Minimizes Pollution

Americans believe that minimizing pollution is an important component of JUSTness. Below are JUST Capital's metrics for Does the company work to reduce environmental pollution? According to our 2015 Survey, Americans said that environmental accidents (94%) and emissions (87%) were important in measuring JUST environmental impact.

METRICS

Environmental Impact

Description: Total Direct Environmental Damage Costs relative to turnover.  The Direct Environmental Damage Costs are those incurred when a company emits pollutants or uses natural resources as part of its own activities. The ten most significant impacts are listed below. Carbon Dioxide To Air (Tonnes), River Abstraction (Cubic Meters), Nuclear Waste To Land (Tonnes), Groundwater Abstraction (Cubic Meters), Methane To Air (Tonnes), Sulphur Dioxide To Air (Tonnes), Nitrogen Oxide To Air (Tonnes), Dinitrogen Oxide (Nitrous Oxide) To Air (Tonnes), Barium To Land (Tonnes), Particulates To Air (Tonnes).

Data Source(s): Trucost
Metric Type: Performance
Geography: Global
Unit of Measurement: Ratio

Supply Chain Environmental Impact

Description: Total Supply Chain Environmental Damage Costs relative to turnover.  The Supply Chain Environmental Damage Costs are those incurred when a company emits pollutants or uses natural resources as part of the goods and services it purchases. The ten most significant impacts are listed below. Carbon Dioxide To Air (Tonnes), River Abstraction (Cubic Meters), Nuclear Waste To Land (Tonnes), Groundwater Abstraction (Cubic Meters), Methane To Air (Tonnes), Sulphur Dioxide To Air (Tonnes), Nitrogen Oxide To Air (Tonnes), Dinitrogen Oxide (Nitrous Oxide) To Air (Tonnes), Barium To Land (Tonnes), Particulates To Air (Tonnes).

Data Source(s): Trucost
Metric Type: Performance
Geography: Global
Unit of Measurement: Ratio

Number of Accidents

Description: Number of spills of hazardous materials reported by the company in its latest annual disclosure.

Data Source(s): Bloomberg
Metric Type: Performance
Geography: Global
Unit of Measurement: Number