The green economy report: How issuers are leading the drive to a low-carbon economy

The Green Economy Mark, first introduced in 2019, highlights companies and investment funds listed on all segments of London Stock Exchange’s Main Market and AIM that are driving the global green economy. To qualify for the Green Economy Mark, companies and funds must generate 50% or more of their total annual revenues from green activities. In 2020, there are 86 issuers, including 23 closed-end funds, with a combined market capitalisation of over £67bn.  

We’ve created a new report to shine a spotlight on this important sector including: analysis of London’s Green Economy Mark issuers looking at the scope of the green economy and performance of this sector relative to the rest of the market, a spotlight on the new recipients of the Mark for 2020 and case studies from a selection of Green Economy Mark issuers which demonstrate the diversity of sectors covered.

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