InfluenceMap+Relationship Score
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Relationship Score

What is the company's Relationship score based on InflurenceMap?

Companies Values

EOG Resources

2016 = 0 %

America Movil

2016 = 0 %

Home Depot

2016 = 0 %

Tesla Motors

2016 = 0 %

Canadian Natural Resources

2016 = 17 %

Koch Industries

2016 = 23 %

Hess

2016 = 23 %

Valero Energy

2016 = 24 %

UnitedHealth Group

2016 = 24 %

Delta Air Lines

2016 = 24 %

Phillips 66

2016 = 26 %

Comcast

2016 = 26 %

Marathon Oil

2016 = 27 %

Chevron Corporation

2016 = 28 %

Deutsche Post DHL

2016 = 29 %

Airbus Group

2016 = 29 %

Verizon Communications Inc.

2016 = 30 %

Exxon Mobil

2016 = 30 %

AT&T Inc.

2016 = 30 %

Schlumberger

2016 = 31 %
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Range:
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About

A corporation will have a relationship score, computed by aggregating the organizational scores of the influencers with which it has relationships, and weighted by both the strength of these relationships and the relative importance of their influencers in the climate change policy arena.

Methodology

The InfluenceMap Scoring System

To measure and score corporate influence on climate change policy, InfluenceMap have developed a comprehensive process of examining publicly available information through reliable data sources (e.g. legislative consultations, respected press, CDP responses). This information is then used to test a set of queries across data sources for each organization (e.g. position on a carbon tax, energy efficiency standards, etc.).

They score each data cell (data source/query intersection) on a 5-point scale, consistently providing evidence to support their scores. There are 96 such scoring cells in each matrix, and the organization’s (either a corporation or an influencer) organizational score is computed using their proprietary algorithm, which accounts for different cell weightings and irrelevant data sources/queries. The organizational score represents the degree to which the organization is directly influencing climate policy and legislation (through its political messaging and engagement with policymakers). It is expressed as a percentage, with 100% representing very supportive influence over climate policy. Organizational scores are computed for both corporations and influencers (e.g. trade bodies, chambers of commerce, advocacy groups, etc.) in exactly the same manner.

In addition, a corporation will have a relationship score, computed by aggregating the organizational scores of the influencers with which it has relationships, and weighted by both the strength of these relationships and the relative importance of their influencers in the climate change policy arena. This score is also represented as a percentage, on the same scale as the organizational scores. For each corporation, the organizational score and the relationship score are combined to compute an overall rating, placing the corporation in a performance band. There are 20 performance bands from A+ (representing a total score from 95-100%) through to E- (a score of 25-30%), with scores below 25% falling in the red "F" band. A score of 60% or more indicates that the corporation is actively supporting policies and regulations towards a low-carbon future. Conversely, scores lower than 40% indicate obstructing behavior. As different sectors face differing regulatory issues, it is most useful to compare the performance bands of corporations within the same sector.

http://influencemap.org/page/Our-Methodology

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