CDP2010 <br />TBLI 2010<br />Carbon Disclosure Project  (www.cdproject.net)<br />michiyo.morisawa@cdproject.net<br />Name ...
The Power of Transparency<br />Background to CDP<br />Not-for-profit organisation founded in 2000<br />Annual climate chan...
 50 Supply Chain Members
 19 public sector bodies</li></ul>2,500 companies answered the questions in 2009<br />“<br />Companies and investors that ...
CDP’s annual cycle of improvement<br />Information Request sent to companies on behalf of CDP signatory investors <br />In...
CDP 2010 Samples<br />CDP in >60 countries worldwide<br />Total 31 samples, 20 country sample including Japan 500<br />
CDP 2009 Japan 500 Result<br />Japanese companies recognized Regulatory Risk & Opportunities<br />
CDP 2009 – Insights of Japan 500<br />Japanese companies disclosed emissions Scope 1 & 2<br />Inside of Japan <br />Outsid...
CDP 2009 Japan 500 Result<br />Reporting boundary (%)<br />Reduction target (%)<br />
CDP 2009 – Response Trends<br />International comparison of Response Trends <br />Based on response number: 409 of Global ...
CDP 2009 Finding<br />International comparison of Response Trends of Scope 3 <br />Measurement & Reporting Obligation <br ...
Increasing CDP Data Use<br />CDP Data available on Bloomberg<br />
CDSB<br />Climate Disclosure Standard Board (CDSB)<br />“CDSB works to develop a globally accepted framework, based on exi...
CDSB 2010<br /> CDSB Investor Engagement Program 2010 <br />CDSB’s investor engagement program complements the Carbon Disc...
CDP Water Disclosure Project<br />CDP Water Disclosure Project 2010<br />To raise awareness and understanding of the busin...
CPD Water Disclosure Project 2010<br />Companies selected for  2010<br />Focus on world’s largest companies in sectors tha...
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Findings and Results from the CDP Japan 2009 Report

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Presentation by Michiyo Morisawa, Director Japan - Carbon Disclosure Project Japan - Japan

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  • These graphs shows the comparison of response trends among Global 500, S&amp;P 500 (= US500), FT350(=UK350), and Japan 500.Please note that Based on response number: 409 of Global 500, 332 of US500, 236 of UK350, 187 of Japan500
  • Findings and Results from the CDP Japan 2009 Report

    1. 1. CDP2010 <br />TBLI 2010<br />Carbon Disclosure Project (www.cdproject.net)<br />michiyo.morisawa@cdproject.net<br />Name of presentation<br />Name of presenter<br />
    2. 2. The Power of Transparency<br />Background to CDP<br />Not-for-profit organisation founded in 2000<br />Annual climate change Information Request sent from:<br /><ul><li> 534 investors with assets of $64 trillion
    3. 3. 50 Supply Chain Members
    4. 4. 19 public sector bodies</li></ul>2,500 companies answered the questions in 2009<br />“<br />Companies and investors that are able to assess risks and seize new opportunities will be ahead of the curve in terms of global competitiveness… that is why the work of the Carbon Disclosure Project is crucial.<br />CDP is the global standard for measurement and reporting of climate change information.<br />“To collect and distribute high quality information that motivates investors, corporations and governments to take action to prevent dangerous climate change.”<br />”<br />Ban Ki Moon<br />Secretary-General ,United Nations<br />
    5. 5. CDP’s annual cycle of improvement<br />Information Request sent to companies on behalf of CDP signatory investors <br />Information Request refined with feedback from investors and companies<br />Companies disclose against the Information Request; CDP analyses responses and reports findings to signatory investors <br />3<br />
    6. 6. CDP 2010 Samples<br />CDP in >60 countries worldwide<br />Total 31 samples, 20 country sample including Japan 500<br />
    7. 7. CDP 2009 Japan 500 Result<br />Japanese companies recognized Regulatory Risk & Opportunities<br />
    8. 8. CDP 2009 – Insights of Japan 500<br />Japanese companies disclosed emissions Scope 1 & 2<br />Inside of Japan <br />Outside of Japan <br />M tCO2-e<br />China<br />Japan total 1.37 billion tonnes CO2-e<br />100%<br />USA<br />Mandantory reporting 650 million tonnes CO2-e<br />47% <br />Thai<br />Singapore<br />Companies emissions Reporting to CDP <br />523 million tonnes CO2-e<br />38% of Japan Total<br />Malaysia<br />Taiwan<br />Mexcio<br />1500<br />3000<br />M tCO2-e<br />
    9. 9. CDP 2009 Japan 500 Result<br />Reporting boundary (%)<br />Reduction target (%)<br />
    10. 10. CDP 2009 – Response Trends<br />International comparison of Response Trends <br />Based on response number: 409 of Global 500, 332 of US500, 236 of UK350, 187 of Japan500 <br />
    11. 11. CDP 2009 Finding<br />International comparison of Response Trends of Scope 3 <br />Measurement & Reporting Obligation <br />Based on response number: 409 of Global 500, 332 of US500, 236 of UK350, 187 of Japan500 <br />TBLI 2010<br />
    12. 12. Increasing CDP Data Use<br />CDP Data available on Bloomberg<br />
    13. 13. CDSB<br />Climate Disclosure Standard Board (CDSB)<br />“CDSB works to develop a globally accepted framework, based on existing standards, for corporate reporting on climate change.”<br />California Climate ActionRegistry, CDP,CERES, Climate Group, IETA,World Economic Forum,WRI <br />Technical Working Group: <br />Deloitte, Ernst & Young, KPMG, PricewaterhouseCoopers <br />Association of Chartered Certified Accountants <br />Canadian Institute of Chartered Accountants <br />International Federation of Accountants <br />Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales <br />Japanese Institute of Certified Public Accountants<br />www.cdsb-global.org<br />TBLI 2010<br />
    14. 14. CDSB 2010<br /> CDSB Investor Engagement Program 2010 <br />CDSB’s investor engagement program complements the Carbon Disclosure Project’s annual demand for climate information and the recent successful INCR petition to the SEC requiring clearer guidance on reporting climate risk. <br />e.g., consolidation trends and preferences<br /> e.g., placement of information relative to financial reporting<br />e.g., credibility issues; indeterminate standards for carbon intensities<br />for the application of climate risk-related disclosures in portfolio construction<br />models supporting use of climate risk-related disclosure<br />e.g. influence of climate risk-related information on investment decisions<br />, <br />benefits associated with mainstream climate change-related disclosure<br />to user needs for consistent and comparable information <br />Respond<br />Understand<br />Identify<br />Determine<br />
    15. 15. CDP Water Disclosure Project<br />CDP Water Disclosure Project 2010<br />To raise awareness and understanding of the business risks and opportunities around water<br />To make meaningfulreporting on water standard corporate practice globally within 5 to 10 years<br />To support and accelerate the development of standard measures and performance benchmarks<br />To provide data that informs decision-making by investors, companies and governments<br />To catalyse action towards sustainable water management<br />CDP Water Disclosure – Goals<br />13<br />
    16. 16. CPD Water Disclosure Project 2010<br />Companies selected for 2010<br />Focus on world’s largest companies in sectors that are water intensive or face particular water-related risk <br />Automotive<br />Chemicals<br />Food & beverage<br />Mining<br />Oil & gas<br />Pharmaceuticals<br />Power generation<br />Semiconductors<br />All companies are encouraged to respond (regardless of whether they are one of the 302)<br />14<br />
    17. 17. CDP Water 2010 Information Request<br />CDP Water Disclosure Project 2010<br />CDP Water Disclosure – 2010 Information Request<br />15<br />
    18. 18. CDP Water 2010<br />Questions cover:<br />For companies’ own operations and supply chains:<br />Water stress (% of own ops/key water-intensive inputs in water-stressed areas)<br />Physical risks <br />Regulatory risks<br />Other risks (e.g. product, reputational and litigation risk)<br />Detrimental water-related impacts in past 5 years<br />Opportunities<br />Linkages between water and energy/carbon<br />16<br />
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