CDP published its first research report for investors on the Shipping Sector. It ranks 18 of the largest publicly listed Shipping companies on business readiness for a low-carbon economy transition. The universe covers a diverse range of companies but focuses on the Bulk, Container and Tanker business segments of companies’ operations. 

In April, a group of investors with US$10.3 trillion in assets, including the Church of England and four of Sweden’s national pension funds, demanded that 683 mining companies, including the collapsed Brumadinho dam’s operator Vale, provide details of every tailings facility under their control.

88 investors with nearly US$10 trillion assets are targeting companies that are not transparent enough about their environmental impact, and pushing them to disclose this information through CDP. 


CDP works to transform the way the world does business to prevent dangerous climate change and protect our natural resources. We see a world where capital is efficiently allocated to create long-term prosperity rather than short-term gain at the expense of our environment. Click here for details.



CDP Climate Change

We believe that improving corporate awareness through measurement and disclosure is essential to the effective management of carbon and climate change risk. We request information on climate risks and low carbon opportunities from the world’s largest companies on behalf of 827 institutional investor signatories with a combined US$100 trillion in assets.


CDP Water

CDP's water program motivates companies to disclose and reduce their environmental impacts by using the power of investors and customers. The data CDP collects helps influential decision makers to reduce risk, capitalize on opportunities and drive action towards a more sustainable world.