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Johnson & Johnson Vinci 18 11 Telefonica 20 Vodafone Group Corporations and Influencers InfluenceMap Scoring Tables: Information TechnologyNorth America Sector 18 49 Information TechnologyNorth America 21 Engagement Intensity Orange C B- C+ C C B- B- B B- Cisco Systems ABB Europe Europe Europe Telecommunications Telecommunications North America Europe Europe Region Information TechnologyNorth America Commercial Services 11 30 21 16 34 13 InfluenceMap Performance Band Unilever Google 1 Organization Healthcare Healthcare Industrials Utilities 25 19 Telecommunications Here are our ranking tables ofcorporations and influencers (trade associations etc.) on their influence on climate change policy. Progressive organizations supporting climate policy are at the top of the table with obstructive ones at the bottom in the F band. The names of the companies and influencers are hyperlinked back to our site.
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Johnson & Johnson
Vinci
18
11
Telefonica
20
Vodafone Group
Corporations and Influencers
InfluenceMap Scoring Tables:
Information Technology North America
Sector
18
49
Information Technology North America
21
Engagement Intensity
Orange
C
B-
C+
C
C
B-
B-
B
B-
Cisco Systems
ABB
Europe
Europe
Europe
Telecommunications
Telecommunications
North America
Europe
Europe
Region
Information Technology North America
Commercial Services
11
30
21
16
34
13
InfluenceMap Performance Band
Unilever
Google
1
Organization
Healthcare
Healthcare
Industrials
Utilities
25
19
Telecommunications
Here are our ranking tables ofcorporations and influencers (trade associations etc.) on their influence on climate change policy. Progressive organizations supporting climate policy are at the top of the table with obstructive ones at the bottom in the F band. The names of the companies and influencers are hyperlinked back to our site. The full interactive version is availablehereth 14 September 2015Corporations
C+
C+
B
B
Consumer Staples
Apple
Nestle
Consumer Staples
Europe
Europe
Telecommunications
National Grid
Deutsche Telekom
GlaxoSmithKline
C+
Europe
Europe
Europe
North America
North America
Information Technology
Automotive
Healthcare
Express Scripts Holding
Nippon Telegraph & Telephone
InfluenceMapPerformance Band
PepsiCo
Walt Disney
Europe
North America
Europe
Iberdrola
Anheuser Busch InBev
Utilities
Honda Motor
Coca Cola
Organization
Consumer Staples
4
12
9
14
Engagement Intensity
18
17
20
C-
C-
C-
15
6
42
14
18
C
C
C
Amgen
21
7
C-
C-
C-
C-
C-
C-
C-
C
Novartis
Walmart Stores
C-
D+
C-
C-
C-
Europe
L'Oreal
C
C
C
Consumer Staples
Information Technology Asia
Asia
Asia
Samsung Electronics
Telecommunications
Deutsche Post
Microsoft
Siemens
8
Industrials
5
9
17
United Technologies
14
7
56
8
4
10
Mondelez International
Softbank
Qualcomm
Philip Morris International
EDF
North America
North America
2
D+
Oracle
D+
Hewlett Packard
Healthcare
Healthcare
Retailing
North America
North America
Consumer Staples
Information Technology
Utilities
Sector
Consumer Staples
Information Technology
Airlines and Logistics
Telecommunications
Consumer Staples
Industrials
Europe
North America
Region
North America
Information Technology
Media
North America
Europe
North America
Asia
North America
Consumer Staples
Europe
North America
Europe
Honeywell International
North America
Europe
North America
Europe
Pfizer
D+
D+
3
Hitachi
Oceania
Europe
Europe
Sanofi
Toyota Motor
General Motors
Airbus Group
Volkswagen
Europe
Asia
General Electric
Asia
British American Tobacco
Chemicals
Telecommunications
Automotive
Industrials
Airlines and Logistics
Materials
Energy
6
Industrials
Industrials
Energy
Consumer Staples
D+
Moller Maersk Group
InfluenceMapPerformance Band
Organization
D+
Enel
D+
D+
D+
E.ON
Suncor Energy
BHP Billiton
Verizon Communications
North America
21
16
10
28
North America
North America
Information Technology
Automotive
Automotive
22
18
23
Europe
Healthcare
North America
34
20
30
Retailing
Energy
Sector
Industrials
Airlines and Logistics
Utilities
Europe
North America
Utilities
United Parcel Service
DuPont
Nissan
BMW Group
Automotive
Europe
Asia
Region
D+
D
D
D
20
9
10
9
36
Engagement Intensity
48
Europe
Europe
North America
North America
North America
Automotive
Healthcare
ENI
D
D
D
D-
24
7
12
Royal Dutch Shell
Walgreens Boots Alliance
D
D
D
IBM
45
21
16
11
D-
D-
D
D
D
D
Industrials
Healthcare
North America
Europe
Sector
Roche Group
Automotive
North America
North America
Organization
North America
Asia
North America
Telecommunications
Healthcare
Healthcare
Materials
10
Hutchison Whampoa
Mitsubishi Corporation
5
12
8
19
16
Automotive
Airlines and Logistics
28
9
9
Healthcare
Information Technology
Retailing
13
8
19
10
CVS Health
40
Automotive
E+
E+
E+
E
Cargill
E
E
E
D-
D-
D-
InfluenceMapPerformance Band
D-
E+
E+
E+
E+
E
E
E+
E+
Home Depot
Daimler
Delta Air Lines
D-
D-
E+
Engagement Intensity
Time Warner
Total
Telecommunications
9
North America
4
Retailing
Asia
North America
Europe
Europe
North America
North America
North America
North America
Europe
Asia
16
35
27
12
28
12
13
Chemicals
7
Chemicals
Commercial Services
Europe
North America
Europe
North America
Intel
Boeing
E+
Ford Motor
Telecommunications
Bayer
E+
Merck
Energy
Media
BASF
4
Lukoil
Materials
Region
Energy
North America
Europe
Rio Tinto Group
Schlumberger
Dow Chemical
UnitedHealth Group
AT&T
America Movil
Energy
Hyundai Motor
Occidental Petroleum
Organization
InfluenceMapPerformance Band
BP
Exxon Mobil
Utilities
Energy
F
Duke Energy
Energy
F
Energy
Media
Sector
Comcast
Berkshire Hathaway
North America
Asia
Reliance Industries
F
Koch Industries
North America
Europe
Region
North America
North America
Media
Energy
Industrials
Industrials
Energy
Commercial Services
Consumer Staples
North America
North America
Engagement Intensity
32
North America
19
North America
Asia
North America
North America
North America
Information Technology Asia
21st Century Fox
Mitsui & Co
5
Chevron
10
Energy
35
28
Phillips 66
F
E-
E-
Procter & Gamble
14
7
15
15
Energy
E-
E-
E-
E-
E
E
E
E
E-
Caterpillar
17
9
37
38
10
Hon Hai Precision Industry
7
D+
International Chamber of Commerce (ICC)
Utilities
Europe
Business Roundtable
Sector
Europe
All Sectors
Automotive
Europe
Asia
US Chamber of Commerce
6
North America
Europe
Europe
International Council of Chemical Associations (ICCA)
South America
European Automobile Manufacturers Association (ACEA)
Europe
Organization
E
Influencers InfluenceMap Performance Band
C-
C-
C-
Chemicals
Europe
Europe
Region
Asia
16
Engagement Intensity
Asia
North America
Europe
19
19
43
21
All Sectors
31
19
7
Chemicals
35
All Sectors
All Sectors
18
20
Chemicals
Automotive
C-
D-
D-
D-
D
D
22
All Sectors
Chemicals
Federation of Korean Industries (FKI)
German Automotive Association (VDA)
Confederation of Indian Industry (CII)
Eurelectric
D-
D-
Business Europe
National Confederation of Industry Brazil (CNI) International Federation of Industrial EnergyConsumers (IFIEC)German Industrial Federation (BDI)
Japan Chemical Industry Association (JCIA)
European Roundtable of Industrialists (ERT)
The Business Council of Australia
E
E+
D-
D-
E+
E-
E
E
E-
Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers
Confederation of British Industry (CBI)
All Sectors
North America
Europe
Asia
Oceania
All Sectors
North America
42
30
American ChemistryCouncil (ACC)
Japan Business Federation (Keidanren)
27
28
26
All Sectors
Chemicals
All Sectors
32
25
39
39
Automotive
All Sectors
Europe
Europe
German Chemical IndustryAssociation (VCI)
European Chemical Industry Council (CEFIC)
36
Chemicals
Chemicals
All Sectors
InfluenceMap Performance Band
E-
F
F
F
F
F
Organization
Federation of French Industry (MEDEF)
National Association of Manufacturers (NAM)
International Air Transport Association (IATA)
Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers
American Petroleum Institute (API)
American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC)
Engagement Intensity
7
39
45
25
28
34
40
Sector
All Sectors
All Sectors
Airlines and Logistics
Energy
All Sectors
Region
Europe
North America
North America
Global
North America
North America
Notes on Our Scoring The Organization Scores To measure and score corporate influence on climate change policy, we have developed a comprehensive process of examining a series of publicly available and reliable data sources (e.g. legislative consultations, respected press, CDP responses) and querying them, for each corporation, against a set of climate change policy and legislation related queries (e.g. position on a carbon tax, energy efficiency standards). We score each data source/query intersection (or cell) on a 5point scale, with clearly consistent evidence and guidelines for our scorers. There are 96 such scoring cells at present and the Organizational Score for each corporation is computed over these, by our proprietary algorithm that accounts for weightings and irrelevant data sources/queries. The Organizational Score is expressed as a % with 100% representing very supportive influence on climate policy. We note here that a corporation and an influencer (e.g. a trade body, chamber of commerce, advocacy group) are scored in exactly the same way to arrive at their respective Organizational Score. The Relationship Scores A corporation, as well as its Organizational Score will have a Relationship Score. It is computed by aggregating the Organizational Scores of the Influencers (trade bodies etc.) it has relationships with, weighted by both the strength of these relationships and the relative importance of the Influencers towards climate change policy. A corporation will have a number of relationships with Influencers mapped in our database. In turn these Influencers will themselves have organizational scores as computed by exactly the same method as was done for the corporations. Such relationships vary in nature and strength and we account for this in our assessment by assigning Relationship Strengths. For example a trade association may have 2000 member corporations with 10 of them on its executive committee. The 10 Executive Committee members would have strength of 8 compared to 3 for the regular members, for example. The Performance Bands For Corporations, the Organizational Scores and Relationship Scores are combined to result in an Overall Rating that places the Corporation in a Performance Band. There are 20 performance bands from A+ (representing a total score from 95100%) through to E (a score of 2530%), with scores below 25% falling in the red "F" band. So it is a relative scale. Most companies fall within the 4555% band that indicates they are neither actively obstructing nor supporting the climate policy process. A score of 60% or more indicates the company is actively supporting polices and regulations towards a low carbon future. Conversely lower than a 40% band generally indicates obstructing behavior. As different sectors face differing regulatory issues, it is most useful to compare the Performance Bands of corporations within the same sector. Engagement Intensity The engagement intensity is a metric of the extent to which the company is engaging on climate change policy matters, whether positively or negatively. It is a number from 0 (no engagement at all) to 100 (full engagement on all queries/data points. Clearly energy and energy intensive users more affected by climate regulations will have a higher engagement intensity than, for example retailers. So an organization’s score should be looked at in conjunction with this metric to understand the amount of evidence we are using in each case to base our score on.Full details on our scoring can be foundhere.
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