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      By Calvert Research and Management

      Washington - The current edition of Barron's features the 100 Most Sustainable Companies, a list using Calvert's research to identify companies that are showing leadership in addressing the environmental, social, and governance risks most material to the company. To create the list, Calvert rated the 1,000 largest (by market capitalization) publicly held companies headquartered in the United States on their responsibility in 5 key stakeholder categories: shareholders, employees, customers, community, and planet. Each company was assessed using a weighting scheme for the five stakeholder categories unique to its subindustry peer group that reflects financial materiality. The overall rating for each company reflects the weighted average of its rating in each of the 5 key stakeholder categories.

      Visit the Barron's website to see the full list and read the article.