In the year of the IPCC’s Sixth Assessment Report and COP26, the need for transformational, urgent and collaborative change across the world is more urgent than ever. Environmental issues such as climate change, water risk and deforestation are interconnected, and companies must go further and faster to manage them together.
These 270+ companies are leading the way to a net-zero, nature positive and equitable future.
By scoring companies from D- to A, we take them on a journey through disclosure to awareness, management, and finally to leadership. Our scoring measures the comprehensiveness of disclosure, awareness and management of environmental risks and best practices associated with environmental leadership, such as setting ambitious and meaningful targets.
CDP is constantly evolving our disclosure and scoring system in response to market needs and the rising urgency of the environmental challenges.
Access our independent and transparent methodologies through the links below.
CDP scoring drives corporate transparency and helps to guide, incentivize and assess environmental action. In 2021, a record-breaking 13,000+ companies representing over 64% of global market capitalization disclosed through CDP – 35% more than last year, and over 141% more than when the Paris Agreement was signed in 2015.
CDP’s questionnaires are fully aligned with the recommendations of the TCFD .
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The full set of publicly available climate
change, forests and water security scores can be explored below – use the
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The sector column indicates whether the company was scored for their answers to sector-specific questions.
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A and A- | Leadership level
B and B- | Management level
C and C- |Awareness level
D and D- | Disclosure level
F | Failure to provide sufficient information to be evaluated*
Not requested | The company was not requested to disclose by investors or its customers
See Another | The company's data has been covered by its parent company's response
Not scored | The response was not eligible to receive a score
Not available | The score is private to the company and any requesting customers the response has been submitted to
Forthcoming | The score has not yet been released
* An ‘F’ indicates a failure to provide sufficient information to CDP to be evaluated for this purpose. Not all companies requested to respond to CDP do so. Companies who are requested to disclose their data and fail to do so, or fail to provide sufficient information to CDP to be evaluated will receive an F. An F does not indicate a failure in environmental stewardship.