The global economy keeps an eye on CDP, the gold standard of environmental reporting to focus investors, companies and cities on taking urgent action to build a truly sustainable economy by measuring and understanding their environmental performance.
In order to measure these performances accurately, the CDP scoring methodology and reporting criteria are updated and renewed every year.
What does this mean for your company and what impact will the changes within the CDP reporting criteria from 2019 to 2020 have on your figures? What are the most common pitfalls when preparing the report application? And what practical recommendations are there?
Join our free webinar and find out the answers to all these questions together with our two experts Nina Vogt and Markus Goetz from sustainable AG.
About the speakers:
Markus Goetz has over 10 years’ experience of advising companies on energy, climate and sustainability issues. He focuses on advising companies with regard to the development of climate strategies compatible with the 2°C target for GHG Protocol Scope 1-3 greenhouse gas emissions, the calculation and assessment of carbon footprints, providing sustainable finance support for companies and investors through Climate Impact Assessments, industrial enterprises in the EU Emissions Trading Scheme, CDP consultancy (Climate Change, Supply Chain and Water), implementation of mandatory CSR reporting and the development of climate action management tools.
Nina Vogt’s focus is on assisting companies with the development and implementation of sustainability strategies. This includes: consulting through the materiality analysis process, deriving CR strategies and action fields, and setting up necessary measures. Furthermore, she advises companies responding to the C
What can you expect:
- CDP introduction for new content owners and most common pitfalls
- Changes & novelties from 2019 to 2020
- Practical recommendations for a successful CDP reporting