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Corporate Citizens Clean Revenue Taxonomy 2.0
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About Corporate Knights:
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Corporate Knights is a media and investment research company that produces rankings and financial product ratings based on sustainability performance. Corporate Knights also acts as Secretariat to the Council for Clean Capitalism, a group of CEOs from leading Canadian companies dedicated to advancing a more sustainable economy. The company’s media division publishes Corporate Knights Magazine, the world’s largest-circulating publication focused on sustainability and responsible business.

Recently named Magazine of the Year by the National Magazine Awards Foundation of Canada, Corporate Knights Magazine is printed quarterly and has a print circulation of 147,750 reaching a readership of 443,250 including some of the world’s most influential business and political decision-makers as an insert in Canada’s Globe and Mail and the Washington Post in the United States.
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Clean Revenue Taxonomy Scope:
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The Clean Revenue metric measures a company’s revenue from all goods and services which have a clear environmental and--in a limited number of well-defined cases--social benefits. This includes revenue from clean transition, low-carbon economy and circular economy revenue segments. In 2018 Corporate Knights made a five-year commitment to develop the Clean Revenue metric for all sectors. As part of this effort, we mapped each clean revenue segment to relevant sustainable development goals.
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Purpose:
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In 2018, Corporate Knights has made a five-year commitment to define and refine a global clean revenue taxonomy standard for calculating Clean Revenue that is consistent, comparable, relevant, and specific as well as being public and free of charge, with the eventual aim of having “Clean Revenue” integrated into the segmented reporting guidance by global accounting standards setting bodies.
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Clean Revenue Definition
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Clean revenue includes revenue from all goods and services which have clear environment and - in a limited number of well-defined cases, social - benefits. This includes revenue from clean transition, low-carbon economy and circular economy revenue segments.
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