Dow recently announced that it has been named to the Dow Jones Sustainability World Index (DJSI) by S&P Global, the investment specialist focused exclusively on sustainability investing. Dow reports that this is the 21st year it has achieved this ranking as one of the top companies in the global chemical industry in terms of sustainability performance.

“It is an honor to be listed to the Dow Jones Sustainability World Index in recognition of our comprehensive sustainability programs,” said Mary Draves, chief sustainability officer and vice president of Environment, Health and Safety. “For us, it’s more than programs. Sustainability is infused throughout our company culture in how we make decisions, run our businesses and operations, and innovate new products. Through our 2025 Sustainability Goals and the power of our people, we strive to deliver a sustainable future for the world through our expertise in materials science and in collaboration with our partners.”

Dow was also named to the DJSI North America Index. The company reportedly performed particularly well in Operational Eco-efficiency, Labor Practice Indicators, and Environmental and Social Reporting. According to Dow, these scores reflect its continued strong performance and efforts to increase transparency.

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