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, Secretary General, United Nations
Tuesday, June 5, 2018 3:00 pm BST. CDP’s forests program is expanding to look at how metals & mining companies are managing impacts and realising opportunities within forests and biodiversity. We are developing a new questionnaire which companies will be invited to respond to in 2019. This free webinar will discuss how, in the context of resource-depletion and increased demand, mining activities are more likely to move into remote and ecologically sensitive areas, increasing biodiversity risks and the importance managing those risks. The speakers will be Thomas Maddox (Senior Technical Specialist, Fauna & Flora International) and Susanne Schmitt (Extractives & Infrastructure Manager, WWF), while the webinar will be moderated by Eugenie Mathieu (Senior SRI Analyst, Aviva Investors).
This free webinar is produced by CDP in partnership with Trase, a supply chain transparency tool that seeks to transform our understanding of how companies, governments and other actors involved in the trade of agricultural commodities are linked to impacts and opportunities for more sustainable production. The webinar will provide an overview of CDP’s forests program before discussing how Trase can be used to help companies gain transparency down their supply chain. It will also include a demo of the Trase tool. The webinar will be of interest to all companies which respond to the CDP forests program.
This free webinar will discuss why supplier engagement is key to creating and maintaining a sustainable supply chain. It will provide an overview of the CDP forests program before bringing an expert in the field to discuss the primary supplier engagement measures taken by leaders to promote sustainability in their supply chains. The webinar will be of interest to all companies which respond to the CDP forests program.
CDP is an international organisation, 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.