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Which Firms Are Built To Last?

November 30, -0001

Is your company built for the long-haul?

Two firms—Innovest Strategic Value Advisors and Corporate Knights—have tracked which companies are doing the best in major sustainability-related areas, such as human capital, environmental risks and governance.

The list, which is published in Forbes, includes AAA-rated corporations that can be considered models of sustainability. The list is not ranked and companies on it are picked to cover a broad range of industries, according to the report in Forbes.

Which companies that make, supply or sell household and personal care products made the list? They are: Amazon.com, BASF, L’Oréal, Novozymes A/S, Procter & Gamble, Saint Gobain and Unilever.

More info: www.innovestgroup.com
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