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Trucost provides company specific carbon and environmental data to assist Highwater Global Fund with their unique environmental and social research process.

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The partnership between Trucost and CDP enables current and future members of CDP Supply Chain to use Trucost's environmental data to identify their most carbon intensive suppliers.

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Trucost provides the data and expertise behind the environmental impact portion of the Newsweek Green Rankings - an evaluation of the environmental performance of the world's largest companies through an assessment of their impacts, policies and procedures, and reputation.

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Trucost News / 21 Oct 2010 Emerging markets present unique opportunity for carbon conscious portfolio managers

Findings from a study by Trucost reveal that emerging markets portfolios are up to...

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Publication / 21 Oct 2010 Carbon Risks and Opportunities in Emerging Markets

Trucost study on the exposure of different regional equity strategies to carbon costs.

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Trucost News / 21 Oct 2010 Emerging markets present unique opportunity for carbon conscious portfolio managers

Findings from a study by Trucost reveal that emerging markets portfolios are up to...

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UK Government has strengthened the Carbon Reduction Commitment, significantly increasing returns to companies implementing energy efficiency measures, and helping the government meet emission reduction targets.

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The 2010 Green Rankings reveal how greenhouse gas emissions and water use contribute an average of 70% of the total environmental impact of companies.

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Trucost News / 18 Oct 2010 Newsweek launches Green Rankings 2010

Newsweek's 2010 Green Rankings uses Trucost's environmental performance data for its data-driven assessment of...

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US and global companies are driving environmental innovation and efficiency changes, rather than waiting for Government to act.

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A Trucost study for PRI and UNEP found that the environmental damage caused by some of the world's largest companies costs the global economy more than $2 trillion worldwide.

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Trucost News / 05 Oct 2010 Putting a price on global environmental damage

Global environmental damage caused by human activity in 2008 represented a monetary value of...

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