Innovest & Corporate Knights name global 100 most sustainable companies

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2 February 2006

How to Determine the Top 100 Sustainable Companies in the World

Innovest Strategic Value Advisors and Corporate Knights announce the Global 100 Most Sustainable Companies at the World Economic Forum, documenting financial outpeformance... Distinguishing this year's list from last year's inaugural compilation is the accompaniment of a study back testing a portfolio evenly weighted with this year's 100 companies over the past five years. The back test shows 7.11 percent outperformance compared to the MSCI World Index. [companies on the list include ABB, Coca-Cola, General Electric, Johnson & Johnson, Nike; also refers to companies dropped from the list, including Bristol Myers Squibb, PepsiCo, Shell, Weyerhaeuser, Xerox]

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1 January 2006

Global 100 Most Sustainable Companies in the World - The 2006 List

Author: Corporate Knights & Innovest Strategic Value Advisors

[List: ABB, ABN Amro, Adidas Salomon, Aeon, Agilent Technologies, Alcan, Alcoa, Alliance Unichem, ARCELOR, Atlas Copco, Aviva, BAA (British Airports Authority), Bank Of America., BASF, Baxter International, Boots, BP, British Airways, British Land, British Sky Broadcasting, BT Group, Cadbury Schweppes, Canon, Centrica, Coca Cola, Danone, Denso, Deutsche Telekom, Dexia, Diageo, Eastman Kodak, Enbridge, Ericsson, FPL Group, Fresenius Medical Care, Gamesa. Technologica, General Electric, Glaxosmithkline, GUS, H&M (Hennes & Mauritz), HBOS, Henkel, Hewlett-Packard (HP), Holmen (part of L E Lundbergforetagen), Iberdrola, ING, Insurance Australia, Intel, Johnson & Johnson, Kesko, Kuraray, Lafarge, Land Securities, Marks & Spencer, Masco, Matsushita, Mayr-Melnhof Karton, Mitchells & Butlers, Nike, Nikko Cordial, Nokia, Novartis, Novo Nordisk (part of Novo Group), Novozymes, NSK, NTT Docomo, Pearson, Pinnacle West Capital, Reed Elsevier, Ricoh, Royal Bank Of Canada, Royal Philips Electronics, SABMiller, SAP, SCA, Schlumberger, Scottish & Southern Energy, Severn Trent, Skanska, Slough Estates, Smith & Nephew, Smiths Group, STMicroelectronics, Stora Enso, Storebrand, Sun Life Financial, Swiss Re, Taylor Woodrow, Tomra Systems, Toyota, Transalta, Unilever, UPS, United Technologies, Vestas Windsystems, Vodafone, Volvo, Westpac Banking, Whitbread, Yell Group]

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