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CA100+ Investor Hub

Investor Resources on Corporate Climate Policy Engagement

CA100+ Target Companies and Climate Policy Engagement

InfluenceMap maintains the world’s leading database assessing corporate climate policy engagement (LobbyMap), covering over 350 companies and 150 industry associations globally. This database feeds data and analysis to the Climate Action 100+ (CA100+) initiative.

CA100+ is a voluntary investor initiative to ensure the world's largest corporate greenhouse gas emitters take necessary action on climate change, made up of 700 investors responsible for over $68 trillion in assets under management. CA100+ engagement focuses on 166 target companies that are critical to the net-zero emissions transition.

The CA100+ Investor Hub contains LobbyMap’s analysis of the CA100+ target companies and their industry associations, as well as additional resources on corporate lobbying disclosures and shareholder resolutions. From 2022, InfluenceMap's assessments on climate policy engagement will also feed directly into the CA100+ Net Zero Company Benchmark.

An overview of the LobbyMap scoring system can be found here, with the full methodology here.



InfluenceMap welcomes engagement with CA100+ investors, companies, and industry associations on the issue of climate policy engagement.

If you have any questions, or would like to set up a call to discuss our analysis in more detail, please contact info@influencemap.org.

CA100+ Company Rankings

The table below contains a ranking of all 166 CA100+ target companies. The companies are ranked according to their InfluenceMap grade, with those at the top having the highest grades (signifying support for Paris-aligned climate policy), and those toward the bottom having the lowest grades (signifying opposition to Paris-aligned climate policy). Companies labelled 'n/a' are not given a grade because they have low-level engagement with climate policy and/or no strong links to industry associations currently covered by InfluenceMap's database.

Use the drop-down buttons to filter companies by sector or region, or search by name below. A summary profile and full access to the data underlying the assessments can be accessed via the links in the table.

Influencemap Performance BandOrganizationEngagement Intensity
EBerkshire Hathaway11IndustrialsNorth America
D-ExxonMobil49EnergyNorth America
C-General Electric31IndustrialsNorth America
C-Shell62EnergyEurope
DToyota Motor32AutomobilesAsia
C-BP56EnergyEurope
E+Chevron42EnergyNorth America
CVolkswagen Group51AutomobilesEurope
B-Walmart Stores18RetailingNorth America
C-TotalEnergies51EnergyEurope
D+Daimler32AutomobilesEurope
BNestlé37Consumer StaplesEurope
C-Eni36EnergyEurope
C-Procter & Gamble11Consumer StaplesNorth America
D+BHP37Metals & MiningOceania
C-Ford Motor45AutomobilesNorth America
D+BMW Group40AutomobilesEurope
BEDF56UtilitiesEurope
C-General Motors43AutomobilesNorth America
D+Honda Motor32AutomobilesAsia
BEnel58UtilitiesEurope
DBASF61ChemicalsEurope
C+Coca-Cola16Consumer StaplesNorth America
D-Lukoil11EnergyEurope
DBoeing17IndustrialsNorth America
C-Raytheon Technologies Corporation (formerly United Technologies)11IndustrialsNorth America
C+PepsiCo30Consumer StaplesNorth America
DRio Tinto Group35Metals & MiningEurope
BUnilever51Consumer StaplesEurope
D+Nissan26AutomobilesAsia
B-E.ON55UtilitiesEurope
D+Bayer34HealthcareEurope
N/ACaterpillar2IndustrialsNorth America
DDow Chemical33ChemicalsNorth America
D+Airbus Group32IndustrialsEurope
BIberdrola58UtilitiesEurope
C-Reliance Industries9EnergyAsia
D+Hitachi15TelecommunicationsAsia
N/AFoxconn1Information TechnologyAsia
E-Phillips 6619EnergyNorth America
C+Moller Maersk (Maersk)44TransportationEurope
D+Suncor Energy26EnergyNorth America
DOccidental Petroleum26EnergyNorth America
D+Duke Energy36UtilitiesNorth America
D-Delta Air Lines15TransportationNorth America
CNational Grid36UtilitiesEurope
C+PTT Global Chemicals9ChemicalsAsia
DToray Industries Inc.11ChemicalsAsia
D-Incitec Pivot12ChemicalsOceania
DLyondellBasell Industries28ChemicalsEurope
D+Air Liquide31ChemicalsEurope
C-Holcim42Construction MaterialsEurope
E-Valero Energy23EnergyNorth America
C-RWE40UtilitiesEurope
D-ConocoPhillips31EnergyNorth America
DAmerican Electric Power42UtilitiesNorth America
D+ArcelorMittal47Metals & MiningEurope
D-Canadian Natural Resources Ltd (CNRL)18EnergyNorth America
BDanone28Consumer StaplesEurope
D+Dominion Energy43UtilitiesNorth America
DEnbridge20EnergyNorth America
C+Exelon57UtilitiesNorth America
C-Naturgy (Gas Natural Fenosa)26UtilitiesEurope
C+Engie55UtilitiesEurope
D-Glencore International24Metals & MiningEurope
D+Lockheed Martin5IndustrialsNorth America
CNextEra Energy30UtilitiesNorth America
D-Nippon Steel Corporation32Metals & MiningAsia
DPOSCO24Metals & MiningAsia
DPPL Corporation21UtilitiesNorth America
D+Renault25AutomobilesEurope
D+Repsol36EnergyEurope
CSaint-Gobain46Construction MaterialsEurope
C-Sasol25ChemicalsAfrica
D-Southern Company37UtilitiesNorth America
C-Vale19Metals & MiningSouth America
D-Imperial Oil Limited20EnergyNorth America
DTC Energy15EnergyNorth America
E-Marathon Petroleum26EnergyNorth America
C+AGL Australia31UtilitiesOceania
C-Origin Energy39EnergyOceania
D+Oil Search6EnergyOceania
D-Santos18EnergyOceania
C-Teck Resources Limited18Metals & MiningNorth America
DAnglo American17Metals & MiningEurope
C-Vedanta Resources13Metals & MiningEurope
DWoodside35EnergyOceania
C-Equinor (formerly Statoil)52EnergyEurope
E+Suzuki11AutomobilesAsia
C-Grupo Argos16Construction MaterialsSouth America
CCemex37Construction MaterialsNorth America
D+CRH13Construction MaterialsEurope
D+HeidelbergCement26Construction MaterialsEurope
C+UltraTech Cement14Construction MaterialsAsia
D+thyssenkrupp35Metals & MiningEurope
DChina Steel12Metals & MiningAsia
CSSAB44Metals & MiningEurope
D+Petrobras9EnergySouth America
D+Korea Electric Power Corporation (KEPCO)20UtilitiesAsia
C-XCEL Energy36UtilitiesNorth America
C+Centrica28UtilitiesEurope
C+Fortum56UtilitiesEurope
BSSE44UtilitiesEurope
D+CEZ31UtilitiesEurope
C-Volvo Group31AutomobilesEurope
FRosneft11EnergyEurope
DSouth3210Metals & MiningOceania
D-Saudi Aramco10EnergyAsia
D-Air France-KLM37TransportationEurope
C-Anhui Conch Cement11Construction MaterialsAsia
C-China Petroleum & Chemical Corporation (Sinopec)17EnergyAsia
DChina Shenhua Energy10Metals & MiningAsia
C-CNOOC14EnergyAsia
E-Coal India7Metals & MiningAsia
CCummins29IndustrialsNorth America
D+Ecopetrol10EnergySouth America
N/AFormosa Petrochemical1EnergyAsia
B-Trane Technologies (formerly Ingersoll-Rand)35IndustrialsNorth America
DInternational Paper Company8Paper & Forest ProductsNorth America
BPhilips24Information TechnologyEurope
N/AMartin Marietta Materials4Construction MaterialsNorth America
DNornickel (MMC Norilsk Nickel)6Metals & MiningEurope
C-NTPC Ltd5UtilitiesAsia
DOil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC)5EnergyAsia
D-OMV21EnergyEurope
C-PACCAR6AutomobilesNorth America
DPetroChina Company Limited23EnergyAsia
E+Gazprom17EnergyEurope
C-Rolls-Royce18IndustrialsEurope
CSaic Motor14AutomobilesAsia
D+Severstal8Metals & MiningEurope
C-SK Innovation Co6EnergyAsia
DPGE Group32UtilitiesEurope
C-Panasonic13Information TechnologyAsia
CDaikin Industries20IndustrialsAsia
D-ENEOS Holdings (formerly JX Holdings Inc)19EnergyAsia
D+NRG Energy35UtilitiesNorth America
B-Colgate-Palmolive5Consumer StaplesNorth America
D-Devon Energy16EnergyNorth America
E+Kinder Morgan14EnergyNorth America
C-Uniper34EnergyEurope
D+Boral Limited7Construction MaterialsOceania
D-FirstEnergy Corp23UtilitiesNorth America
D-WEC Energy Group Inc21UtilitiesNorth America
C-Woolworths Ltd6Consumer StaplesOceania
C-Bluescope Steel30Metals & MiningOceania
C-Qantas Airways8TransportationOceania
D+Adbri (Adelaide Brighton)6Construction MaterialsOceania
D+Orica11IndustrialsOceania
C+AES Corporation30UtilitiesNorth America
D+American Airlines Group17TransportationNorth America
N/AAntam (Aneka Tambang)1Metals & MiningAsia
DBumi Resources5Metals & MiningAsia
N/ABunge Limited4Consumer StaplesNorth America
N/ADangote Cement1Construction MaterialsAfrica
CEskom Holdings Soc Limited16UtilitiesAfrica
N/ASuzano S.A. (formerly Fibria Celulose S.A.)3Paper & Forest ProductsSouth America
N/APower Assets Holdings Limited2UtilitiesAsia
DUnited Airlines20TransportationNorth America
DUnited Tractors5IndustrialsAsia
C-Weyerhaeuser Company5Paper & Forest ProductsNorth America
N/APemex (Petróleos Mexicanos)1EnergyNorth America
C-Grupo México5Metals & MiningNorth America
CVistra Corp31UtilitiesNorth America
CSiemens Energy35EnergyEurope
D+Stellantis31AutomobilesEurope

Weekly Lobbying Updates

InfluenceMap updates its assessment of companies and industry associations on a weekly basis. Our weekly lobbying updates capture how these organizations are attempting to influence live climate-related policy debates in real-time.

The full list of lobbying updates can be accessed here, or by clicking on 'See All Updates' below. Please contact joe.brooks@influencemap.org to sign up to receive these weekly alerts directly via e-mail.

Siemens advocates for U.S. clean energy tax package

18 May 2022

On an 11th May 'LEAD on Climate 2022' briefing with Senator Sheldon Whitehouse, Siemens directly advocated for Congress to pass the US clean energy tax package as proposed in the Build Back Better Reconciliation Bill. In a Ceres press release, Siemens USA CEO, Barbara Humpton, further urged lawmakers to pass the package, arguing that "the federal government has a powerful role to play to seed the investments in building and deploying the clean power infrastructure the U.S. needs to meet its energy security, economic, and climate goals".

CEBA supports U.S. clean energy incentive package

18 May 2022

In a May 11th press release, Clean Energy Buyers Association (CEBA) CEO, Miranda Ballentine, advocated for federal policymakers to pass the clean energy incentive package currently under consideration. As talks over the climate provisions in the Build Back Better Act continue, Ballentine emphasized that Congress must act now to realize these “once-in-a-generation investments.”

Utilities support U.S. clean energy tax package

18 May 2022

In a May 12th sign-on letter that included Enel North America, Engie, and EDF Renewables, the industry association Advanced Energy Economy directly advocated to U.S. Senators to pass the clean energy tax package in the federal reconciliation bill. Talks on the climate package have been renewed at Congress, as Senators are aiming to agree on a reconciliation package before Memorial Day recess.

CalChamber not fully supporting California climate plan

18 May 2022

California Chamber of Commerce (CalChamber) did not fully support the recently released California draft climate plan, emphasizing in a May 10th press release that it instead supports policies that include market-based and technology-neutral provisions.

Public Service Enterprise Group supports U.S. clean energy tax package

18 May 2022

In the May 11th 'LEAD on Ceres' media briefing posted on YouTube, Public Service Enterprise Group (PSEG) CEO, Ralph Izzo, advocated for the US Senate to pass the Build Back Better Act’s clean energy tax package. In his comments, Izzo emphasized that the renewable energy incentives are “desperately needed” and supported any solution, whether it was a bipartisan package or a budget reconciliation bill, that included those provisions.

Cemex unsupportive of EU ETS reforms

18 May 2022

The news outlet Echodonia reported on 13th May that Cemex did not support reforms to the EU Emissions Trading System (EU ETS), stressing the costs from high carbon prices. It also advocated for a gradual reduction of the free allocation of emissions allowances in the EU ETS alongside the implementation of a Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism (CBAM).