Why must supply chains collaborate to combat climate risk?

More multinationals and their suppliers than ever before now use CDP to achieve sustainable supply chain management. Written by Accenture, the CDP Global Supply Chain Report 2014, ‘Collaborative Action on Climate Risk’, contains a wealth of information on how leading companies are managing the significant risk that climate change poses to the globalised supply chain model. For the first time ever, this report combines analysis of climate change and water related information disclosed by thousands of companies.

 
 

The member perspective

Watch videos from CDP supply chain member companies to learn their motivations for engaging their strategic suppliers on these important issues, how they use the reported data, as well as their targets to drive further action going forward.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Adding business value
Braskem S/A
Climate change procurement standard
BT Group
Environmental impact accountability
Groupe Steria
The opportunity for collaboration
Jaguar Land Rover Ltd
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Existing & prospective supplier evaluation
Johnson & Johnson
Supplier water disclosure
L'Oreal
Embedding sustainability into procurement
National Grid
Climate change as a material risk
Nokia Solutions and Networks
 
 
 
 
Reducing emissions through Action Exchange
Philips
Measure, manage, reduce, report
Walmart

The supplier perspective

Watch videos from responding companies to hear their experience of responding to their customers’ requests to disclose environmental information through CDP and how this request for information has resulted in performance improvements.

 
 
How we reduce our carbon footprint
Beirholm
 
 
Sustainability as business-as-usual
Emflora

The report

Find out how, with a combined spending power of almost US$1.15 trillion dollars, CDP’s supply chain members are catalysing action among their suppliers who represented 14% of global industrial emissions in 2013.

 
 
Key findings from the global supply chain report

Supply chain leaders

Discover which companies, from SMEs to major multinationals, have been recognised for their performance, listed in the first ever Supplier Climate Performance Leadership Index (SCPLI)

 
 
The value of disclosure and performance scores
 
 
The supplier perspective
Capgemini explain the advantages reporting to CDP brings their business

Find out how CDP’s Action Exchange initiative is encouraging greater uptake of emissions reduction initiatives with the best return on investments amongst responding companies.

 
 
Supply chain energy efficiency
 
 
Meeting customer and societal demands
Major corporations are increasingly making sustainable purchasing decisions and collaborating with key suppliers to drive down cost and build resilience. I’d like to congratulate the members that are pushing the boundaries of corporate responsibility and their suppliers that are beating the competition.

Dexter Galvin,
Head of CDP's Supply Chain Program

Scoring partner 2013

 

Report writer 2013

 

Become a CDP supply chain member

FCS   Accenture If you are interested in being member of the CDP supply chain program please go to the becoming a supply chain member page or contact membership@cdp.net.

If you disclosed to CDP's supply chain program in 2013 and would like a feedback on your score from FirstCarbon Solutions (FCS), please register your interest.

   
 
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