CRORI of CAC 40

CRORI of CAC 40

Evolution of the CRORI, 2015-2018

This figure shows the evolution of the mean, minimum and maximum of the Climate Risks and Opportunities Reporting Index CRORI of CAC 40’s companies between 2015 and 2018. The CRORI is a composite index measuring the level of firm’s compliance with the recommendations of the Task Force on Climate Related Financial Disclosures (TCFD). The index ranges from 0 to 1. The higher the CRORI, the more compliant the firm.

Evolution of the CRORI
Evolution of the CRORI by industry groups

Even if climate-related risks and opportunities are relevant for organizations across all sectors, the TCFD identifies some specific sectors that are more sensitive to climate risks and opportunities or are major players in the climate transition. These sensitive sectors are not only those considered polluting, but also those whose practices may be affected by climate change (food sector) or those that may influence environmental change (financial sector). Sensitive sectors are :

  • Financial
  • Energy
  • Transport
  • Food and agriculture
  • Materials and building

This figure shows the evolution of the mean of the CRORI of CAC 40 companies for each industry group identified by the TCFD over the period 2015-2018:

Average CRORI

This figure shows the average CRORI of CAC 40 companies over the period 2015-2018:

Average CRORI
Evolution of the 4 components of the CRORI

This figure shows the evolution of the mean of the CRORI’s four sub-indices of CAC 40 companies over the period 2015-2018.

Average CRORI
Dispersion of the CRORI depending on the firms’ CO2 emissions

This figure shows the dispersion of the CRORI over the period 2015-2018 considering companies’ level of CO2 emissions. Low (resp. Medium, High and Very high) CO2 emissions being the first (resp. second, third and fourth) quartile.

Average CRORI
Dispersion of the CRORI depending on the firms’ size

This figure shows the dispersion of the CRORI over the period 2015-2018 considering companies’ size (proxied by the total assets). Small (resp. Medium, Large and Very large) firm being the first (resp. second, third and fourth) quartile.

Average CRORI