CDP has the most comprehensive collection of self-reported environmental data in the world. This data is invaluable for cities, companies and investors to take urgent action to build a truly sustainable economy.
Explore climate-related datasets for cities and states and regions on CDP’s Open Data Portal. Here you can freely access and download datasets to help provide you with insight into local climate action.
Our data is self-reported by governments through our annual questionnaire and includes information on emissions, climate actions and climate risks.
We encourage users to use this data to help governments track progress on reducing emissions, adapt to climate risks and drive economic development.
CDP has the most comprehensive collection of self-reported environmental data in the world used to map trends, model emissions data and pinpoint best practice. CDP’s data also informs investment research, products, indices and ESG ratings.
Access our suite of data tools or work with CDP to facilitate insight and action with the power of the largest primary environmental dataset.
Enjoy full access to information reported by thousands of companies to map trends, model emissions data and pinpoint emerging best practice. Delivered to you in a malleable format for maximum analytic potential, the CDP commercial data packages facilitate insight and action by matching your innovation and expertise with the power of the largest primary environmental dataset in the world.
CDP's commercial dataset can be licensed for use as an internal research and analysis tool, for consultancy work, or to develop impactful products and services.
Academic datasets can be licensed to a single faculty for research and peer-reviewed publication or as a university-wide resource for students and academics alike.
Our annual Companies A List celebrates corporate leadership on environmental performance and transparency, with CDP scoring thousands of companies from A to D- across climate change, deforestation and water security.
Meanwhile our new Cities A List names the world's cities leading on environmental action to reduce emissions, adapt to climate risks and manage water resources.