In 2016, 189 global cities publicly disclosed their annual city-wide emissions. Includes information about how cities measured emissions (primary protocol), as well as why emissions rose/fell since prior reporting period.
Scope 1 and 2 emissions from 482 of the largest 500 companies in the world by market capitalization. Also contains CDP response status. The dataset includes information on a company's sector, country and response status as well as the ticker symbol and ISIN number. For disclosing companies, information includes CDP Disclosure and Performance scores.
This map highlights the climate actions from the 100 states and regions that disclosed to CDP in 2016. It highlights more than 250 disclosed climate actions, including the emissions reduction, renewable energy and energy efficiency targets being tracked through CDP.
Complete open data set for companies that responded to the 2014 water questionnaire.
Through our water program we target the largest listed companies in the world, as determined by market capitalization, in sectors for which water is a material issue. We currently cover the Global 500, S&P 500 and FTSE 100 indices as well as the largest companies in Australia, Japan and South Africa.
Water is also incorporated into CDP’s supply chain program. In this initiative, large multinational companies (our supply chain members) issue CDP’s water questionnaire to a number of their suppliers. This exercise allows companies to investigate the water risk in their supply chain and gather vital information about water use outside their direct operations.
This year, we have invited approximately 2,300 companies to respond to CDP’s water questionnaire through our water program. This data set excludes private responders.
This data was collected in partnership by CDP and ICLEI - Local Governments for Sustainability.
This dataset outlines the city-wide emissions including a breakdown of the gases as well as the overall changes in the emissions reported. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for further information on the breakdown of emissions under this protocol and on how to use this data.
Cities are responsible for 75% of global greenhouse gas emissions. The transition to a sustainable economy will be won or lost in our cities. Explore how cities across the globe are working to measure their city-wide emissions, a vital first step towards taking ambitious climate action.