• Transparency On Climate Action
    For A New Level Of Accountability

    Ziggma provides an unprecedented level of transparency on corporate climate action.

    Firms are way behind the curve on climate action. Shareholders must step up now to deliver a clear mandate to corporate Executive Boards to cut emissions.

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  • Impact Vote Tracker: Make An Impact
    By Voting Your Shares

    Only 11% of private investors vote their shares. Why so few? Most simply don’t know when proxy voting is live.

    Yet, our vote is crucial to drive change on climate change, biodiversity, recycling, gender equality or social justice.

    We help you track shareholder votes on your stocks where you can make an impact.

    Simply link your brokerage account to get notified and never miss an important issue up for voting.

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  • Track Your Portfolio’s
    Carbon Footprint

    As a shareholder you have a proportionate claim on a corporation’s assets and earnings. But also on its carbon emissions.

    Ziggma lets you track your portfolio’s carbon footprint.

    Link your portfolio and conveniently track its carbon footprint in the dashboard.

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  • Make Your Money Work For
    The Climate

    Discover climate impact investment opportunities. 100% greenwashing free.

    Invest in companies taking decisive action on climate change.

    Screen for stocks with top Climate Scores

    Draw inspiration from model portfolios for climate impact investing.

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Questions and answers.

  • Why are there so many companies getting a Climate Score of 0?

    In our methodology we do not apply a positive score for a company whose carbon intensity is on the rise. If it has no target set to reach net zero on top of it, the total result is zero points. Companies that have not yet started to cut emissions and have not set a target are taking us straight to a +4°C world. There is no way to sugarcoat this. As optimists we expect the number of companies getting a climate score of zero to decline rapidly over the next few years. If you seek to get more insight into which company is the worst of the worst, you can check out the information available on each stock in the Climate tab.

  • How do you evaluate a company’s track record on cutting emissions?

    When evaluating a companies track record on cutting emissions, the most commonly used variable is carbon intensity. It is calculated by dividing carbon omissions by revenue as a means of normalization. Looking at absolute omissions does not work for two reasons. It fails to work in a number of instances, such as corporate events, such as mergers or spinoffs or exponential growth. Another key advantage of Ziggma’s stock screener tool consists of the integration of our proprietary stock scores. This allows users to cut through the chase and search for investment opportunities within the best stocks right from the start. Take the example of AES Corporation. A few years ago it spun off a few coal plants in Indonesia. Taking the ensuing reduction in carbon emissions as an achievement by the company would clearly miss the point. Carbon intensity captures both the decrease in emissions and revenue due to the sale of the Indonesian assets.

  • Where do you get emissions data from?

    Our provider for emissions data is Impact Cubed, which is backed by Euroclear. It collects emissions data reported by companies and computes estimates for companies that do not report, using a sophisticated proprietary approach looking at a company’s revenue mix.