15 Sep '17, 4am

@CityDevLtd continues to be listed in the Dow Jones #Sustainability Indices

CDL emerged as the Top Singapore Company and the Most Sustainable Corporation in Real Estate Management & Development in the prestigious Global 100 Most Sustainable Corporations in the World in 2017. Ranked at the 30th spot, CDL is also the first and only Singapore company to be listed on the Global 100 ranking for eight consecutive years. Recognised as the world’s preeminent sustainability equity index and gold standard in corporate sustainability analysis, the 2017 ranking was announced at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, on 17 January 2017. Conducted by Corporate Knights, a Toronto-based media and investment research firm, the Global 100 consists of companies that are at the top of their respective industrial sectors in terms of overall sustainability performance. Determined using 14 quantitative sustainability indicators, covering resource, employee and ...

Full article: http://cdl.com.sg/index.php/the-company/credentials/corpo...

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