signed a commitment letter with the Science Based Target Initiative, which focuses on partnering with companies to help validate emissions reduction targets.
To learn more about Dana’s focus on sustainability, visit: www.dana.com/sustainability.