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Pepsi top of the pops, Coke canned in DJSI review

Author: Jess McCabe, Environmental Finance, Published on: 7 September 2011

Coca-Cola has been kicked off the Dow Jones Sustainability World Index...41 firms were added to the DJSI World and 23 deleted...Société Générale is among the largest additions...along with...Schneider Electric and...Medtronic... SAM...also named 19 ‘supersector’ leaders...PepsiCo led the food and drink pack...On the environmental metrics, PepsiCo received 100 out of 100 for packaging, raw materials sourcing and environmental policy/management systems. It received more than 75 points out of 100 on water risk. Itaúsa Investimentos Itaú was named financial services sector leader....Westpac Banking Corp was named sector-leader for banks, while Swiss Re is sector-leader for insurance...Enagás...won out as the top of the utilities ‘supersector’. [HP also deleted]

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Related companies: Air France KLM Alcatel-Lucent (part of Nokia) Banco Itau BMW Coca-Cola DSM EMC EnCana HP (Hewlett-Packard) Hyundai Corporation (part of Hyundai Group) Hyundai Group Korea Telecom (KT) Lotte Shopping Medtronic Microsoft NTT Docomo Pearson PepsiCo Philips (Royal Philips Electronics) Repsol YPF Roche Samsung Schneider Electric Société Générale Sprint Stockland Swiss Re Westpac Xerox Xstrata (part of Glencore)