This accomplishment recognizes Cabot’s reputation and programs in corporate governance, community engagement and management of environmental performance, as well as transparent reporting. Cabot ranked in the top 10 most responsible companies in the materials industry and top 10% of all companies analyzed.
“We are honored to be recognized by Newsweek for the second consecutive year and are immensely proud of the work we have done as an organization to advance our sustainability program throughout 2020, including the launch of our new 2025 Sustainability Goals,” said
Newsweek, in partnership with Statista, developed the list of America’s Most Responsible companies through an analysis of 2,000 publicly traded companies. The four-phase vetting process included an independent survey among 7,500
This recognition comes following Cabot’s recent announcement of its 2025 Sustainability Goals, an expanded set of goals that address Cabot's highly material topics beyond a strictly environmental focus to include areas such as product development, suppliers' sustainability, diversity and inclusion, community involvement and more under the broader umbrella of sustainability.
For more information about Cabot’s corporate social responsibility commitment, visit cabotcorp.com/sustainability.
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