Webinar: An Introduction to CDP in Southeast Asia

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Singapore United Kingdom

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This webinar is a platform for companies invited to respond to CDP in 2016 to understand the disclosure process of its programs, and help companies understand the value and benefits of reporting to CDP. For this session, we will focus a large part of our discussion on CDP’s climate change program.

CDP is changing the landscape of climate change management. Since 2013, the number of Global 500 companies that have integrated climate change into their business strategy has increased by 60%. Accountability is paramount in protecting our natural resources and preventing dangerous climate change, and CDP’s mission to harness market forces in order to drive change.

In this short 40-min Q&A style webinar, we will touch upon the latest updates from CDP in terms of scoring, and discuss the most frequently-asked questions we receive from our clients relating to CDP. Topics to be discussed will include:

  • An introduction to CDP
  • Participation in CDP and the benefits of responding
  • Changes to CDP scoring in 2016
  • CDP’s climate change program and others
  • Reporting effectively and reporting boundaries
  • The CDP reporting timeline

Please do submit your own CDP-related questions ahead of the webinar, using the registration form below.

Date: Thursday 21st April

Time: 4:00pm – 5:00pm SGT

(9:00am BST, 10:00am CET)

REGISTER HERE

This session will be a 40-minute Q&A session with Stephanie Campbell and Laura Pitkin from CDP; led by Junice Yeo, Director of Corporate Citizenship Southeast Asia. Corporate Citizenship is a proud accredited climate change consultancy partner of CDP in the UK.

Sponsor/exhibitor contact

Emma Upton
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Supporting Organisations

ABB
Asia Plantation Capital
Diamond Energy
Basf
City Developments Ltd
DNV-GL
Geocycle
Sindicatum
Olam