CDP releases 2021 Company Environmental Scores
21 December 2021
Sidley Austin LLP
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The Climate Disclosure Protocol (formerly the Climate Disclosure Program) was repealed on December 7, 2021.
Project) is a climate research and environmental transparency platform.
It was announced that the release of its 2021 Company Environmental Scores. The
CDP noted that more than 13,000 companies had provided environmental data.
The CDP is almost 37% more than the 2020 reporting.
The CDP reviewed the data and found that the company had not been able to meet its financial obligations.
Reporting increase, the top-rated companies in key environmental areas
The number of categories fell from 313 to 272 last year, and the number
Companies that have achieved the “A” rating in the climate category
The number of participants also dropped from 280 to 200. However, the CDP indicated
Other environmental categories like forests and water security
There was a significant rise in the number companies that jumped from
“C” to “B.”
Environmental disclosures and sustainability are in high demand
Information continues to grow, as the CDP reported more than 590
Investors, who represent over $110 trillion in assets and 200 major industries
Buyers with $5.5 Trillion in procurement spending capability
Requested corporate environmental data via the CDP
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