Every year since 2002, CDP has sent out Letters to Company boards on behalf its capital markets signatories requesting they disclose data on their environmental impact.
In 2022, more than 680 financial institutions worth over US$130 trillion in assets signed CDP’s Letter, requesting environmental information from nearly 10,400 companies worldwide.
Below is a list of all the companies being requested by these financial institutions in 2022. The list indicates which questionnaire/s the company is being requested to disclose to.
This list is correct as of 14 March 2022 and is subject to change.
Please note: 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 relevant sample document.
Companies in high-impact sectors, in addition to the general questions, will be presented with questions specific to that sector. The rationale for developing a refined questionnaire for each of these sectors is outlined in the relevant sector introduction.
The sector-specific questions to companies are defined by CDP's Activity Classification System (CDP-ACS). This system categorizes companies by focusing on the activities from which they derive revenue and associating these with the impacts to their business from climate change, water security and deforestation.
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