Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP)
What is the CDP?
The CDP is an international organization and registered charity which supports companies and cities to disclose the environmental impact of major corporations in order to gather data and drive sustainable action.
Vision: to see a long term thriving economy for both people and planet.
Mission: To do this the CDP runs the global disclosure system that enables companies, cities, states and regions to measure and manage environmental impacts. Creating the world’s most comprehensive collection of environmental data.
By 2018 the CDP worked with 7,000+ companies, 620+ cities, 120 states and regions.
How does it work?
- The Disclosers: CDP asks companies, cities, states, and regions for data on their environmental performance
- The CDP: transforms the data into detailed analysis on critical environmental risks, opportunities and impacts
- Decision-makers: investors, businesses and policy makers use the data and insights to make better decisions, manage risk and capitalize on opportunities.
A brief introduction to the TCFD recommendations – 5 minute read
Beyond the cycle: Which oil and gas companies are ready for the low-carbon transition? Report– November 2018
CDP Italy Report – October 2018
The demand for financing climate projects in cities – September 2018
Peru forests Policy Briefing – August 2018
Bridging low carbon technologies – July 2018
Reporting Climate Resilience – June 2018
What does the future hold for oil and gas majors – May 2018
Carbon Pricing Corridors: The Market View 2018
EU Forests Policy Briefing 2018 – 10 minute read
A brief introduction to climate disclosure in France – March 2018 – 5 minute read
CDP Europe on the European Commission’s Action Plan: ‘Financing Sustainable Growth’ – 10 minute read – March 2018
Ready or not: are companies prepared for the TCFD recommendations? – March 2018
Cerrado Forests, Brazil, Policy Briefing 2018 – March 2018
SDG Forests Policy Briefing 2018 – March 2018