The CDP reporting period seems to come around quickly every year. Today, in a time of increased attention on a company’s environmental performance, reporting to CDP should be viewed as a strategic exercise, not just a box to check. Whether you have been reporting for years, or are reporting for the first time in 2023, preparing your data ahead of time should be a key priority.
Greenstone, with a guest speaker from CDP’s Corporate Engagement team, is holding a 30-minute webinar on what to expect from CDP reporting in 2023 and how you can start preparing for the reporting cycle.
This 30-minute webinar covers:
Jake Yeoell, Head of Client Services, Greenstone
As Head of Client Services in EMEAA, 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 with a number of clients who are responding to CDP and collecting the required data through Greenstone’s CDP-Accredited sustainability reporting software.
Rosie Rust, Senior Corporate Engagement Officer, CDP
Rosie joined CDP as a Senior Corporate Engagement Officer in 2022, where she facilitates a smooth experience for companies at all stages of their disclosure journey. More broadly, she aids in furthering CDP’s engagement with some of its emerging worldwide regions, including Turkey and Russia. She has an MSc in Sustainable Energy Systems from the University of Edinburgh, and previously worked to implement decarbonisation strategies within the construction industry.