How Does Positive CDP Performance Drive Positive Financial Performance?

Environmental disclosure is becoming common practice across industries. The climate change benefits of transparency are fairly well-established, and evidence is mounting that environmental disclosure and being an environmental leader can result in higher profits and stronger financial performance. According to CDP (formerly the Carbon Disclosure Project), on average, high-scoring corporations earned 67% higher Return on Equity (ROE) than non-responders, 18% higher ROE than low-scoring peers, and have 50% lower volatility than low-scoring peers.

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