Saturday, October 25, 2014

Video - Companies Combating Climate Change (CDP Report)

In this video, Lord Adair Turner, Former Chairman of the Financial Services Authority, James Bevan, Chief Investment Officer at CCLA and Paul Simpson talk about the CDP report which ranks companies in terms of their climate performance. This report comes on the heels of Standard & Poor's Ratings Services which stated that climate change will hit countries' economic growth rates and public finances. Former U.S. Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson recently said that climate change is, "the single biggest risk that exists to the economy today."

The IPCC has also indicated that we are a mere 30 years away from exhausting our carbon budget. The current emissions trajectory is dangerously unsustainable. To address the crisis we face both businesses and governments need to substantially raise their carbon reduction efforts.

The Best and the Worst Climate Performers (CDP)
Climate Action Enhances Profit by 9.6% (2014 CDP Report)
Sustainability is Profitable According to the CDP's 2014 Climate Change Report
CDP Studies: Growth of Sustainability and Profitability
CDP Report Shows Sustainability Offers a Competitive Advantage & Better ROI
Corporate America is Benefiting from Taking Action on Climate Change
CDP Climate Disclosure Leaders List 2014
CDP Climate Performance Leaders List 2014
CDP Global 500 Climate Disclosure Leadership Index 2013
CDP Global 500 Climate Performance Leadership Index 2013
CDP Global Climate Change Leaders 2013: Top 12 Companies According to Both CPLI and CDLI
The CDP's 2013 Top Fourteen US Companies (Disclosure and Performance)
CDP Studies: Growth of Sustainability and Profitability
The Low Carbon Business Opportunity
US Firms are Improving but they are Being Outperformed on Sustainability
Top Ten Companies in the 2012 Carbon Disclosure Project Report
CDP Report Shows a Growing Number of Companies See the Risks Posed by Climate Change
CDP Identifies Germany as the Global Sustainability Leader
CDP Report Shows a Growing Number of Companies are Embracing Sustainability

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