• People Moves 22 October: ICMA, CDP, Nordea and more

    22 October 2021
  • CDP chooses Nicolette Bartlett as Chief Impact Officer

    22 October 2021
  • Members of EU Technical Expert Group on Sustainable Finance announced

    13 June 2018

    The European Commission has announced the members of its Technical Expert Group on Sustainable Finance.

  • CDP and French Government to assess low-carbon transition readiness

    22 February 2017

    CDP – formerly known as the Carbon Disclosure Project – and the French government have partnered in a new initiative to assess company readiness for the transition to a low-carbon economy.

  • Shareholders criticise BlackRock's environmental voting [Updated]

    28 November 2016

    BlackRock has been criticised by shareholders for failing to back climate change resolutions despite publicly calling for investors to take action on the issue.

  • The future of climate disclosure - from data to de-risking

    13 July 2016

    As the FSB climate reporting task force continues its deliberations, CDP's Jane Stevensen sets out the principles that should underpin effective disclosure

  • Number of companies with emissions targets doubles, says CDP

    06 November 2015

    Hewlett Packard Enterprise has urged companies to "take swift and bold action" to address climate change, as research reveals the number of firms with emissions-reduction targets has doubled since 2010.

  • 2015 has seen an 'inexorable rise' in voluntary carbon pricing for corporates, says CDP

    23 September 2015

    There has been an "inexorable rise" in the number of public companies putting a price on carbon, according to a report from CDP.

  • CDP and South Pole launch water scoring system for companies

    22 July 2015

    A system for assessing and comparing companies' water management practices is being launched by CDP – the non-profit formerly known as the Carbon Disclosure Project – and South Pole, an advisory company and project developer based in Switzerland.

  • Regulators urged to demand better disclosure of climate risks [UPDATED]

    14 October 2014

    Securities regulators should demand that oil, gas and coal companies stress-test the potential impact of climate-related risks on their business, says the Carbon Tracker Initiative (CTI).