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The Global 100 - Role models in sustainable business practices

Author: Innovest Strategic Value Advisors, Published on: 1 January 2007

The companies below are deemed to have the best developed abilities, relative to their industry peers, to manage environmental, social and governance risks, and to take advantage of new business opportunities in this area. [Global 100: ABN Amro, Accor, Adecco, Adidas Salomon, Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) , Agilent, Air France-KLM, Alcan, Alcoa, American International Group (AIG), Atlas Copco, BASF, Baxter, Benesse, British Airways, British Land, British Sky Broadcasting, BT Group, Cable & Wireless, Centrica, Coca Cola, Daikin Industries, Daiwa Securities, Denso, Dexia, Diageo, East Japan Railway, Eastman Kodak, Electrocomponents, Enbridge, FPL Group, Fresenius Medical Care, Gamesa, General Electric, Genzyme, Goldman Sachs, Google, Groupe Danone, Grupo Ferrovial, HBOS, Henkel, Hewlett-Packard (HP) , Holmen, HSBC, Iberdrola, Inditex, Indra Sistemas, ING, Insurance Australia Group, Intel, Investa Property Group, Johnson Matthey, JP Morgan Chase, Kesko, Kingfisher, Kuraray, Lafarge, Land Securities, Marks & Spencer, Mayr-Melnhof Karton, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Neste Oil, Nike, Nippon Yusen (NYK Line), Nokia, Nomura, Novo Nordisk, Novozymes, NTT Docomo, PagesJaunes, Pearson , Philips, Pinnacle West Capital, Ricoh, Roche, Royal Bank Of Canada, Royal Dutch Shell, Sainsbury, SAP, SCA, Scania, Schlumberger, Scottish & Southern Energy, Severn Trent, Smith & Nephew, Storebrand, Sun Life Financial, Swiss Re, Toppan Printing, Toyota, Transcanada, Unibail, Unilever, United Technologies, Vestas Windsystems, Walt Disney, Westpac Banking, Whitbread, George Wimpey, Yell Group]

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Related companies: ABN Amro Accor Adecco Group adidas Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) Agilent Technologies Air France KLM Alcan (now Rio Tinto Alcan) Alcoa American International Group (AIG) Atlas Copco BASF Baxter International British Airways British Land British Sky Broadcasting (BSkyB) BT Cable and Wireless Centrica Coca-Cola Daikin Daiwa Securities Danone Denso Dexia Diageo East Japan Railway Eastman Kodak Enbridge Ferrovial FPL Group Fresenius Medical Care Gamesa General Electric (GE) Genzyme George Wimpey Goldman Sachs Google (part of Alphabet) HBOS (part of Lloyds) Henkel Holmen HP (Hewlett-Packard) HSBC Iberdrola Inditex Indra ING Insurance Australia Group Intel Investa Property Group Johnson Matthey JPMorgan Chase Kesko Kingfisher Kuraray Lafarge (part of LafargeHolcim) Land Securities Marks & Spencer McDonald's Mitsubishi Group Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI) Morgan Stanley Neste Oil Nike Nintendo Nippon Yusen KK (NYK Line) Nokia Nomura Novo Group Novo Nordisk (part of Novo Group) Novozymes NTT Docomo Pearson Petrobras PetroChina (part of China National Petroleum Corporation) Philips (Royal Philips Electronics) Pinnacle West Capital Punto de Salud Ricoh Roche Royal Bank of Canada Royal Dutch Shell (Shell) Sainsbury's SAP SCA Scania Schlumberger Scottish and Southern Energy Severn Trent Smith & Nephew Sony State Street Storebrand Sun Life Financial Swiss Re TC Energy (formerly Transcanada) Toppan Printing Toyota Unibail Unilever United Technologies Vestas Wind Systems Walt Disney Westpac Whitbread Yell Group