October 16, 2019

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CDP Reporting: Disclosing Environmental Impacts

Organizer: Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship

Date: 02.10.15, 08:00AM – 02.10.15, 05:00PM ET

Location: Omni La Mansion del Rio | San Antonio, Texas

Sponsor:Boston College Center for Corporate Citizneship

Website: bit.ly/1u6LmUs

Are you curious about CDP reporting for your organization or looking to dive deeper into your metrics?  If yes, you're already on the right path towards demonstrating corporate social responsibility commitment and leadership.  It can be a COMPLEX task BUT you can get support.

Risks from climate change are increasing in urgency, likelihood, frequency, and impact, putting it as a top issue for senior leaders across all economic and political sectors. Increasingly investors are seeking information on climate-change risk; some 767 institutional investors holding $92 trillion in assets use CDP reporting data to help reveal the risk in their investment portfolio.  

More than 4,500 companies begin the process of measuring, managing, and reporting their ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS by completing the CDP Climate Change Questionnaire, which is a key standard for environmental emissions reporting. One factor driving their participation: large companies with comprehensive supply chains are strongly encouraging their business partners to participate.  

There are a number of actions you can take to increase your transparency and performance.  Whether you are a first-time responder or are looking to improve your CDP reporting score, you can learn more about CDP reporting in our upcoming 1 day course.

To register or learn more about this course and others offered by the Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship click here: http://bit.ly/1u6LmUs

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