Carbon Smart have experts looking closely at the key changes in the 2018 CDP questionnaires and we advise you to start thinking about this year’s responses now. CDP has become the ultimate standard for sustainability disclosure and encourages companies to develop transparency, accountability, measurement and management of their environmental impacts. The CDP’s reporting framework is constantly evolving, making it harder for businesses to hit those top scores. Companies are encouraged to increase the level of the disclosure year on year and greater emphasis is placed on areas including strategy, risks and targets in 2018.
This year’s CDP questionnaires contain a number of key developments that many organisations will need support with when preparing for submission deadlines- 15th August for climate change questionnaire and 29th August for supply chain questionnaire.
Watch this webcast to learn how the recent changes in CDP disclosure will impact organisations and gain an understanding of the following:
- What’s new in 2018 – changes include a tiered system of reporting, sector-specific questionnaires, science-based targets and scenario analysis
- Target areas to focus your efforts when writing this year’s response
- Top tips for maximising your score