Trillium Asset Management Corporation Stock Picks Included in SustainableBusiness.com’s SB20: The World's Top Sustainable Stocks(A)
Trillium Asset Management Corporation Stock Picks Included in SustainableBusiness.com’s SB20: The World’s Top Sustainable Stocks
Trillium Asset Management Corporation contributed its analytical expertise to SustainableBusiness.com’s effort to identify world leaders in terms of both sustainability and financial strength. SustainableBusiness.com recently announced the 2003 SB20 list – The World’s Top Sustainable Stocks. The list is presented in The Progressive Investor newsletter, published by SustainableBusiness.com, which tracks this emerging marketplace.
To choose the 20 companies that make up the list, SustainableBusiness.com asked Trillium Asset Management Corporation and other leading social/environmental investment advisors to recommend companies that stand out as the world leaders in terms of both sustainability and financial strength.
“Our goal is to create a list that showcases the top companies leading the way to a sustainable society,” said Rona Fried, Ph.D., SustainableBusiness.com CEO and Editor of The Progressive Investor.
“We were pleased to add our financial analysis and social/environmental research to help develop the SB 20,” said Eric Becker, CFA, Trillium Asset Management Corporation Vice President and Portfolio Manager. Among the companies that Trillium Asset Management Corporation recommended for the list are FuelCell Energy, Green Mountain Coffee and Whole Foods Market.
The SB 20 List for 2003 – Alphabetical Order
Ballard Power Systems (BLDP)**Chiquita (CQB)**Electrolux (ELUX)**FuelCell Energy (FCEL)**Green Mountain Coffee (GMCR)**Henkel (HNKG.BE )**Herman Miller (MLHR)**Horizon Organic Dairy (HCOW)**Itron (ITRI)JM Inc. (JM.ST)**Novo Nordisk (NVO)Novozymes (NVZMF.PK)Power Integrations (POWI)STMicroelectronics (STM)**Swiss Re (RUKN:SWX)**Timberland (TBL)United Natural (UNFI)**Vestas (VEST.CO)**Wainwright Bank (WAIN)Whole Foods (WFMI)**
** Denotes companies on the list in both 2002 and 2003.
The Progressive Investor is a monthly financial newsletter available by subscription. Each issue draws on a group of world-class sustainable investment analysts for their insights and opinions on viable investments in the “green” business sector. This issue can be purchased individually or as part of a subscription. http://www.sustainablebusiness.com/progressiveinvestor/index.cfm