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Index Family Overview

DJSI index family

The Dow Jones Sustainability Index family tracks the stock performance of the world's leading companies in terms of economic, environmental and social criteria.
DJSI index family

S&P ESG index family

The S&P ESG Index family offers investors exposure to companies according to their ESG profile in the context of country-specific and regional indices. The index family is based on S&P DJI ESG Scores, based on the results of the CSA and calculated by SAM.

S&P ESG index family

S&P Fossil Fuel Free index family

The family tracks the performance of companies in the S&P Global 1200 Index and its regional subsets that do not own fossil fuel reserves, while overweighting and underweighting companies based on their levels of carbon emissions.

S&P Fossil Fuel Free index family

ESG factor Indices

Each multi-factor index launched by SPDJI and RobecoSAM uses a transparent and robust methodology combining the benefits of the selected financial factors and ESG. One prominent example of how we combine common factors with ESG to construct a multi-factor index is the S&P Long-Term Value Creation Global Index.

ESG factor Indices
Why corporates’ ESG data matters to investors
Why corporates’ ESG data matters to investors
The year of 1999 gave the world the euro, the Matrix, and the world’s first ever global sustainability benchmark – the Dow Jones Sustainability Index (DJSI).
20-11-2019 | Insight
CSA 2019: No sign of survey fatigue
CSA 2019: No sign of survey fatigue
If there was any question about corporates’ focus on sustainability as a strategically important issue, the 2019 SAM Corporate Sustainability Assessment (CSA) removes all doubt; well over 1,100 companies chose to get assessed on their corporate sustainability performance representing a record 17% increase compared to 2018.
05-08-2019 | Insight
Sustainability Indices: Do Investors Actually Care?
Sustainability Indices: Do Investors Actually Care?
In the face of social, environmental, and financial disruptions, more attention is being paid to corporate social responsibility (CSR) policies, and sustainability benchmarks have multiplied.
01-08-2019 | Insight
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