Green Revenues data model
Measuring the percentage of revenue from “Green” products on over 14,700 public companies across 48 developed and emerging markets.
FTSE Russell’s Green Revenues data model helps investors understand the global industrial transition to a green and low carbon economy with consistent, transparent data and indexes.
Companies are analyzed and categorized using a unique industrial taxonomy for green good, products, and services that covers 10 sectors and 133 micro sectors. For companies classified in one or more of the green subsectors, a total percentage(s) of revenue from green products is provided.
Monitor the companies and sectors engaged in transitioning to a green economy
Manage exposure by translating the green activity into financial performance of investments
Encourage listed companies to improve their green revenues disclosure
Content and Features
|14,700 public companies||Coverage of +14,700 companies, including FTSE Global Equity Index Series and Russell 3000® Index; covering 48 Developed and Emerging markets equal to roughly 98% of global market cap|
Nearly 3,000 companies generating green revenues
Nearly 3,000 companies have green activities from one or more of the 64 green subsectors. More than 250,000 lines of sub segment revenue data has been captured through a rules-based, transparent process.
|10 years of green revenues||
A detailed 10 year corporate financial history dating back to 2008 allows users to identify and analyze the structural shift to a green economy across public companies.