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The Yearbook captures the climate actions of businesses, investors, cities, regions and civil society, demonstrating that non-Party stakeholders are steadily progressing to achieve the central goal of the Paris Agreement.
Aggregate impact of the Global Covenant of Mayors for climate & energy
Boosting subnational climate action through new climate governance.
How over 100 states and regions are acting on climate change
CDP’s second annual analysis in the ‘Tracking corporate action on climate change’ series shows that companies are stepping up their response to climate change, setting more ambitious targets to drive longer-term progress towards their low-carbon future.
An increasing number of companies are waking up to the importance of water security, and CDP's 2017 Global Water Report shows a 193% increase in businesses leading the way on water stewardship.
CDP’s 2017 Global Forests Report makes a clear business case for investor action, highlighting the material risks that come from deforestation, and the opportunities emerging for those acting against it.
Explore how purchasers and suppliers are working together to improve sustainability across global supply chains and taking advantage of low-carbon opportunities
CDP’s first ever pan-European natural report finds the continent’s major companies driving global progress towards a low carbon, water-secure and deforestation-free world – yet a growing divide is emerging between leaders and laggards.