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Carbon Disclosure Project

Transparency about environmental data

The Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP) is a non-profit organization established in London in 2000 that aims to create transparency about environmental data. This includes climate-damaging greenhouse gas emissions and water consumption.

Once a year, the CDP collects data and information about companies’ CO emissions, climate risks and reduction targets and strategies. The data are provided on a voluntary basis through standardized questionnaires. The CDP manages what is now the world’s largest database of its kind.

Nordzucker has published data as part of the project since 2010.

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