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Water Company Disclosure is Murky, Investors Must Press for Major Improvements In Investor- and Publicly-Owned Utilities' Reporting

Author: Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility (ICCR) [USA], Published on: 22 July 2009

… most investor-owned water utilities have a long way to go in order to provide adequate environmental, social and governance (ESG) disclosure to investors, according to a major new study from the Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility (ICCR)…The new report, “Liquid Assets: Responsible Investment in Water Services,” scores 12 public and private utilities on 21 key disclosure issues…The two lowest disclosure scores went to investor-owned utilities in the U.S…[analyzes reporting for Manila water, Southern Water, Thames Water, American Water, Indiana America Water, Suez Environment, Agbar, United Water, Veolia Environment, Veolia Water North America]

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Related companies: American Water Ayala Grupo Agbar Manila Water (joint venture Ayala, Mitsubishi Corp. & United Utilities) Mitsubishi Group RWE Southern Water Suez Environnement Thames Water (part of RWE) United Utilities United Water (part of Suez Environnement) Veolia (formerly Vivendi Environnement)