InfluenceMap Scoring Table: Corporations and Influencers

Our rankings measure how a corporation or trade association behaves towards 2C aligned climate and energy policy. For corporations, the score (from A to F) can be viewed as an indicator of readiness for a transition to low carbon policy globally. The corporate scores incorporate their links to the trade associations.

InfluenceMap maintains metrics on over 350 global industrial companies and trade groups. Displayed online are the 25 most influential global corporations and the 25 most influential trade associations when it comes to climate-motivated policy and regulations globally. Click on the organization name to see its full scoring details. Contact us for details of our full dataset.

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InfluenceMap Performance Band
Organization
Sector
Region
E
Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers (Auto Alliance) Automotive North America
E-
American Chemistry Council (ACC) Chemicals North America
F
American Coalition for Clean Coal Electricity (ACCCE) Energy North America
E-
American Iron and Steel Institute Materials North America
F
American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) All Sectors North America
F
American Petroleum Institute (API) Energy North America
A
American Wind Energy Association (AWEA) Energy North America
A
Apple Information Technology North America
E
ArcelorMittal Materials Europe
E+
BASF Chemicals Europe
E+
Bayer Healthcare Europe
E-
Berkshire Hathaway Industrials North America
D
BHP Materials Oceania
E+
BP Energy Europe
E
BusinessEurope All Sectors Europe
E+
CEMBUREAU: The European Cement Association Materials Europe
F
Chamber of Mines of South Africa Materials Africa
F
Chamber of Mines of South Africa Materials Africa
E-
Chevron Energy North America
B-
Confederation of British Industry (CBI) All Sectors Europe
E-
ConocoPhillips Energy North America
E+
Dow Chemical Chemicals North America
B
Enel Utilities Europe
E
European Automobile Manufacturers Association (ACEA) Automotive Europe
D-
European Chemical Industry Council (CEFIC) Chemicals Europe
E+
European Roundtable of Industrialists (ERT) All Sectors Europe
E
ExxonMobil Energy North America
E
Federation of French Industry (MEDEF) All Sectors Europe
D-
Federation of German Industries (BDI) All Sectors Europe
E
FuelsEurope Energy Europe
E+
German Chemical Industry Association (VCI) Chemicals Europe
E
Glencore International Materials Europe
B
Iberdrola Utilities Europe
A
IKEA Retailing Europe
E+
International Air Transport Association (IATA) Airlines and Logistics North America
E+
International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) Airlines and Logistics Global
E
Japan Business Federation (Keidanren) All Sectors Asia
F
Japan Iron and Steel Federation (JISF) Materials Asia
F
Koch Industries Energy North America
C+
Microsoft Information Technology North America
E+
Minerals Council of Australia (MCA) Materials Oceania
D
Mining Association of Canada Materials North America
F
National Association of Manufacturers (NAM) All Sectors North America
B+
National Grid Utilities Europe
F
National Mining Association (NMA) Materials North America
B
Nestle Consumer Staples Europe
F
NSW Minerals Council Materials Oceania
F
Phillips 66 Energy North America
E-
Queensland Resources Council (QRC) Materials Oceania
D-
Rio Tinto Group Materials Europe
D
Royal Dutch Shell Energy Europe
D
RWE Utilities Europe
A+
SolarPower Europe Energy Europe
F
Southern Company Utilities North America
A-
SSE Utilities Europe
D
Total Energy Europe
A-
Unilever Consumer Staples Europe
F
US Chamber of Commerce All Sectors North America
F
Valero Energy Energy North America