Awards & Recognition
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Awards & Recognition

  • Carbon Disclosure Project

    Mosaic's 2012 CDP report received a score of "90" in carbon disclosure and a grade of "B" in carbon performance, an improvement of 16 points from 2011. These are some of the top scores in the crop nutrition, agriculture and mining industries.

  • United Nations Global Compact

    In May 2012, Mosaic became a signatory to the United Nations Global Compact, affirming our deep commitment to operate according to universally accepted principles in the areas of human rights, labor, environment and anticorruption. Read Mosaic's Communication on Progress.

  • Global Reporting Initiative Organizational Stakeholder

    In June 2011, Mosaic joined a select group of US companies as a founding member of Focal Point USA's Sector Leaders Network, which is a regional effort of the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) aimed at driving innovative thinking about sustainability reporting, not only in the US, but globally.

  • Mosaic Recognized Among “100 Best Corporate Citizens”

    Mosaic has been recognized on 100 Best Corporate Citizen List by Corporate Responsibility Magazine in 2013. This is the fourth year in a row that Mosaic been named to the list, ranking number one among Mining and Crop Nutrition companies on the CR100 and number 52 overall.

  • Ethisphere Institute

    In 2013, Mosaic was named to Ethisphere Institute's List of World's Most Ethical Companies for the second consecutive year. Out of a record number of nominations, Mosaic earned a spot on the list by implementing and maintaining business practices and initiatives that are instrumental to the company's success. Read More

  • CECP

    The Mosaic Company received the 2013 Excellence Award in Corporate Philanthropy from CECP, the organization formerly known as the Committee Encouraging Corporate Philanthropy. CECP President's Award recognizes Mosaic's success in helping smallholder farmers in Guatemala, India and eight African countries break the cycle of insufficient crop yields and poverty through The Mosaic Villages Project. Read More