CDP Nordic Region

 

 Report Launch and Leadership Award Seminars

 

Every autumn, CDP Nordic organizes a series of events around the launch of the Nordic report and company results. These events celebrate the leading Nordic companies, introduce the report’s key findings and provide insights into some of the most current sustainability trends. The events attract institutional investors and high level representatives of the largest Nordic companies to gather in to a unique forum to discuss their challenges, solutions and actions.

Some presentations from the CDP Nordic Climate Leadership Seminars and Ceremonies in 2014:

Overview of the 2014 global and Nordic CDP results
The business case and toolbox for climate integration by 2050 consultancy
Carbon and investments by Mats Andersson, Fourth Swedish National Pension Fund (AP4)
Investment Climate Impact by South Pole Carbon
EU directive on Non-Financial Reporting in Finland (in Finnish) by Marja Hanski, The Ministry of Employment and the Economy

Slides from the climate assessment of the Oslo Benchmark Index summary coming soon.

 

 Search company responses

 

Nordic 260 - 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014
In 2014, the listed companies disclosing to CDP represented more than 84% of the total market capitalisation in the region

Nordic companies not disclosing climate data in 2014

 

 Annual CDP program reports

 
 

 Investor Support

 
In 2014, forty nine Nordic signatory Investors represented 2% of the global total of $87 trillion assets under management. They are (by country):
 
Denmark
ATP Group, Danske Bank, Pension Fund for Danish Lawyers and Economists, LD Lønmodtagernes Dyrtidsfond, Nykredit, Pension Denmark, PFA Pension, PKA, Sampension, Tryg, Unipension
 
Finland
Evli Bank Plc,  eQ Asset Management Ltd, Mutual Insurance Company Pension-Fennia, FIM Asset Mgt, Ilmarinen Mutual Pension Insurance, LGPI/KEVA, OP Fund Mgt Company Ltd, Pohjola Asset Mgt Ltd, Seligson & Co Fund Mgt Plc, The Central Church Fund of Finland
 
Norway
DnB ASA, Eika Kapitalforvaltning, Folketrygdfondet, Gjensidige, KLP, Norges Bank Investment Mgt (NBIM), Opplysningsvesenets fond (The Norwegian Church Endowment), StoreBrand
 
Sweden
AP1, AP2, AP3, AP4, AP7, Carlson Investment Mgt, Church of Sweden, Church of Sweden Pension Fund, East Capital, Ekobanken, Erik Penser Fondkommission, Folksam, KPA Pension, Landsorganisation i Sverige (LO), Mistra/ Foundation for Strategic Environmental Research, Nativus Sustainable Investments, Nordea Bank, Pensionsmyndigheten, SEB, Skandia, Swedbank, Unionen
 

Get insights directly from investors:

The investor perspective: Church of Sweden

The investor perspective: Church of Finland

The investor perspective: NBIM

21st century investments with CDP data

 

 

 Partners

 

Kommunal Landspensjonskasse (KLP)

Kommunal Landspensjonskasse (KLP) is a mutually-owned company that specializes in insurance and financial services in respect of Norway’s public sector. KLP is one of Norway's largest institutional investors with assets under management of approximately 185 billion Norwegian Crowns. KLP is the parent company of the KLP Insurance Group, one of Norway’s leading insurance companies.

KLP has a rich tradition of responsible investment and ownership. As such KLP see CDP Nordic as an important opportunity to participate in the battle against greenhouse gas emissions. KLP believes the investment community can play a significant role in this context by encouraging corporate reporting and engaging with senior management.

Visit the KLP website at www.klp.no

 

CDP Nordic scoring partner

FirstCarbon Solutions

FirstCarbon Solutions is a global provider of comprehensive environmental and sustainability solutions for enterprise and government clients that are increasingly under pressure to minimize resource use and environmental impacts while achieving profit and budget objectives. The company is the first to fully integrate consulting and software with deep expertise in back office data processing to deliver integrated solutions that drive better decision making by understanding how improved environmental and sustainability practices affect all areas of the business. After the report launch in October, FirstCarbon Solutions will be providing free 30 minute feedback sessions to give you more insight on your scores. To book your debrief, please visit our website or email us at FirstCarbonSolutions@cdp-sc.net.

 

Political support

Fredrik Reinfeldt Swedish Prime Minister keynoted CDP press launch September 2007 at the United Nations in New York 2012

  • Janez Potoĉnik, European Commissioner for the Environment
  • Peter Norman, Minister for financial Markets 2011 and 2008
  • Erik Solheim, Norwegian Minister for the Environment 2010
  • Tarja Halonen, President of Finland
  • Jyrki Katainen, then Finnish Minister of Finance 2009
  • Fredrik Reinfeldt Swedish Prime Minister
  • Connie Hedegaard, 2009 & 2013, then Danish Minister for Climate and Energy, now European Commissioner for Climate Action
  • Hilde Singsaas, Norwegian Ministry of Finance, Secretary of State
  • Michael Rantil, Swedish Senior Advisor & UNFCCC climate negotiator
  • Jaako Ojala, Finnish Head of Climate Change and Energy Policies & UNFCCC climate negotiator 2008
  • Lene Espersen, Danish Minister for Economic and Business Affairs 2007
  • Maud Olofsson, Minister for Enterprise, Energy & Communication
  • Åslaug Haga, Norwegian Minister for Oil & Energy
  • Sauli Niinistö, Speaker of the Finnish Parliament

Since March 2009 CDP has delivered a pan-Nordic series of training workshops for all participating companies. Delegates have been addressed by:

  • Mikko Alkio, Finland’s Secretary of State, Ministry of Employment and the Economy
  • Ola Alterå, Sweden’s Secretary of State, Ministry of Enterprise
  • Andrew Mitchell, British Ambassador to Sweden
  • Lykke Friis, Danish Minister for Climate and Energy
  • Jukka Uosukainen, Director General, Finland’s Ministry of the Environment  
 

 CDP Nordic Management

 
 

Steven M. Tebbe (FRGS)
Managing Director, Europe

Steven leads all CDP activities in Europe. Previously, he held various senior management positions at Daimler, EADSAirbus and most recently served as the Vice President for Environmental Affairs at the Berkshire Hathaway subsidiary NetJets, as well as being a Partner at Antural Partners, a boutique sustainability-consulting firm. Steven holds a Masters degree in Public Administration from Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts as well as a Masters degree from the Solvay Brussels School of Economics and Management in Belgium. He is a Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society (FRGS) and a member of the International Institute for Strategic Studies (IISS).

 
 

Emma Henningsson
Director, Nordic Region

Emma joined CDP in 2010 and leads CDP operations in Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden. She has 10 years’ experience of environmental and language consulting in the UK and Sweden. She holds a BSc in Chemistry from the University of Bristol, UK and a Certificate in Applied Business Management from the University of Warwick, UK.

CDP Nordic 260 Climate Change Report

Download the 2013 Nordic 260 report

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

Download the CDP Nordic Report 2014

Read CDP's investor brochure 2013

CDP Nordic leadership indicies

Contact the Nordic region team

Emma Henningsson
Director, CDP Nordic
+46 (0) 705 145726
emma.henningsson@cdp.net

Salla Huovinen
Project Officer, CDP Nordic
+358 (0) 40 650 1988
salla.huovinen@cdp.net

Postal address:
Stationsvägen 4, 184 50,
Åkersberga,
Sweden

Latest news in the nordic region

CDP Executive Chairman interviewed in Veckans Affärer Hållbarhet
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