Charlton ranked sixth in the EFL for the club’s work on environmental sustainability.
The rankings, published on Wednesday morning by the BBC, have been produced by Sports Positive and attributed weighted points to clubs across 11 key areas - including energy, transport, plastics, education and communication.
The Addicks finished third in the rankings amongst all League One club and joint-sixth, alongside Championship side Burnley, across all 72 EFL clubs.
The club’s CEO Peter Storrie said: “The club has made a concerted effort to become more environmentally sustainable and the work done so far is a testament to the hard work of the club’s staff and the work we’ve done with our sustainability partner RSK.
“As a club, we’re on a journey and we want to continue to improve our processes. We’ve been really pleased with the support we’re getting from players, staff, fans and partners around this activity, as demonstrated by our successful Greener Games in February, supported by RSK, University of Greenwich, Countrystyle and Gather & Gather, as well as the Charlton Athletic Community Trust.”