CDP India

In 2013, CDP is requesting climate change information from India’s 200 largest companies by market capitalization, as listed on the Bombay Stock Exchange.


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India 200 - 2013, 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009 & 2008
The 200 largest companies in India based on market capitalization.

India 110 - 2007
The 110 largest companies in India based on market capitalization.


Investors look at climate risk mitigation in India

The latest report from CDP India highlights why 21st century investment strategies by India investors use CDP climate change data.

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WWF India

WWF India is one of the country’s largest non-governmental organizations working towards the conservation of biodiversity and natural habitats and the reduction of human footprint. It engages with multiple stakeholders to ensure a living planet for future generations. The organization works through a network of more than 50 state and field offices with over 300 staff.

Since its inception in 2003, the Climate Change & Energy Program of WWF India has contributed to the understanding of impacts of climate change and to developing appropriate policy responses.

Contact: Bhavna Prasad | E: |


 CDP India management


Damandeep Singh
Director, India

Daman has worked for over two decades writing and researching on environment and development issues in India. He worked as an independent consultant and journalist primarily on environment and climate change issues working with ERM UK, Worldwatch Institute, The Climate Group, Bureau of Energy Efficiency and Suzlon Energy. Prior to that he was heading Research and Programme Missions Divisions of the National Geographic Channel for five years.


CDP India 200 Climate Change Report

On behalf of 767 institutional investors with assets of $92 trillion

Read the CDP India 200 Climate Change Report 2014

Read the Safeguarding India’s Water Resources Report


CDP ICT sector report launch 2014
September 18

This report, produced jointly by CDP and IIM Bangalore, looks at the state of GHG emissions, emission reduction activities and emerging trends in the global ICT industry. The study is based on the responses received for the CDP climate change program from world’s leading 320 ICT companies.

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Contact the India team

Damandeep Singh
Senior Advisor, CDP India
+91 98100 45950

Ambesh Singh
Project Officer
+91 99992 55031

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