26 MARCH 2012
Adidas, Nestlé and Air France-KLM were among 39 companies in a survey of 1,078 companies that received top marks for reporting on social or environmental risks in 2011. More than a third of the companies in the annual evaluation by Norges Bank Investment Management (NBIM), manager of the Norwegian Government Pension Fund Global, scored zero.
16 NOVEMBER 2011
Scarce water resources may, like climate change, harm companies' operations and profitability. Yet efforts to manage water-related risks are lagging behind the steps taken to tackle climate change, according to the CDP Water Disclosure global report 2011, published today.
20 OCTOBER 2011
Norges Bank Investment Management (NBIM), manager of the Government Pension Fund Global, is one of 285 signatories of the 2011 Global Investor Statement on Climate Change.
24 AUGUST 2011
Limited access to clean water is a growing risk for an increasing number of the companies the Government Pension Fund Global invests in. The United Nations forecasts that almost half the world’s population will live in areas facing water stress or water scarcity by 2030. Global demand for water is expected to outstrip supply by 40 percent within the same time, according to McKinsey.
10 JUNE 2011
Walt Disney, Ericsson and Hennes & Mauritz were among 9 out of 527 companies to get top marks for managing and reporting on the risks of child labour use and children’s rights violations in their operations and supply chains. Nearly half of the companies in the annual evaluation by NBIM, manager of the Norwegian Government Pension Fund Global, scored zero.