Investors

Controversial Percent (Investors)
Shows share of companies linked to issues in investors portfolio. The Controversial Risk is calculated solely on the basis of the number controversial investments (ISIN/Stock) identified in the investors portfolio. The score is dynamic to the current number of issues in database and the latest investor portfolio screened.
Interval is 0-100%.
Equation: ({Number of Investments } / {Total Stock screened})

Controversial Issue Average (Investors)
Shows the average issue per stock among controversial investments. The Average Controversial Risk Average is calculated on the basis of the total number of controversial issues identified (ISIN/Stock) in the investors portfolio. The score is dynamic to the current number of issues in database and the latest investor portfolio screened.
Interval is 0-100%
Equation: ({Total number of issue related to investments})/({Number of Investments }*All Controversial Issues))

Controversial Portfolio Risk (Investors)
Shows the risk of controversial issue in investors total stock portfolio. The Controversial Risk Factor score is calculated on the basis of the total number of controversial issues relative to the number of all investments in the investors total portfolio. The score is dynamic to the current number of issues in database and the latest investorportfolio screened.
Interval: 0-1
Equation: {Total number of issue related to investments}/{Total Stock screened}

 

Companies

Controversial Percent (Companies)
Shows the percent of issue(s) in a company relative to all issues. The Controversial Percent is calculated on the basis of the number controversial issue relative all controversial issues in the database. The score is dynamic to the current number of issues in database.
Interval score is 0-100%.
Equation: ((Number of controversial issues in company/total number of controversial issues)*100)

Investor Percent (Companies)
Shows the percent of investor(s) in a company relative to all investors.The Investor Percent is calculated solely on the basis of the number investors as shareholders in the company relative all investors in the database. The percent is dynamic to the current number of investors in database.
Interval score is 0-100%.
Equation: ((Number of investors in company/total number of investors)*100)

Controversial Impact (Companies)
Shows controversial impact based on number og issues and number of investors. The Controversial Rating shows the controversial level in terms of number of issues and number of investors. The more investors and the more issues, the higher the controversial rating. 0-100. The Rating is always calculated on bias of the company(ies) with most controversial issues linked to it. The rating is dynamic to the current number of issues and to the current number of investors in database.
Interval Rating is 0-100.
Equation: ((Number of controversial issues in company/Actual highest number of controversial issues)*(Number of investors in the company/total number of investors)*100)

Consensus ESG Rank (Companies)
ESG ranking is based in data from CSRHUB. CSRHUB offers consensus rating on Environment, Social & Governance (ESG) issues bases on global ratings from fx Institutional Shareholder Services (ISS), MSCI (ESG Intangible Value Assessment, ESG Impact Monitor, and ESG Carbon Metrics), Trucost, Arabesque (S-Ray), IdealRating and Vigeo EIRIS.
Percentile Interval 0-100%

Science Based Targets (Companies)
Science-based targets provide a clearly-defined pathway for companies to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, helping prevent the worst impacts of climate change and future-proof business growth.

Climate Lobbying (Companies)
InfluenceMap maintains the world’s leading database of corporate and industry association lobbying of climate policy around the globe, covering almost 750 companies and industry groups globally.
The engagement intensity is a metric of the extent to which the company is engaging on climate change policy matters, whether positively or negatively. It is a number from 0 (no engagement at all) to 100 (full engagement on all queries/data points. (A 35 score indicates a relatively large amount of climate policy engagement).

For each corporation, the organizational score and the relationship score are combined to compute an overall rating, placing the corporation in a performance band. There are 20 performance bands from A+ (representing a total score from 95-100%) through to E- (a score of 25-30%), with scores below 25% falling in the red “F” band. A score of 60% or more indicates that the corporation is actively supporting policies and regulations towards a low-carbon future.

Human Rights Indicator
Measuring global companies on their human rights performance. Score is set to 0-26 by Corporate Human Rights Benchmark research where 13 is average.

UN Global Compact
Based on latest “participant list” (active companies) by UN Global Compact.

Climate 100 + Progress
Climate Action 100+ tracks the progress of focus companies against a number of key indicators through regular progress reporting and benchmarking. Annual progress reports also provide key information about the evolution and operation of Climate Action 100+.