Britain's Most Admired Companies 2013: Community and environmental responsibility

'Green cr*p' might be out of fashion in the Prime Minister's office, but keeping down carbon emissions is laudable in big business. Here, companies are ranked by their green and ethical credentials.

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Last Updated: 04 Dec 2013

To arrive at the total scores, each company is marked out of 10 across nine criteria, such as quality of management, value as a long-term investment, and financial soundness and innovation.

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