CDP: Almost 10,000 companies worldwide disclosed environmental data in 2020

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CDP was first set up in 2000 to secure better date on environmental risk from corporates
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CDP was first set up in 2000 to secure better date on environmental risk from corporates

Non-profit hails record year for climate, deforestation, and water risk reporting, as investor-backed group eyes plans to cover land and ocean data

Record numbers of companies, cities, states, and regions have reported their climate change, water security, and deforestation data to CDP in 2020, despite the disruption caused to the global economy by...

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