Annual review of Dow Jones Sustainability Index drops Colgate-Palmolive, Motorola, Hitachi and 33 others

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5 September 2006


Author: Dow Jones Sustainability Indexes

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6 September 2006

DJSI releases SRI index review

Author: Environmental Finance

SAM Group has completed its annual review of the Dow Jones Sustainability Indexes (DJSI). The DJSI World Index, which tracks the most sustainable 10% of the 2,500 biggest companies in the world, saw 46 companies added and 36 removed. Meanwhile, 26 firms were added and 16 dropped from the European benchmark index, the 162-member DJSI STOXX. A further 17 companies have been added and 13 removed from the 112-member DJSI North America. Notable companies that have been cut from the DJSI World include Colgate-Palmolive, Motorola and Hitachi. Alexander Barkawi, managing director of SAM Indexes, said: "Due to the research process that we go through, we can't actually point to specific reasons why a specific company goes in or comes out." But he added: "Most of the deletions fell out because their peers have progressed faster than they did."

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Author: Europa Press

Unión Fenosa ingresó por primera vez en el índice Dow Jones Sustainability Index (DJSI), referente a nivel mundial en materia de sostenibilidad, por su compromiso con el desarrollo sostenible lo que supone un reconocimiento en su política de Responsabilidad Social Corporativa. Las empresas españolas Red Eléctrica Española, Indra, Iberia y Repsol también aparecen en la última revisión del índice, que evalúa a las compañías seleccionadas teniendo en cuenta 22 factores que reflejan su dimensión económica, medioambiental y social.

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