CDP, formerly known as the Carbon Disclosure Project, is a non-profit that collects voluntarily disclosed data related to a corporation’s environmental impacts. CDP’s four programs – climate change, water, forests, and supply chain – allow companies to disclose emissions, resource use, and strategy within a defined global framework to address requests from shareholders, stakeholders, and customers. The organization represents more than 800 institutional investors managing $100 trillion in assets.
In our latest infographic (also available as a .pdf), find out who asks for and uses this environmental data, and what a company should consider when completing a CDP questionnaire.
Learn more about CDP from our other resources in this series:
If you’re interested in finding out more about the CDP reporting process, contact KT, Framework’s Director of Analytics.