Holding companies to account
In 2015, the UN published the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
They are comprised of 17 individual targets spanning a wide range of topics from poverty and inequality to climate change and biodiversity.
The Responsibility100 Index, developed by Tortoise Intelligence, has been established to examine how much each of the FTSE 100 companies are doing to ensure a safe, fair and sustainable world.
Based on minor changes to our methodology and further consultation with companies on their data, we have updated the ranking of the Responsibility 100 Index. The latest rankings below are updated as of June 30th, 2020.
For more information see our methodology report.
It is possible to sort the results by a company’s ‘Talk’ score – the extent of their commitment – or their ‘Walk’ score – the extent of their actions. The ‘Gap’ measures the distance between these two scores. The rankings are as follow:
Using the R100 index, we can track and assess companies’ strengths and weaknesses in contributing towards a more sustainable future.
Our quarterly insights report offers more insights into the rankings and movements, as well as deep-dives into each of our pillars: Poverty & wellbeing. Equality. Climate. Education & Skills. Partnership. Justice. Good Business.
Our March 2020 report:
Read the findings of our latest quarterly update here.
The Responsibility100 Index uses data from a range of sources; including non-governmental organisation research, annual and sustainability reporting, web-based searching and information from regulatory bodies.
The indicators that comprise the Index have been selected with the aims of:
- Reflecting publicly-available information rather than proprietary sources
- Speaking to the 2030 Sustainable Development Agenda and the various targets that it sets
- Providing a comprehensive portrait of each company according to the available data in order to establish comparability
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