CDP hosts events and webinars throughout the year both in person and online. Join us to learn more on environmental reporting and driving sustainability from CDP’s experts, and from the companies, cities, states and regions already disclosing to CDP.
CDP is currently hosting a series of supply chain webinars to help companies achieve sustainability targets through supply chain transformation.
For events and webinars for cities, please visit our cities events page.
Join us for the fifth annual Responsible Investment Forum New York co-hosted by Principles for Responsible Investment (PRI) on March 3-4, 2021. Accessible from all over the world, the virtual experience will feature live and interactive discussions, 1-on-1 meeting opportunities with LPs, networking lounges to exchange information with globally recognized service providers, fund managers, and associations, and much more. Network with 150+ LPs, GPs and associations to discuss why, when, and how your firm should be implementing an effective ESG strategy. Agenda topics include renewable/clean energy, delivering social and environmental impact in the healthcare sector, emerging opportunities in impact investing, environmental justice, and more. CDP members receive 10% off their registration with discount code rifny21_cdp.
As a follow up to CDP's Awards events, join a series of 30-minute webinars throughout March with CDP's gold accredited solutions providers. They will cover a range of topics including but not limited to: how to work towards net-zero transformation, how to procure renewable energy, the benefits of carbon accounting, how to get started on the TCFD recommendations, why a strategic roadmap is essential, how software can support with carbon reporting and how you can best enable your suppliers to provide high quality CDP responses.
ISOS Group's CDP training is aimed at informing participants on CDP's latest survey and scoring updates. It helps participants understand how CDP relates to their organizations, how to make the information digestible, and how to apply it to everyday scenarios and business contexts. Topics include: drivers for climate change reporting, materiality, risk and opportunity assessments and recent changes to the survey, such as scenario planning. This 4-hour CDP course, split across two 2-hour sessions, will be taught online with live course instruction. The course will be run twice, details of the dates for each session can be found at the link below. Participants may be asked to complete a short assignment between sessions to reinforce learning and to prepare for the following session.