Investing in green opportunities
FTSE Russell’s Green Revenues (LCE) data model and Green Revenues Index Series track companies that generate green revenues – a critical component missing from current sustainability models. Now, investors can accurately identify and support their investment in companies that are engaged in the world’s transition to a green economy with consistent, transparent data and indexes.
Green revenues data and analytics
Faced with growing environmental public policy, investors are increasingly challenged to measure the impact of the green economy on their portfolios. Financial institutions require transparent data that enables them to monitor the companies and sectors engaged in transitioning to a green economy and to translate the green activity into financial performance of investments.
Video gallery: Green Revenues explained
|New future for 'green' investing (3:03)
Listen to FTSE Russell’s CEO, Mark Makepeace, talk about what clients are experiencing when considering sustainability issues today and the benefits of quantifying the revenue mix of companies from green goods, products and services.
|Green Revenues Data and Indexes (4:27)
Watch Kevin Bourne, Managing Director at FTSE Russell, discuss the significance of the green data within the Green Revenues data model and how it can be used.
FTSE Russell’s LCE data model measures the revenue exposure of more than 13,400 public companies engaged in the transition to the green economy across 48 developed and emerging markets. Companies are analyzed and categorized using the unique Low Carbon Economy Industrial Classification System™ (LCE ICS™) across 8 LCE sectors and 60 LCE sub-sectors.
A LOWCII™ green exposure factor is calculated for each company between zero and 100% of revenues. This unique factor represents the total of green revenues generated by the company from any of the 60 subsectors in any single fiscal year as a ratio of the company’s overall revenues. Factors can be mapped over time; calculated across any of the 60 LCE subsectors or 8 broad green sectors; and aggregated by company size, traditional industrial classifications, country, region or globally.
These indexes are based on the LCE data model and are designed to provide investors with indexes capturing managed exposure to companies with revenues from green goods, products and services.
- FTSE All-World Green Revenues Index
- FTSE Developed Green Revenues Index
- FTSE Emerging Green Revenues Index
- FTSE Asia Pacific Green Revenues Index
- FTSE Europe Green Revenues Index
- FTSE All Share Green Revenues Index
- FTSE China Green Revenues Index
- Russell 1000 Green Revenues Index
- Russell 2000 Green Revenues Index
- Russell 3000 Green Revenues Index
- FTSE Divest-Invest Developed 200 Index
Read the Green Revenues data model and indexes overview for more.