Cities are rapidly becoming the hubs driving the sustainable transition, says CDP’s Director of Cities, States and Regions, Kyra Appleby. To date over 570 cities have disclosed to CDP. Here’s five reasons why even more cities should join them.

Asking the right questions helps companies gain deep insight, develop innovative solutions and make more informed decisions, says CDP’s Director of Reporting, Tony Rooke. This is why CDP is moving to sector-focused disclosure.

New York/San Francisco, 4 June 2018 – California Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr., United Nations Climate Change Executive Secretary Patricia Espinosa and Mahindra Group CEO Anand Mahindra today joined forces to spur more businesses, cities, states and regions to transparently report carbon emissions and progress toward meeting verifiable emissions reduction goals.


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