The Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP) is a global investor-backed initiative designed to encourage blue chip firms and their suppliers to publish information on their carbon emissions and climate change strategies.
The organisation acts on behalf of 475 institutional investors to send annual information requests to many of the world's largest listed companies asking that they provide data on their carbon emissions and climate change strategies.
It has secured publicly disclosed climate change data from over 1,500 firms globally.
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