Sustainability indices are compound indices for listed companies that bring together the best companies for sustainability and CSR performance.
Eni has reaffirmed its position as a leader in the fight against climate change, once again achieving a score of A- for 2018 in the Carbon Disclosure Project's (CDP) independent assessment of more than 7000 companies trading publicly, including over 300 in the oil and gas sector.
CDP, a non-profit organization, is the main reference for financial markets when evaluating strategies and performance related to climate change. It works on behalt of over 650 international investors with a total capital of more than $ 87 trillion.
Since the very start of the project in 2003, Eni has participated in the assessment by compiling the CDP Climate Change questionnaire, and has always distinguished itself for its openness in matters of climate change.
Eni shares confirmed for the thirteenth consecutive year in the six-monthly review of December 2019.
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The specialised index includes only companies the meet specific economic, environmental and social requirements based on over 300 indicators drawn from publicly available sources and assessed by FTSE ESG proprietary methodology.