Which are the most sustainable countries in the world?
WASHINGTON, Sept. 19, 2012 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — Corporate Knights, the magazine for clean capitalism, will hold a webinar on Thursday, September 27, 2012, to announce its first ever Country Sustainability Ranking which assesses the G20 countries in terms of their resource productivity, human capital formation and preservation, equality of participation in the economy and innovation. Country performance is assessed using 10 quantitative, performance-driven indicators, using data obtained from the World Bank, the International Labour Organization and the World Economic Forum.
The project found that Germany, Japan and Australia are the most sustainable countries in the world, placing first, second and third, respectively. To view the complete ranking, please visit http://corporateknights.com/report/g20-sustainable-countries-scorecard-2012
The ranking and an associated feature story will be available to read in the newest issue of Corporate Knights, distributed in the Washington Post and available for download on iTunes via the App Store.
Details of the webinar are presented below:
What: Corporate Knights Country Sustainability Ranking
Who: Doug Morrow, Vice-President Research, Corporate Knights Capital
Michael Yow, Lead Analyst, Corporate Knights Capital
When: 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. EDT, Thursday, September 27(th), 2012
Where: Visit http://corporateknights.com/webinars and click on the G20 Sustainable Countries Scorecard to register (audio information provided at registration).
For further information contact:
Natalie Sorichetti, Corporate Knights Inc., (416) 203-4674 ext. 225, firstname.lastname@example.org
About Corporate Knights: Founded in 2002, Corporate Knights Inc. is an independent Toronto-based media, research and financial products company focused on clean capitalism. http://www.corporateknights.com.
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