CDP provides a global platform for states and regions to measure, manage and disclose their environmental impacts. 100 state and regional governments disclose to CDP, representing over 450 million people, US $13 trillion in GDP and over 3 GtCO2e. The climate actions disclosed by states and regions, as well as CDP analysis, can be viewed and downloaded on our Open Data Portal.
To start disclosing to CDP, please call +44 203 818 3918 or email [email protected]. If you have already received your login details, simply head to our states and regions platform. The platform will be open from April to June 2017.
have now joined the Compact, an increase from 44 in 2015
in line with 2020 milestone of 2-degree scenario.
in absolute GHG emissions targeted by 2050, from 2.8 GtCO2e to 1.2 GtCO2e.
Explore the open dataset used for this report through our open data portal.
Learn how your approach to tracking and reporting climate change data, including early involvement of stakeholders and the private sector, can help facilitate implementation of an action plan and get your city out of its measurement and reporting rut. This webinar will be led by WSP | Parsons Brinkerhoff, an accredited service provider.
With completion of your CDP reporting, opportunities may have been identified for capital infrastructure improvements that can help your agency continue on its path for further emission reductions. PFM, an accredited service provider to CDP, will lead this webinar discussion of financing tools available to cities for projects of these types. By leveraging consumption savings and various incentives and funding structures, many projects can be completed at little or no additional cost to the city.
Join CDP and HDR as we explore best practices and lessons learned in how to effectively assess climate risk, communicate potential impacts, and make data-driven decisions to prioritize action.
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