Green Economy Mark Report 2021
Find out which London-listed companies are leading the green economy and read about the key trends driving the sector

Highlighting London’s top green companies

London Stock Exchange’s Green Economy Mark identifies listed companies and funds contributing to the global green economy by addressing key environmental objectives such as climate mitigation and adaptation, waste and pollution reduction, and transitioning to a circular economy. Our latest report champions these pioneering sustainable companies and explores the evolution of London’s green economy. Discover the latest cohort.


Green Economy Mark Roundel

Businesses providing environmental products and services play a pivotal role in the transition to a low-carbon global economy.


Key takeaways

Here are some of the key findings in the latest report:

  •  101 issuers have been recognised with London Stock Exchange’s Green Economy Mark
  •  £149bn combined market capitalisation
  •  71 corporates and 30 closed-end funds
  •  Uptick in international constituents and regional representation
  •  Data shows members of the cohort remained resilient amidst COVID-19 market uncertainty


Green economy report 2021


Case study: musicMagpie

musicMagpie has come a long way since it was established in a converted garage 14 years ago. The beginning of 2021 marked a transformative moment in its history when it floated on AIM, receiving the Green Economy Mark at IPO. In this video Steve Oliver, CEO and Co-founder, discusses why they chose the public markets to grow their business and how receiving the Green Economy Mark impacted investor perception. 

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