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Climate Change

Asia-Pacific climate leaders: Which companies cut emissions?

Nikkei-FT-Statista survey finds India behind Australia, Japan in carbon race

Nikkei partnered with the Financial Times and research provider Statista to conduct its first Asia-Pacific Climate Leaders survey.

TOKYO -- Asian businesses have been slower to respond to climate change than some international peers, but companies across the region have still posted significant cuts in greenhouse gas emissions, according to Nikkei Asia's inaugural Asia-Pacific Climate Leaders survey.

On the list of 200 top performers in Asia-Pacific countries and territories, 86 companies are in Japan, 47 in Australia and 20 in India. Taiwan accounted for 15 and South Korea 10, while Thailand led the way in Southeast Asia with six.

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