Consistent, positive business engagement with policymakers on climate issues will be a crucial factor in implementing the Paris climate change agreement. Responsible Corporate Engagement in Climate Policy sets out a program of action for companies wishing to demonstrate best practice in policy engagement.
What are the benefits?
Companies have the opportunity to be at the forefront of an important new movement within the sphere of corporate responsibility. Early action and leadership will be beneficial to companies’ bottom lines and will promote their work to institutional investors who are becoming increasingly interested in these issues.
Corporate leadership in this area places companies in a strong position for benchmarking and for future CDP performance scoring of this activity area. Benchmarks on this topic are expected to emerge, and CDP is actively considering how to integrate corporate influence activities into its scoring methodology.
What is expected of companies that make this commitment?
By making this commitment, companies are agreeing to implement the actions in Section 3 of the Guide to "Identify–Align–Report":
Air France - KLM
Akçansa Çimento Sanayi ve Ticaret A.Ş.
Allied Electronics Corporation Ltd (Altron)
Australia and New Zealand Banking Group (ANZ)
Cathay Financial Holdings
China Rilin Industrial Group Co. Ltd.
China Steel Corporation
CLP Holdings Limited
CNH Industrial NV
Coca-Cola HBC AG
Commonwealth Bank of Australia
Compagnie Ivoirienne d'Electricite
Compañía Española de Petróleos, S.A.U. CEPSA
Coway Co Ltd
CTT - Correios de Portugal SA
Delta Electronics, Inc.
EnBW Energie Baden-Württemberg AG
Exxaro Resources Ltd
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA)
Ricoh Co., Ltd.
Royal Bafokeng Platinum
Royal BAM Group
RSA Insurance Group
Taiwan Mobile Co. Ltd.
Tiffany & Co.
Tongaat Hulett Ltd
United Microelectronics Corporation
Verizon Communications Inc.
Virgin Management Limited
Westpac Banking Corporation
Companies are setting increasingly ambitious supply chain environmental goals including Science-based targets, zero-deforestation commitments, and context-based water targets. This session will discuss how companies are leveraging supplier data to set and track progress against their ambitious goals and engaging suppliers to improve performance to meet these targets. Speakers include: Bruno Sarda, President, CDP North America; Carlos Sanchez, Corporate Manager Environment, Philip Morris International; Johanna Levy, Director Global Environmental Excellence, Firmenich
An increasing number of companies are ready to take on a sustainability leadership role and start engaging their suppliers. Join us to hear from The LEGO Group and Accenture about how they are pushing action and transparency in their supply chains. Speakers include: Ben Ngobi, Global Procurement Sustainability Lead, Accenture; Andrew McMullen, Environmental Supply Chain Senior Manager, LEGO Group