CDP: Major investors to demand environmental data from 10,400 firms worldwide in 2022

Michael Holder
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Firms are being increasingly called upon to disclose and address risks posed to their business by climate and environmental threats
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Firms are being increasingly called upon to disclose and address risks posed to their business by climate and environmental threats

More than 630 financial institutions boasting over $130tr in assets will call on companies to provide climate and environmental disclosures this year

CDP has today announced that almost 10,400 major companies worldwide collectively worth $105tr in market capitalisation are facing direct calls from some of the world's biggest investors to disclose their...

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