The Dow Jones Sustainability Indices (DJSI) began as one global index in 1999, comprising the top-ranked companies from each industry based on environmental, social, and governance criteria. The DJSI now includes many indices, including one for each world region. Each year, invited companies submit a questionnaire, which is scored and compared to peers. Only companies with the highest scores earn a listing.
In our latest infographic (also available as a .pdf), learn what companies can gain from a DJSI listing, and what questions to ask before considering whether to submit a questionnaire.
If you’re interested in finding out more about the DJSI application process, or other sustainability rankings and indices, contact KT, Framework’s Director of Analytics.