CDP (formerly known as Carbon Disclosure Project) is an independent not-for-profit organization holding the largest database of primary corporate climate change information in the world.
All CDPs reports and results are available free of charge for non commercial use, but you have to create an account with CDP and register first to view their data.
Orkla works systematically to minimise its environmental footprint, and prepares an annual set of environmental accounts that show changes in its companies’ environmental impacts. Since 2008, Orkla has reported environmental information to the investor initiative CDP, which has become the foremost global system for climate and environmental reporting. CDP assessment covers policy, climate and energy accounts, measures implemented and improvements. The number of companies reporting to CDP rises every year, and CDP’s continually takes new steps to put environmental issues on the agenda.
The results for 2015 show that Orkla ranks among the 10–15% best companies, both at global level and compared with the 147 Nordic companies that have reported under the CDP’s Knowledge for Climate programme. In 2014, Orkla participated in the CDP’s Forest Programme for the first time, and in 2015 it also reported to the Water Programme.