California Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr., United Nations Climate Change Executive Secretary Patricia Espinosa and Mahindra Group CEO Anand Mahindra have joined forces to spur more businesses, cities, states and regions to transparently report carbon emissions and progress toward meeting verifiable emissions reduction goals.
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Greenhouse gas emissions from cement production must be reduced sharply if the world is to meet the climate change goals set out in the Paris agreement, a new report has suggested.
Making cement and concrete, which is the most consumed product in the world after water, entails substantial emissions of carbon dioxide, from the CDPcementconstructionEmissionsparis agreementtechnology Read More
A new report from CDP and the Climate Disclosure Standards Board (CDSB) shows a gap between the way companies identify climate-related risks and opportunities, and how they are preparing to tackle them. The research into 1,681 companies across 14 countries and 11 sectors disclosing to CDP looks at the four areas of disclosure identified by the Task Force on CDPclimate riskFSBTCFD Read More
UN Climate Change News, 1 February 2018 - Greater ambition to divest from fossil fuel investments and consistent climate action is needed from the global investor community to accelerate the move towards a low-carbon economy and a climate-resilient future, top UN officials said at a major investor summit in New York AdvocacyAXACDPCDPQCeresDisclosuregovernmentsinvestorsparis agreementUNEP FI Read More
A new report by CDP, formerly the Carbon Disclosure Project, shows growing risk to investment returns as companies are not addressing deforestation risks in their commodities supply chains. Over USD 900 billion of annual turnover is dependent on commodities linked to deforestation, including soy, palm oil, cattle and timber, making #deforestationCDPForestsRSPO Read More
A new report by CDP, formerly the Carbon Disclosure Project, shows that a growing number of companies are stepping up their response to climate change by embedding low-carbon goals into their long-term business plans, with many companies intending to ramp up ambition over the next couple of years.
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August 15, 2017 — “We are still in.” On June 5, 2017, with these four words a group of U.S. businesses and investors with a combined annual revenue of US$1.4 trillion sent a powerful message to the world: U.S. president Donald Trump may have withdrawn from the Paris agreement on climate change CDPClimate LeadershipScience Based TargetsWe Mean Business Read More
Just 100 companies have been the source of more than 70% of the world’s greenhouse gas emissions since 1988, according to a new report.
The Carbon Majors Report “pinpoints how a relatively small set of fossil fuel producers may hold the key to systemic change on carbon emissions,” says Pedro Faria, technical carbon trackerCDPFossil Fuels Read More
New baseline-setting report for corporate climate action will track progress against Paris climate goals in future editions, and finds companies already gaining competitive advantage from reducing their emissions;
Business is gearing up to go low-carbon with 85% of companies already having emissions reduction targets in place;
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Data released by CDP (formerly the Carbon Disclosure Project) on Monday shows that over 600 major international corporations with a combined market cap of US$12 trillion are already starting to factor the Paris Climate Change Agreement in their business plans before the major environmental legislation has become law.
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