Skip to main content

Taggar

Senaste nytt

Suppliers report 434 million tonnes of emissions reductions as big buyers flex purchasing muscle

Pressmeddelanden   •   Jan 24, 2017 07:51 CET

New report from CDP looks at how the world’s largest purchasing organizations are using their buying clout to drive down emissions and costs across their supply chains. Analysing climate and water-related data disclosed by over 4,300, it reveals that suppliers achieved reductions equivalent to France’s 2014 emissions last year, resulting in cost savings of US$12.4 billion

Oil & gas majors reveal transatlantic divide in efforts to meet Paris targets

Pressmeddelanden   •   Nov 22, 2016 08:01 CET

New ‘In the pipeline’ report reveals European companies investing more in low-carbon technologies and shifting towards gas, as US companies risk being left behind

COMPANIES NOT MOVING FAST ENOUGH TO ADDRESS GROWING WATER RISK

Pressmeddelanden   •   Nov 15, 2016 06:01 CET

• Annual tracking study shows water-related impacts cost business US$14 billion this year; • Findings reveal poor water management could stop companies achieving 24% of their carbon cutting plans; • Major brands Ford, Toyota and Unilever among 24 corporations named in 2016 CDP Water A List for implementing best-practice strategies.

STEEL COMPANIES NEED TECH TRANSFORMATION AS WORLD GETS TOUGH ON EMISSIONS

Pressmeddelanden   •   Okt 06, 2016 06:21 CEST

CDP's new ‘Nerves of Steel’ report reveals how carbon pricing and stalled progress on decarbonization technologies will put steel industry through the mill

Cities Eye Economic Potential in Partnering with Business on Climate Action

Pressmeddelanden   •   Okt 04, 2016 09:03 CEST

Emergence of the low-carbon economy presents significant economic opportunity for cities to collaborate with business, develop new industry sectors and build resilience. This years disclosures through CDP reveal that many cities are already actively looking to partner with the private sector on climate change - one great example is collaboration between the city of Stockholm and Ericsson.

Investor collaboration helps reduce corporate emissions by 641 million tonnes

Pressmeddelanden   •   Dec 03, 2015 14:20 CET

- US$22 trillion investor group engaging with over 1,300 companies led by CDP; - Total reduction of 641 million tonnes of CO2e – equivalent to closing down over 168 coal-fired power plants; - New open-source methodology aims to establish ‘common language’ for greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions estimates

PDC överträffar målet om 100 miljarder USD i lågkoldioxidstrategier

Pressmeddelanden   •   Nov 30, 2015 09:34 CET

Portfolio Decarbonization Coalition (PDC) drivs av FN tillsammans med AP4, CDP och Amundi i syfte att investerare världen över till ska mäta och publicera sina koldioxidavtryck samt investera i lågkoldioxidstrategier.

Extractive sector struggles to make the grade: New report finds largest global miners failing to handle major climate risks

Pressmeddelanden   •   Nov 23, 2015 12:46 CET

A new report analyzing a group of the largest metal and mining companies has found they are failing to adequately manage carbon and water risks, with most unsupportive of new climate regulation. - Poor sector-wide management of carbon and water risks; - US$10bn or 15% of earnings at risk if carbon pricing tightens post COP21; - Glencore is worst performer on emissions related metrics.

A game changing day for the oil industry - BP shareholder resolution passed

Pressmeddelanden   •   Apr 16, 2015 16:31 CEST

Today, BP shareholders passed Resolution 25 at their annual general meeting; a supportive but stretching resolution which encourages BP to participate constructively in the transition to a low carbon economy.

Revealed: The Swedish companies doing most to combat climate change

Pressmeddelanden   •   Okt 15, 2014 09:19 CEST

Companies are benefiting from taking action on climate change, see strong climate policy benefiting their businesses, and are seeking climate policy signals to support low-carbon investment. So finds analysis released today by CDP, an international NGO that drives sustainable economies.

LANDMARK REGULATION ON NON FINANCIAL REPORTING IN THE EU

Pressmeddelanden   •   Sep 29, 2014 15:56 CEST

Today marked another step towards greater corporate transparency and performance on environmental and social matters, as the European Council agreed a pioneering new Directive governing corporate reporting of non-financial information. Large listed companies in the EU will now be required to disclose their environmental and social impacts as part of their mainstream reporting to investors.

United Nations and leading investors launch Coalition to decarbonize institutional investment worldwide at UN Summit

Pressmeddelanden   •   Sep 23, 2014 17:29 CEST

Commitment to decarbonize $100 billion of investment a group of leading institutional investors - including two of the largest asset managers, and Swedish AP4 - have joined forces with the United Nations Environment Programme and its Finance Initiative (UNEP FI), to substantially reduce the carbon footprint of US$100 billion of institutional investment worldwide.

Economic ramifications of climate change move cities to protect businesses, finds CDP report

Pressmeddelanden   •   Jul 10, 2014 10:50 CEST

A new study from CDP reveals that cities are already acting to protect local businesses from the physical threat of climate change. Increased communication and collaboration between municipal government and businesses also presents a substantial opportunity if cities are to realize their full potential for climate resilient futures and long-term prosperity.

Businesses are unaware of deforestation supply chain risks

Pressmeddelanden   •   Nov 19, 2013 22:43 CET

In a year of extreme weather events, commodity price spikes and supply chain disasters, CDP’s latest data from its forests program reveals that the business community remains largely unaware of the deforestation risks in their own supply chains, threatening shareholder value. Finnish UPM was praised as sector leader in the materials sector.

STRONG IMPROVEMENTS IN CLIMATE REPORTING

Pressmeddelanden   •   Okt 06, 2013 22:35 CEST

84% of total market value on the Nordic indices report greenhouse gas emissions and efforts to tackle climate change to investors through CDP, the only global environmental disclosure system. The quality of information provided is better than ever in 2013 and more companies are achieving top performance results.