Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP)
What's it all about?
- The CDP publishes worldwide environmental data
- The focus is on climate protection, water quality and forest use
- METRO is a member of the CDP
The Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP) is an independent organisation that gathers and publishes worldwide environmental data from companies, cities and municipalities. The organisation was founded in London in 2000 as the Carbon Disclosure Project and has simply been known as CDP since 2013. The goal of the CDP is to create transparency and to publish relevant data in three topic areas: greenhouse gas emissions, water quality and forest use.
CDP makes carbon emissions transparent
Once a year, the organisation uses standardised surveys to gather data from companies on carbon emissions, climate risks, as well as reduction targets and strategies. CDP compiles the information into a database and rates the participating companies. METRO has already received several high ratings for measures that contribute to reducing carbon emissions and developing a low-carbon economy.
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