BCI Retailer and Brand members’ the adidas Group, Marks and Spencer and H&M all featured in the the ‘Global 100 Most Sustainable Corporations in the World (Global 100 Index),’ announced during the World Economic Forum in Davos. The Global 100 Index is an extensive data-driven corporate sustainability assessments and is based on quantitative sustainability indicators covering economic, environmental as well as social aspects. The Global 100 Index has been recognised as a leader in transparency and industry best practices for sustainability rankings.
With the adidas Group ranking third among the world’s leading companies, Herbert Hainer, adidas Group CEO commented: “We are absolutely excited about the recognition our sustainability efforts are receiving. The nomination as one of the world’s most sustainable companies underlines the great work our teams have been doing over the last years and the positive impact we have made. Through our work, we will continue to push boundaries as we strive to lead the way towards a sustainable future for our company and the entire industry,”
The World Economic Forum’s ‘Scaling Sustainable Consumption’ initiative is an ongoing project committed to the examining how to provide sustainable options for the consumers of the future, and includes the annual announcement of the Global 100 Index at the Forum’s meeting in Davos. The initiative explores challenges and solutions for leaders to define their sustainability strategies through the lens of:
– “Consumer engagement (demand)”
– “Value chains and upstream action (supply)”
– “Policies and an enabling environment to accelerate change (rules of the game)”
Read more about the ‘Scaling Sustainable Consumption’ initiative here.