CDP's workshops mark the beginning of the annual CDP Climate, Water and Forest reporting period with the aim to make the disclosure process as easy as possible for companies and to deepen the knowledge on natural capital disclosure. The events will provide hands-on assistance in responding to the CDP 2018 questionnaires. Participants will be encouraged to share ideas, ask questions and take part in break-out sessions with experts in various aspects of disclosure.
CDP Europe spring workshop – Germany
CDP Europe spring workshop – Switzerland
CDP Europe spring workshop – France
CDP Europe spring workshop – Netherlands
CDP Europe spring workshop – Finland
CDP Europe spring workshop – Sweden
CDP Europe spring workshop – Italy
CDP Europe spring workshop – Spain
CDP UK workshop
Science Based Targets workshop - Germany
Science Based Targets workshop - France
If you are interested in discussing sponsorship or collaboration opportunities at our European spring workshops, please contact:
2018 CDP Online Advanced Training (Mandarin)
Jakarta workshop on deforestation
Hong Kong workshop
Melbourne workshop (with live-stream option in Auckland)
Full details of our workshop events in North America can be found here.
CDP Europe: Introduction to CDP and the climate change programme
Practice Guide: How to Develop a Green Energy Procurement Plan
Join experts from First Climate to explore how companies can develop and draft a green energy procurement plan for their production sites or suppliers in order to achieve RE100 or other climate-related commitments. First Climate will advise how to take site-specific factors into consideration, weigh procurement options and build implementation timelines in a global context.
CDP Supply Chain: The role of public procurement to drive action on climate change
CDP warmly invites you to join a webinar focusing on CDP’s Supply Chain Program for Governments with top level green public procurement officials to explore how CDPs supply chain members are working to keep our global supply chains in good health by insisting on adequate disclosure. We welcome government members who want to leverage the power of public procurement to drive action on climate change. With public procurement accounting for 14% of European GDP, public authorities’ buying can play a key role in positive environmental action by driving suppliers to reduce their emissions, manage water security challenges, and combat deforestation. By embedding sustainability criteria into procurement standards, public authorities can use their purchasing power to influence suppliers to adopt more sustainable practices relating to their emissions, water usage and forest impact.