CDP is a not-for-profit charity that runs the global disclosure system for investors, companies, cities, states and regions to manage their environmental impacts. Over the past 15 years we have created a system that has resulted in unparalleled engagement on environmental issues worldwide. Find out more about how we work.
Our vision is for a thriving economy that works for both people and planet. Together, we can tip the balance and achieve this vision.
The work of CDP is crucial to the success of global business in the 21st century... helping persuade companies throughout the world to measure, manage, disclose and ultimately reduce their greenhouse gas emissions. No other organization is gathering this type of corporate climate change data and providing it to the marketplace.Ban Ki-moon, Former Secretary General, United Nations
For a list of all our upcoming events please visit our events page.
Insights from the global forests data and how companies can better to implement and report on commitments. Reflecting on the level of corporate awareness and action to remove deforestation from commodity supply chains across the of four critical forests risk commodities: cattle products, soy, palm oil and timber and their derivatives. 10:00 Berlin // 16:00 Beijing
Insights from the global forests data and how companies can better to implement and report on commitments. Reflecting on the level of corporate awareness and action to remove deforestation from commodity supply chains across the of four critical forests risk commodities: cattle products, soy, palm oil and timber and their derivatives. 11:00 New York// 10:00 Mexico City
This webinar co-hosted by CDP and ICLEI will inform you about how to accurately collect and report risk and adaptation related data through the CDP online reporting platform. The webinar provides details of the multiple tools and guidance provided by each organization to help build resilience in your city
Have you recently declared a climate emergency? Are you struggling to know what to do next?
This webinar provides a beginner’s guide to climate reporting and goal setting: For the climate declarations to be credible and drive real change most effectively; transparency, data-driven planning and effective monitoring and reporting are key. Gathering and understanding information about the current situation for your area will give your constituents confidence in the ambition and effectiveness of your actions. High quality data will support public engagement; business and investment decisions and will ensure that you are able to target your actions towards the most significant sources of emissions and deliver the highest reductions.
Are you curious how your city’s goals and action stack up to the latest climate science? This year, as part of your CDP disclosure, you can enter World Wildlife Fund’s One Planet City Challenge (OPCC) and receive actionable feedback about how your city measures up to a 1.5 degree reduction pathway. You can also see you work side-by-side with a diverse global cohort of cities for insight exploring new ideas.
Now in its eighth year, the OPCC is an initiative organized by WWF to guide cities towards the most effective, evidence-based climate action, as well as recognize outstanding leadership.
WWF, together with C40 and Arup have developed a new assessment methodology expanding on C40’s Deadline 2020 framework allowing any city to better measure their action in-line with the Paris Agreement and IPCC 1.5 report. Cities wishing to participate in the One Planet City Challenge (OPCC) are invited to report their climate ambitions through CDP’s reporting platform.
Watch this webinar from WWF and CDP on the OPCC and more benefits to disclosure this year.
This webinar covers the 2019 CDP Cities scoring methodology, with an overview of how cities’ responses will be assessed across the 2019 questionnaire. Watch this webinar to get an understanding of how to improve your city’s response from last year, and progress your city’s climate leadership in future.
CDP is an international organization, with regional offices and local partners spanning 50 countries. There are now companies, cities, states and regions from over 90 countries that disclose to CDP.