Awards and Recognitions
TransAlta has been recognized throughout the years for our commitment to being a responsible operator and a proud community member where our employees work and live.
The Gender-Equity Index (“GEI”) is a modified market capitalization-weighted index that aims to track the performance of public companies committed to transparency in gender-data reporting.
CDP runs the global environmental disclosure system. Each year CDP supports thousands of companies, cities, states and regions to measure and manage their risks and opportunities on climate change, water security and deforestation. TransAlta has disclosed with CDP for over ten years.
Presented by the Canadian Coalition for Good Governance, the Governance Gavel Awards recognize excellence in shareholder communications by issuers through their annual proxy circulars. In identifying nominees for a Governance Gavel award, CCGG considers those issuers with whom a board engagement was conducted during CCGG’s most recent engagement season. CCGG members also may nominate an issuer for an award.
The annual Green Utilities Report, published by Energy Intelligence, ranks 100 companies among the largest power generators from around the world, accounting for almost half of global capacity. This report compares individual companies, from both industrialized and emerging markets, and the accompanying analysis draws out key trends and conclusions.
The Globe and Mail’s Women Lead Here list intends to set a benchmark for gender diversity in corporate Canada. Following the evaluation of hundreds of companies, 73 (including TransAlta) were identified as being at the forefront of women in leadership positions in 2020.
The Globe and Mail’s Board Games assesses the work of Canada’s largest boards against a set of governance criteria beyond the minimum set by regulators.
Open to all Canada-based general counsels, chief legal officers, heads of legal etc. in in-house positions.