This page contains the list of all the companies requested to disclose to investors in 2020. The list indicates which questionnaire the company is being requested to disclose to.
Companies will receive the official request information in March 2020.
This list is correct as of 26 February 2020 and is subject to change.
Please note: Companies who are also requested to disclose by their customers will receive a notification from CDP in April 2020. Companies who are only requested by customers will not be listed on the CDP website.
To understand why a company is being requested to respond to a certain questionnaire, please view the methodologies (forthcoming).
This framework was developed to allocate sector-specific questions from 2018 onwards. It categorizes companies by the diverse activities that they derive revenue from and associates these activities with the impacts across a company’s value chain from climate change, water security and deforestation.
The CDP Activities are mapped to the questionnaires. A company must earn at least 20% of its revenue in an Activity to be mapped to the relevant sector questionnaire. If no sector questionnaire exists, the company will only be required to respond to the general questions for that theme.
CDP-ACS is a three-tiered system comprised of (from bottom-up) Activity, Activity Group and Industry. See the full list of CDP-ACS.
Companies will only be scored on their primary questionnaire sector. This means that if more than one set of sector questions applies to a company, not all questions will be scored. Sector specific questions are labelled to indicate which sector(s) they apply to. However, we encourage companies to respond to all questions that apply to them.
The sector-based approach allows CDP to make more meaningful assessments of companies' responses, incorporating each sector's characteristics and nuances, resulting in a score that reflects the company's progress in environmental stewardship and enabling better benchmarking against other companies.