The DJSI is the most widely recognised sustainability rating/ranking. It compares Australian and internationally listed companies on a range of metrics that are based on RobecoSAM’s well-recognised Corporate Sustainability Assessment methodology.
Transurban Head of Sustainability Matthew Brennan said Transurban has been working towards a strong sustainability commitment, establishing policies and principles to manage the businesses in ways that support and increase sustainability of the global environment.
“I am very proud that we have not only retained our listing but climbed in the World Leadership DJSI Index.
“Coming sixth in the same category last year just goes to show how much we have achieved in a small period of time and demonstrates the importance the company is placing on sustainability long term,” Mr Brennan said.
Transurban achieved an overall 81 out of 100 point score, and ranked particularly highly in Social Reporting (95 points), Stakeholder Engagement (95 points) and Climate Strategy (92 points).
Britain’s Royal Mail PLC were ranked first in the Transport and Infrastructure category.
For more information about Transurban’s sustainability initiatives visit our sustainability pages.