20 December 2022, Indianapolis: Corteva, Inc. (NYSE: CTVA) was recently named one of the Most Responsible Companies in America by Newsweek magazine and global research and data firm Statista. Corteva ranked 25 on the list of 500 companies, which are graded on Environmental Concerns, Social Concerns and Governance Concerns.
Of the 55 Materials & Chemicals companies included, the most of any industry on the list, Corteva was ranked fourth. This is the first time Corteva has been included in the four-year history of the Newsweek Most Responsible Companies in America rankings.
“I am so proud of the work Corteva colleagues have done to earn a place on Newsweek’s list of America’s Most Responsible Companies 2023,” said Corteva Agriscience Senior Vice President, Chief Technology and Digital Officer Sam Eathington. “It’s an honor that reflects the commitment we have to our employees, customers, agriculture and the planet.”
Corteva was also named to Just Capital’s list of Most Just Companies of 2022, coming in at 217 of the nearly 1,000 companies included and number 10 in the Food, Beverage and Tobacco industry rankings. Corteva increased its ranking by more than 400 spots year-over-year in the Just Companies list, which grades corporations by how it invests in its employees, supports its communities, treats its customers, whether it prioritizes good governance and how it minimizes environmental impact.
Corteva’s 2021 Sustainability and Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) report highlights the company’s continued transparency efforts and outlines how Corteva’s sustainable innovations can drive progress toward a more resilient agriculture ecosystem.
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