How to prepare for CDP reporting in 2022
Every year, the CDP reporting cycle seems to come around quickly. The advice for 2022 CDP reporting has already been released, and the response platform will be available in early April. It's best practice for reporting organisations to begin the process of compiling data and supporting material as soon as possible, in order to be prepared for reporting requirements.
Greenstone is holding a 30-minute webinar on ‘How to prepare for CDP reporting in 2022' on Tuesday 1st March at 11am ET / 4pm GMT. This expert webinar, with a guest speaker from CDP, will cover in detail how to prepare for CDP reporting in 2022, as well as offer some tips on how to improve on last years' response.
Join this 30-minute webinar, which will cover:
The CDP reporting timeline
What’s changed in 2022
CDP’s alignment with other frameworks
Best practice for preparing your data
Tips on how to improve your previous years’ response
Leveraging software to streamline your CDP reporting
Jake Yeoell, Head of Client Services, Greenstone
As Head of Client Services, Jake is responsible for Greenstone’s overall client delivery, management of the client services team and new business development opportunities. Jake also acts as Project Director to a number of clients who are utilising Greenstone’s award-winning and CDP-Accredited sustainability reporting software.
Mona Ackholm, Senior Corporate Engagement Officer at CDP
Mona is a Senior Corporate Engagement Officer who has been at CDP’s London office for 2 years. Mona manages CDP’s relationship with 210 high impact companies based in the UK and worldwide region, which includes the Middle East, Africa and Russia. She supports companies in taking actions that manage and reduce their environmental impacts and risks through disclosure to CDP. In encouraging them to disclose to CDP, Mona provides tailored support that enables companies to best position themselves against their peers and stay ahead of the curve. Her work extends to guiding companies throughout the various existing initiatives and frameworks in order to accelerate the transition to a low carbon economy. Prior to working at CDP, Mona completed an MSc in Environment & Sustainable Development at UCL.
Unable to join us on the day? We will record this webinar. If you are unable to attend live, please register and we will send you a link to the recording after the webinar.
Greenstone’s CDP reporting software
Greenstone is a Gold Accredited CDP software partner. Greenstone’s global sustainability management software has been designed to meet the requirements of CDP reporting and has a suite of dedicated tools to streamline the process. This includes GHG Protocol aligned data collection covering Scope 1, 2 & 3, climate change risks and opportunities, and an initiatives savings functionality for analysing savings against targets.
Using Greenstone’s software companies can:
- Define bespoke question sets from a range of reporting frameworks, including CDP, SASB, GRI and SDGs
- Collect data and supporting information across a diverse organization
- Consolidate data into internal and external reporting templates
As well as software, Greenstone provides its clients with support services to help them improve their reporting and achieve their broader sustainability goals. With in-depth knowledge of the CDP reporting system, our team of industry experts work closely with our clients through the whole process to ensure they submit a robust, clear and complete CDP response.