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. The world’s economy looks to CDP as the gold standard of environmental reporting with the richest and most comprehensive dataset on corporate and city action.
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We want to see a thriving economy that works for people and planet in the long term. We focus investors, companies and cities on taking action to build a truly sustainable economy by measuring and understanding their environmental impact.
We must act urgently to prevent dangerous climate change and environmental damage. That starts by being aware of our impact so that investors, companies, cities and governments can make the right choices now.
CDP Worldwide (Europe) gGmbH - 'CDP Europe' - is a wholly owned subsidiary of CDP Europe AISBL, a charity based in Brussels, Belgium, directed by a 3-member board of trustees.
Headquartered in Berlin, Germany, CDP Europe is a charity under German law registered at local court of Charlottenburg with number HRB119156 B since April 2009, and registered on the EU Transparency Register since 2012.
CDP Worldwide (Europe) gGmbH’s income in the year ending 31 March 2019 (2018/19) was €2,45 million. View the full overview of our income, expenditure and funders in the financial year 2018/19.
CDP Europe has an operating subsidiary, CDP Europe – Services GmbH, which operates service-based activities to support the charity's activities.
CDP Europe's headquarters is in Berlin, Germany. Our staff members are also based in Brussels and Stockholm. Our work covers 26 EU member states, in addition to EFTA countries Norway, Switzerland, Iceland and Liechtenstein. CDP Worldwide's London headquarters manages CDP's operations in the United Kingdom and Ireland.
CDP have regional offices and local partners spanning 50 countries. There are now companies, cities, states and regions from over 90 countries disclosing through CDP on an annual basis.