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
With non-state action crucial for achieving national and international climate goals, endorsing CDP’s disclosure request enables governments to increase the quantity and quality of climate and environmental data reported to CDP each year, and drive faster action.
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 cities disclosing.
Endorse CDP's disclosure request 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 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 our expertise, insights 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.
Bespoke collaboration opportunities
Work with CDP on specific projects of high importance to the government body or agency, like our Italy Report with the Italian government.
Promote disclosure - Promote industrial-scale environmental and climate disclosure and engagement, aligned with the TCFD.
Be informed - Regular disclosure status updates during the disclosure period.
Join collective campaigns - Ability to opt-in to a global or national level non-disclosure campaign to encourage better disclosure in the next CDP disclosure period.
Support regulation success - Help companies and investors to better fulfill policy-driven or regulatory transparency requirements.
CDP data - Access to current and historical public company and local governments' CDP responses.
CDP scores - Access to all CDP public company and local government scores.
Public recognition - Of your institution's commitment to engaging with companies and local governments on environmental topics.
Speaking opportunities - Be considered with priority to provide speakers to CDP workshops and webinars for companies, investors and local governments.
Custom country profiles - CDP country factsheet, showcasing national disclosure and action by companies, investors and local governments.
*CDP gratefully acknowledges funding support of the European Commission and other donors, covering the listed benefits. Bespoke collaborations are not covered by the funding.
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