100 "most sustainable companies" for 2008 - MTR is first Chinese company, Rio Tinto also added; Google, HSBC, Scottish & Southern dropped

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24 January 2008

100 ‘most sustainable’ companies unveiled

Author: Environmental Finance [UK]

...Corporate Knights and...Innovest Strategic Value Advisors have named their fourth annual Global 100 list of the most sustainable large corporations in the world. The companies...are selected according to how effectively they manage environmental, social and governance risks and opportunities, relative to their industry peers... It includes...BT,...Toyota,...Royal Dutch Shell,...Novo Nordisk [part of Novo Group] and...Westpac... For the first time a Chinese company – MTR Corporation...– was included... Thirty-two of last year’s list fell out..., including Google, HSBC, and Scottish and Southern Energy. Meanwhile, new additions included...3i,...Acciona and...Rio Tinto.

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1 January 2008

Global 100 - Most Sustainable Corporations in the World

Author: Innovest Strategic Value Advisors & Corporate Knights

The Global 100 list for 2008:
3I Group, Acciona, Accor, Adidas, Advanced Micro Devices [AMD], Agilent Technologies, Air France-KLM, Alcoa, American International Group [AIG], Atlantia, Atlas Copco AB, Australia And New Zealand Banking Group [ANZ], Babcock & Brown, BASF, Baxter International, British Land, British Sky Broadcasting, BT, Cable & Wireless, Cattles PLC, Centrica, Coca Cola, Credit Agricole, Daikin Industries, Denso, Deutsche Boerse, Deutsche Post, Dexia, Diageo, Eastman Kodak, Electrocomponents, Fabege, Fortum, FPL Group, Fresenius Medical Care, General Electric, Genzyme, H & M [Hennes & Mauritz], Hbos, Hewlett-Packard [HP], Honda, Iberdrola, Inditex, ING, Insurance Australia, Intel, Johnson Matthey, Kesko, Kuraray, Lafarge, Land Securities, Liberty International, L'Oreal, Marks & Spencer, Matsushita, Mayr-Melnhof Karton, Mitchells & Butlers, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, MTR, Neste Oil, Nestle, Nexen, Nike, Nippon Yusen KK [NYK Line], Nokia, Novo Nordisk [part of Novo Group], Novozymes, NSK, NTT Docomo, OMV, Pinnacle West Capital, Reed Elsevier, Ricoh, Rio Tinto, Roche, Royal Bank Of Canada, Royal Bank of Scotland, Royal Dutch Shell, Sainsbury, Saipem, SAP, SCA, Scania, Sekisui Chemical, Serco Group, Smith & Nephew, Societe Generale, State Street, Swiss Reinsurance [Swiss Re], Capita Group, Tietoenator OYJ, Toppan Printing, Toyota, Transcanada, Unilever, United Technologies Corp. [UTC], Vestas Windsystems, Walt Disney, Westpac, Yell Group

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