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Carbon Footprint 
 
ICL: World leader in reporting carbon footprint data

ICL's GHG Centre of Excellence has led a comprehensive data collection and reporting initiative of ICL's Corporate Carbon Footprint to the Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP), the world's largest body in the GHG emissions reporting field, which collects Carbon Footprint data from some 3,000 companies around the world, and serves more than 550 investors holding $71 trillion in assets.

ICL had received the score of 90 (out of 100) in our Disclosure Score. This score is the seventh highest result amongst the chemical companies worldwide, positioning ICL within the CDP's Carbon Disclosure Leadership Index (CDLI), an exclusive short list of companies that extraordinarily excel in the climate change adaptation field.

Attached is a link to the CDP website, where ICL is highlighted through this list: https://www.cdproject.net/en-US/Results/Pages/CDP-2011-disclosure-scores.aspx

ICL receives an award from the Israel Ministry of Environmental Protection on reporting and registering system of greenhouse gas emissions in Israel

ICL continues to gain public recognition for the company's efforts in the sustainability field. In recent years, ICL has been measuring the Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions of its Israeli and global production facilities using a process called "Corporate Carbon Footprint" quantification. The Carbon Footprint measurement process provides a full-scale, up-to-date picture of GHG emissions, and the most optimal, cost-effective means for reducing these emissions.

Over the past year ICL has begun to publicize its GHG emissions and was one of the first Israeli companies to report its emissions to the voluntary GHG emissions reporting mechanism of the Israel Ministry of Environmental Protection, for which it received an award from the Ministry (see attached). Since Israeli regulation is showing signs of progression towards mandatory reporting, ICL has created an advantage in comprehensive pre-preparation, and is actively participating in shaping the young reporting mechanism.

 ICL award

 
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