CDP commends the global drive for mandatory environmental disclosures over the past 12 months. This includes the UK’s mandatory climate disclosures, European Financial Reporting Advisory Group (EFRAG)’s Draft European Sustainability Reporting Standards, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC)’s proposed climate disclosure rule in the U.S., and the International Sustainability Standards Board (ISSB)’s draft Climate disclosure standard. For the past 20 years, CDP’s global, market-led approach has laid the groundwork for this sea change in environmental reporting, providing proof of concept and thought leadership as mandatory disclosure frameworks develop. Looking forward, CDP continues to pave the way for stakeholders to demonstrate environmental leadership across Climate Change, Forests, and Water Security, with biodiversity, nature, land use and oceans on the horizon. By disclosing through CDP, organisations have built the capacity to meet these baseline mandatory disclosure requirements. For those looking to stay ahead of the curve and unlock the competitive advantage of environmental leadership, our roster of expert accredited solutions providers are here to help.
This month, we are excited to announce that Clearloop have come on board as a silver carbon reduction solutions provider in the U.S. Clearloop supports companies of all sizes to meet ESG goals by reclaiming carbon and revitalizing communities through the construction of new solar projects in parts of the country with the least access to renewable energy and the economic opportunities that accompany it. Clearloop uses solar capacity (measured in watts) to reclaim carbon emissions from the grid, providing an added layer of transparency that gives business leaders a tangible model for reporting on carbon reduction and removal efforts.
We are also delighted to announce that the following accredited solutions providers have renewed their partnerships with CDP and will continue to support companies on their environmental journeys:
:response, a silver cities consultancy solutions provider in Germany, supports cities with corporate responsibility and sustainability. Their solution strategies increase the learning capacity and readiness for change of cities . Their mandates cover a wide range of policy areas and sectors such as climate change, social discourse, intersectoral partnerships, energy, circular economy, chemicals, human resources, financial services, and trade.
Ecometrica, a global gold software solutions provider, supports companies to meet their sustainability challenges, reduce costs, and increase performance. The Ecometrica Platform brings together sustainability, environment, risk and business management with geospatial mapping and advanced modules to allow businesses, governments and organisations to store information all in one place, make smarter decisions and build long-term value.
Enking International, a global gold climate change consultancy solutions provider, offer climate change, carbon credit and sustainability solutions across the globe. They support companies with carbon asset management, sustainability strategy & audits, training for quality control and management of carbon neutrality, Net zero ambition and more.
To find out more about who CDP’s accredited solutions providers are, or how they might be able to help you, watch our short video.
CDP is committed to building a diverse accredited solutions provider network and we particularly encourage organisations that are women or minority-owned, or those based in emerging economies to get in touch. Take a look at this blog to learn more about our Diversity and Equity Initiative and to see where we are one year on from implementing this initiative, check out this blog.
For more information about any of our accredited solutions providers or to request a direct introduction, please contact [email protected].