This dataset contains all the data points for all states and regions reporting publicly in 2018 and 2019. When using this dataset, please refer to the 2018 and 2019 States and Regions questionnaire especially when identifying the relevant questions and associated question numbers.
In 2017, Over 120 cities used the Global Protocol for Community-Scale Greenhouse Gas Emission Inventories (GPC) methodology to calculate their emissions. This is a 70% increase on the previous year. Explore cities emissions inventory data to better understand what cities are managing.
Complete open data set for companies that responded to the 2014 water questionnaire.
Through our investor initiative 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 investor and supply chain initiatives. This data set excludes private responders.
This CDP dataset includes over 200 commitments disclosed by state, regional and provincial governments that have joined the Compact of States and Regions. These include emissions reduction targets, energy efficiency targets and renewable energy targets that apply to their government operations or are region-wide.
This dataset includes the urban risks to water supply as reported by cities in the 2018 CDP Cities questionnaire. Details of the risks alongside their magnitude of impact and timescale are included. For responses to other questions in 2018, please view the 2018 Full Cities dataset.