Date: Thursday, January 14, 2021
This webinar provides an overview of CDP’s Investor Signatory program and how participating asset owners and managers can leverage our disclosure database to support sustainability and climate-related investment goals.
For over two decades, CDP has been driving environmental action through its disclosure system supported by its investor signatory network. CDP requests environmental disclosure data from thousands of organizations on behalf of its global group of 550+ Investor Signatories. The disclosure process allows organizations to improve transparency, and Investor Signatories are then able to use the data disclosed by companies on climate change, deforestation, and water security to engage with corporates and inform their investment decisions. Furthermore, CDP’s climate change dataset is fully TCFD aligned, allowing investors to access standardized and comparable TCFD-aligned data to identify risks and opportunities.
Participants of this session will learn:
- What it means to be a CDP Investor Signatory
- The cutting-edge ESG data and research reports available to Signatories
- The various opportunities for Signatories to participate in our corporate engagement campaigns
- Download the slides as a PDF here
- Learn more about CDP's Non-Disclosure Campaign, including the 2020 Results report
Thomas Humphries - Account Manager, Capital Markets, CDP
Tom manages many of CDP’s relationships with North American Investor Signatories, working on data analysis, communications strategy, corporate engagement campaign support, recruiting new Signatories, and otherwise promoting CDP's work to the capital markets. Previously, he was an economist with Climate Analytics, and has worked as an economic analyst for the UN’s economic monitoring unit and the Australian Government. He holds a degree in development economics and international finance from the Fletcher School at Tufts University.
Conor Hartnett - Project Officer, Capital Markets, CDP