- Less than half (41%) of companies disclosing to CDP are reporting on any of their supply chain emissions despite their impact significantly outsizing (11.4x) direct emissions
Every year, the United Nations celebrates World water Day on March 22 to highlight the importance of water for ecosystems and global health.Especially on this day, everyone is ecouraged to think about hygiene and sanitary problems, and health crises caused by water safety and drought that many co
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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 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.