BMW jumps on "most sustainable automaker in the world" title

Time for a new "green" award for BMW: SAM Group announced that the Bavarian marque got its fourth-in-a-row Dow Jones Sustainability Indexes (DJSI) award. According to BMW, this new award certifies that they're the most sustainable automaker in the world. How did DJSI make the selection? According to their website, they analyzed "corporate economic, environmental and social performance, assessing issues such as corporate governance, risk management, branding, climate change mitigation, supply chain standards and labor practices."

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]

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