BMW jumps on "most sustainable automaker in the world" title
If you want the complete list of the winners into the 19 categories, here you go: adidas (Personal & Household Goods), Air France-KLM (Travel & Leisure), ANZ Banking Group (Banks), BASF (Chemicals), BMW (Automobiles), BT Group (Telecommunications), ENI (Oil & Gas), Grupo Iberdrola (Utilities), Holcim (Construction & Materials), Intel (Technology), Investimentos Itau (Financial Services), Kingfisher (Retail), Land Securities (Real Estate), Novartis (Health Care), Pearson (Media), Swiss Re (Insurance), TNT (Industrial Goods & Services), Unilever (Food & Beverage), and Xstrata (Basic Resources).
[Source: BMW, DJSI]
- Cars that are the most likely to be in accidents
- Why you should consider a certified used car
- Find and compare 2017 Models