CDP as a key player in climate reporting and other areas of sustainability
Extended Partnership: CDP stands for one of the longest established and largest initiatives for sustainability reporting taking supply chains into account. Launched almost twenty years ago as the Carbon Disclosure Project, CDP has successively expanded its collection of climate-related data to include water security, forests, and other important indicators such as biodiversity and circular economy.
Every year, investors and large purchasers requesting companies to disclose their environmental data trough CDP. In the Climate Change Questionnaire, for example, companies are asked to provide data and information on CO2 emissions, climate risks and opportunities, and reduction targets and strategies as well as supplier engagement. Science-based reduction targets (SBTs) to which companies commit, are gaining particular importance.
Partnership renewal with CDP
Since 2014, DFGE has been advising companies as an accredited Silver Climate Change Consultancy Partner of CDP on how to participate in sustainability reporting in compliance with relevant regulations. The strong partnership is extended again for two years. Our solutions cover CDP climate change, CDP supply chain, as well as CDP water security and forests. In addition to the partnership with CDP, DFGE remains a CDP science-based targets partner and facilitates compliance with the Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) recommendations.
Read more about our partnership with CDP in our latest press release.
For more than twenty years, DFGE has been assisting companies in carbon accounting, i.e. calculating product and company carbon footprints, and in participating in CSR reporting such as the CDP, UNGC, EcoVadis or GRI. As the unique partner of the CDP for science-based targets, we provide our customers with comprehensive advice on climate strategy and help them to operate climate-neutrally at product level or company-wide.
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