Calvert’s 100 most sustainable US firms

Calvert Research and Management has published its 100 Most Sustainable US Companies.

The annual list evaluates around 1000 companies on over 230 ESG metrics and ranks them according to their progress against sustainability categories that align to financial materiality. The list has been published in Barron’s. Each company is rated in five key stakeholder categories: shareholders, employees, customers, community and planet using Calvert’s proprietary analysis and scoring methodology.

Von Hughes, Managing Director and Head of Calvert, said, “We are proud to announce this year’s list which recognizes companies that are successfully addressing the sustainability considerations material to improving long-term shareholder value. Calvert has an innovative research system, with an intense focus on financial materiality, depth of coverage, and comprehensive, proprietary data analysis. The system effectively identifies high-performing companies that can be catalysts for positive change, and, in doing so, is the foundation of our leadership in providing responsible investing solutions for our clients.”

The top ten US companies in descending order are:

Clorox Company
CBRE Group
Agilent Technologies
Owens Corning
Jones Lang LaSalle
Tetra Tech
Constellation Energy
Procter & Gamble