H&M is ranked number 64 on the Global 100 annual list of the most sustainable companies in the world.
Stockholm, Sweden, 2014-1-23 — /EPR Retail News/ — Yesterday the 2014 iteration of the Global 100 Most Sustainable Corporations in the World (Global 100) index was released. H&M is included in the list for the fifth consecutive year and climbed to rank 64 overall (up from 73 in 2013). H&M is the highest ranking retailing company and together with Adidas (8) the only fashion company representing the list.
The Global 100 Methodology
Qualifying Global 100 companies are scored on a list of twelve quantitative key performance indicators that range from energy and water use, to employee compensation and corporate tax strategy.
Because the indicators are quantitative and clearly-defined, the results of the Global 100 are objective and replicable. The Global 100 follows a rules-based construction methodology and is more similar to a financial index than many other sustainability indices.
Read more about the Global 100 index