Corporate Lobbying Reviews

Analysis of Corporate Reviews on Climate Policy Engagement

The Global Standard on Responsible Climate Lobbying - instigated by investors and launched in March 2022 - highlights the need for companies to publish a detailed annual review to ensure that its climate policy engagement (direct & indirect via industry associations) is consistent with the 1.5°C goal of the Paris Agreement.

In response to such investor requests, over 55 CA100+ companies have published a review of their industry associations' alignment on climate policy engagement. InfluenceMap has developed a methodology to assess the quality of these disclosures, benchmarked against investor expectations outlined by the PRI, IIGCC and Ceres. This assessment covers:

  • Disclosure & Transparency: Full transparency of the climate policy positions and engagement activities of the company and its industry associations, and clear explanations of the governance processes in place to ensure alignment on climate policy engagement;

  • Policy Alignment Process: Robust processes to identify and report on specific cases of misalignment between climate policy engagement and the Paris Agreement, including steps taken to address such misalignments.

InfluenceMap assesses CA100+ company reviews as part of an ongoing process to feed into active investor engagements. Up-to-date rankings and company scorecards can be found in the table below. Use the buttons below to access InfluenceMap's full methodology to assess industry association disclosures and guidance on better practice by companies to date.

Ranking of Industry Association Reviews

The table below shows a ranking of CA100+ companies by the quality of their industry association review processes, expressed as a percentage score from 0 to 100, where 100 would indicate that a company has met investor expectations for all of the assessment criteria related to the review process.

Click on the Company Scorecard links to access the latest individual company assessments, broken down according to the seven assessment criteria drawn from stated investor expectations on the topic. These scorecards will be updated on a rolling basis as new reviews are made available.

*Companies with an asterix are not part of the CA100+ target list, but are included in the ranking table below as a point of comparison between companies in similar sectors and/or regions.

CompanySectorHeadquartersReview Score (0-100)Company Scorecard
FortumUtilitiesEurope64Download
ShellEnergyEurope64Download
HolcimConstruction MaterialsEurope57Download
SasolChemicalsAfrica57Download
EnelUtilitiesEurope57Download
Rio Tinto GroupMetals & MiningEurope50Download
BPEnergyEurope50Download
BayerHealthcareEurope50Download
Origin EnergyEnergyOceania50Download
ArcelorMittalMetals & MiningEurope50Download
TotalEnergiesEnergyEurope43Download
BHPMetals & MiningOceania43Download
BASFChemicalsEurope43Download
EngieUtilitiesEurope43Download
HeidelbergCementConstruction MaterialsEurope43Download
NRG EnergyUtilitiesNorth America43Download
Equinor (formerly Statoil)EnergyEurope43Download
MaerskTransportationEurope43Download
EDFUtilitiesEurope36Download
Delta Air LinesTransportationNorth America36Download
CRHConstruction MaterialsEurope36Download
Toyota MotorAutomobilesAsia36Download
ExxonMobilEnergyNorth America36Download
E.ONUtilitiesEurope36Download
Glencore InternationalMetals & MiningEurope36Download
Anglo AmericanMetals & MiningEurope36Download
OMVEnergyEurope36Download
FirstEnergy CorpUtilitiesNorth America29Download
Mercedes-BenzAutomobilesEurope29Download
WoodsideEnergyOceania29Download
General MotorsAutomobilesNorth America29Download
RepsolEnergyEurope29Download
United AirlinesTransportationNorth America29Download
SantosEnergyOceania29Download
SSEUtilitiesEurope21Download
Marathon PetroleumEnergyNorth America21Download
South32Metals & MiningOceania21Download
Occidental PetroleumEnergyNorth America21Download
AGL AustraliaUtilitiesOceania21Download
Teck ResourcesMetals & MiningNorth America21Download
RWEUtilitiesEurope21Download
Honeywell International*IndustrialsNorth America21Download
ChevronEnergyNorth America14Download
EnbridgeEnergyNorth America14Download
ConocoPhillipsEnergyNorth America14Download
EniEnergyEurope14Download
Duke EnergyUtilitiesNorth America7Download
OricaIndustrialsOceania7Download
Sempra Energy*UtilitiesNorth America7Download
BMWAutomobilesEurope7Download
Valero EnergyEnergyNorth America7Download
Volvo GroupAutomobilesEurope7Download
AES CorporationUtilitiesNorth America7Download
Ford MotorAutomobilesNorth America7Download
Phillips 66EnergyNorth America0Download
NextEra EnergyUtilitiesNorth America0Download
111 of 165 CA100+ companies (67%) have not published an industry association review to date. A full list of these companies is available in the 'Download' link.Download