Identify the three Impact Areas that matter most to them and can start investing with as little as $50. Customers own direct shares of the companies in their portfolio, which are chosen by scoring and ranking a company’s contribution to a specific Impact Area through a proprietary methodology aligned to the SDGs. Each company undergoes extensive review on how well their goals, business revenues, and corporate conduct support positive change in each Impact Area.
Measurements of impact for companies in each Impact Area include but are not limited to:
- Gender Equality: The strength of a company’s commitment to gender equality, the percentage of women in senior management and the strength of gender diversity programs and anti-discrimination policies.
- Climate Action: The strength of a company’s climate goals and commitment to renewable energy, the reduction of greenhouse gases across all operations and the percentage of revenue from clean and renewable energy products and services.
- Better Health: Steps companies have taken to set employee health and safety programs, the promotion of low-cost medical devices and medicines globally and the percentage of revenue spent on R&D for rare diseases.
- Clean Water: A company’s percentage of revenue from products used in water filtration and treatment, the number and severity of water pollution incidents and the commitment to improving water use in operations.
- Reduce Waste: A company’s percentage of revenue from recycling and waste reduction operations, their percentage of revenue from resource-efficient materials, products and services and their ongoing reduction of packaging and end-consumer waste from products.
- Quality Work: A company’s employee turnover and layoff history, their presence of strong training and development programs and the number and severity of employee safety incidents, including within the supply chain.
- Modern Cities: A company’s efforts to foster innovation to make cities inclusive, safe, resilient, and sustainable, such as the percentage of revenue generated from green buildings and the number and severity of data privacy incidents.
- Shared Prosperity: A company’s commitment to providing financial access, including loans and investments, in underserved communities, the percentage of revenue from businesses supporting food production and commitment to greater access to basic nutrition.