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Corporate social responsibility by the numbers Add to ...

Based on companies in the S&P/TSX 60 index:

Average score for all 60 companies


Number disclosing energy productivity data

28 (47%)

Number disclosing carbon dioxide emissions data

35 (58%)

Number disclosing water use data

15 (25%)

Number disclosing waste production data

15 (25%)

Number disclosing data for all four environmental measures

10 (17%)

Number disclosing no data for any environmental measures

24 (40%)

Number with an ESG or sustainability board committee

35 (58%)

Average percentage of women on the board of directors


Average percentage of visible minorities on the board of directors


Number where a senior executive's pay is based on ESG criteria

26 (43%)

Average ratio of CEO pay to low-paid worker pay


Number disclosing employee injury data

16 (27%)

Number with a traditional defined-benefit pension plan for workers

37 (62%)

Average funded ratio of defined benefit pension plans


Average transparency score, based on quality of data disclosure


View the full rankings in a downloadable table

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