CDP has integrated the guidance from GFANZ (Glasgow Financial Alliance for Net Zero) on net zero transition plans into its reporting system.
The CDP Corporate Environmental Action Tracker (CEAT), launched in 2023, is an integral part of CDP's broader objective to enhance the accessibility and public availabili
The issuance of the inaugural standards, IFRS S1 and IFRS S2, by the International Sustainability Standards Board (ISSB), marks a significant milestone in the realm of sustainability-related disclosures across global capital markets.
CDP works to change the way bussinesses operate in order to mitigate the effects of climate change and preserve natural resources. At CDP we envision the world as a place where resources are effectively distributed for long-term prosperity, rather than pursuing short-term gains. You can learn more about this from Here .
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 525 institutional investor signatories with a combined US$130 trillion in assets.
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.
Most significant recognized global drivers of deforestation include cattle, mining, palm oil, rubber, soy, timber, cocoa and coffee. Ten to fifteen percent of greenhouse gas emissions are driven by the supply and demand dynamics of major forest risk commodities.