SOURCE: The Corporate Library

The Corporate Library

June 15, 2009 15:37 ET

The Corporate Library Now Offers Trucost Environmental Performance Analysis in Online Store

PORTLAND, ME--(Marketwire - June 15, 2009) - The Corporate Library, the leading independent source for corporate governance research and risk analysis, today announced it is now offering in its online store products from Trucost, the world's leading environmental data provider. As announced last month, The Corporate Library is a licensed reseller of Trucost environmental performance analysis products.

The Corporate Library's online store offers Trucost's company briefings, which provide detailed overviews of a company's environmental impacts, measured in quantity as well as financial terms, in order to relate environmental performance to financial performance.

The addition of Trucost's products, which cover 4,500 of the largest companies worldwide, reinforces The Corporate Library's commitment to global coverage. Later this summer The Corporate Library will begin to offer another Trucost product, the environmental impact ratio. The environmental impact ratio is a measure of a company's environmental efficiency.

For more information or to view a sample Trucost company briefing, visit The Corporate Library's online store at

About The Corporate Library

Now celebrating its tenth year, The Corporate Library is an independent research firm focused on the U.S. and Canadian public market which offers corporate governance information products, research services and data products. It produces the definitive ratings of U.S. corporate boards of directors, allowing businesses that subscribe to the service to evaluate governance as an element of investment and other risk. Additional information can be found at

About Trucost

Trucost Plc is a world-leading environmental data organisation which helps companies and investors understand the environmental impacts of business activities. Trucost provides data and analysis on company emissions and natural resource usage in financial as well as quantity terms to help investors, fund managers and analysts understand how environmental issues could affect companies' future earnings. Institutional investors use the information to assess the carbon or environmental footprints of their portfolios, to identify differences in performance, address environmental risks and create financial products with lower carbon or environmental impacts. Trucost tracks data on the environmental impacts and disclosures of over 4,500 companies and has the world's largest record of greenhouse gas emissions.

Contact Information

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    Cheri Grimmett
    Media Relations, The Corporate Library
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