To drive faster progress towards international climate and environmental objectives, national government bodies and agencies support CDP's disclosure system and request.
CDP’s government partnerships are designed to help governments and other public institutions to analyze the impact of non-state climate action towards achieving international and national climate targets and national climate plans, including the European Green Deal.
Our collaboration with CDP has helped to see a 30% increase in the number of organizations disclosing data.Sergio Costa, Minister for the Environment, Land and Sea of Italy
By endorsing CDP’s disclosure invitation, governmental bodies and agencies increase the quantity and quality of climate and environmental data reported to CDP each year.
By joining CDP as a government partner, governmental bodies and agencies are equipped with CDP's data, expertise, analysis and capacity-building to track and measure the impact of public policies.
CDP's is the world's biggest and most comprehensive climate and environmental dataset, with 8400 companies and 920 subnational governments disclosing each year.
Drive disclosure through your endorsement
Endorse CDP's disclosure invitation to improve the climate, forests and water data reported by companies and local governments in your jurisdiction. By endorsing CDP, government bodies & agencies lever their authority to promote transparency & action.
Use CDP data and scores - the most comprehensive environmental dataset available
The data needed to track and measure the impact of policies, identify gaps, trends and best market practice that can be tackled and incentivized through policymaking to create positive impact and drive the transition to a low-carbon, resource-secure economy.
Benefit from CDP's insight, expertise and capacity building
CDP's policy team supports government partners with regular updates, regional insights, speaking opportunities and invitations to support initiatives promoting climate and environmental action.
Made possible by funding support of the European Commission and other donors.
Promote disclosure - Promote industrial-scale environmental and climate disclosure and engagement, aligned with the TCFD.
Public recognition - Of your institution's commitment to engaging with companies and local governments on environmental topics.
Be informed - Regular disclosure status updates during the disclosure period.
CDP data - Access to all current and historical public company and local government CDP responses.
CDP scores - Access to all public company and local government scores.
Custom country profiles - CDP country factsheet, showcasing national disclosure and action by companies, financial market actors and local governments.
Join impact engagement - Opportunity to support national level non-disclosure engagement to encourage better disclosure in the next CDP disclosure period.
Support regulatory success - Help companies and financial market actors to better fulfil policy-driven and regulatory transparency requirements.
Speaking opportunities - Be considered with priority to provide speakers for CDP workshops and webinars for companies, financial market actors and local governments.
CDP provides governments with a comprehensive list of all companies, cities and regions requested to disclose, indicating whether or not the company, city or region followed the request.
By the end of February: the Government provides its logo to CDP and gives permission to CDP to use it for endorsement of the CDP disclosure system. The logo will then be included in the disclosure request letter sent to companies, cities and regions, as well as published on the CDP website as a public signatory.
April until July: CDP takes on all further action and communicates the endorsement through our standard engagement process with companies, cities and regions. If desired, CDP reports back on the progress in disclosure numbers. This includes a disclosure tracker detailing the status of companies’, cities’ and regions’ disclosure effort and progress.
September: At the end of the CDP disclosure cycle, CDP reports back on the final disclosure rates and expected impact as well as the progress towards delivering on the goal of the Paris Agreement.
Endorsement of the CDP
disclosure platform for companies
"We fully support the necessary step towards transparency. It is only by assessing the climate risks of our economic activities that we will be able to develop sustainable growth strategies. We therefore support the CDP disclosure cycle and encourage all French companies to be as transparent as possible about the environmental impact of their activities."
Jean-Yves Le Drian, Minister of Europe and Foreign Affairs
Endorsement of the CDP
disclosure platform for companies and cities, states and regions
"An important means to drive action by non-Party stakeholders is our partnership with CDP, which aims to increase the number of companies, cities and regions which disclose and manage their climate and environmental risks and impacts. This is towards our goal to deliver on our NDC and the Sustainable Development Goals while stimulating low carbon, sustainable economic growth.”
Sergio Costa, the Minister for the Environment, Land and Sea of the Republic of Italy
Governments can use CDP's market-leading ESG data tools, research and analysis capacity, and procurement services for governments for a variety of potential projects.
*Additional collaboration opportunities are not covered by the funding support of the European Commission and other donors.
Work with CDP to produce collaborative research and insights reports.
Use CDP's market-leading environmental data tools to track industries' alignment to the Paris agreement
Use CDP's supply chain expertise and infrastructure to simplify green public procurement.
I am glad to see that the investor community is gearing up. We need you. We need you to invest more and invest differently, with climate neutrality and sustainability at the heart of your plans and calculations. This is what the CDP community is doing.Ursula von der Leyen, Head of the European Commission, speaking at the CDP Europe Awards, February 2020