Our work in sustainability and ESG has been widely recognised externally.
Investors seeking companies with good performance in the areas of governance, society, and the environment are especially drawn to Givaudan shares. Leading ESG rating agencies frequently cite Givaudan as a benchmark in their evaluations of the chemical sector. They specifically highlight the development of sustainable products, business ethics, and our comprehensive sustainability reporting.
|Ranking||Givaudan ranking||Last update|
|Sustainalytics||Rated as low risk with a score of 20.0 and a chemicals industry ranking of 23 out of 562||June 2023|
|FTSE4Good||Ranked in the top 2%||2022|
Givaudan has been recognised for its global leadership in climate and water for the fourth consecutive year with a prestigious double A rating from CDP. Givaudan is one of a small number of companies that achieved a double A, out of nearly 15,000 companies scored.
As a double A list company, we are leaders in corporate transparency and action on climate change and water security.
CDP's annual environmental disclosure and scoring process is widely recognised as the gold standard of corporate environmental transparency. A CDP A rating is awarded to companies who are going beyond awareness and management to showing environmental leadership and demonstrating best practice in strategy and action.
This latest independent, external recognition of Givaudan’s performance underlines its bold purpose and sustainability ambitions, including its commitment to becoming climate positive before 2050 and its continued commitment to water stewardship.
Givaudan has been ranked in the top 3% of the EcoVadis Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) assessment 2022, achieving the EcoVadis Gold medal. Givaudan has been recognised in EcoVadis’ top performing categories for the past 8 years.
The EcoVadis assessment evaluates how well a company has integrated the principles of CSR into its business and management systems. It examines categories including environment, labour and human rights, ethics and sustainable procurement and assesses the performance of companies across multiple sectors.
The assessment highlighted Givaudan’s particular strengths in the categories of labour and human rights, and sustainable procurement, with scores in the top 3% out of 75,000 businesses.
Givaudan was rated as ‘low-risk’ in 2023 with a score of 20.0 and a chemicals industry ranking 32 out of 562.
Sustainalytics is the leading independent global provider of ESG and corporate governance research and ratings to investors.
In 2022, Givaudan was rated as a leader in managing ESG related risk and in capitalising ESG related opportunities in its industry. Givaudan was recognised with an overall AAA rating by MSCI for the sixth time in a row.
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MSCI ESG Ratings aim to measure a company’s resilience to long-term ESG risks. Companies are scored on an industry relative AAA-CCC scale across the most relevant key issues based on a company’s business model.
Following an independent review in 2022, Givaudan has been included for the seventh consecutive year in the globally recognised FTSE4Good Index Series. The inclusion recognises realised achievements as well as ambitious purpose and sustainability commitments. Givaudan ranked in the top 2% of performers among its peer group in the FTSE4Good Index Series.
Being included in the FTSE4Good Index Series shows that we have delivered strong performance in five areas that are critical to promoting sustainability. We must show that we are working towards environmental sustainability; developing positive relationships with stakeholders; upholding and supporting universal human rights; ensuring labour standards and working against bribery.