CDP and Carbon Inventory Reporting

The Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP) is an initiative where companies report their carbon emissions on a voluntary basis. In addition, companies seek to follow their carbon inventories in order to better manage issues such as investor demands, performance monitoring and management of risks in the value chain.

Within the scope of annual reporting to the international organization the CDP, companies' strategies for combating climate change, physical/transitional risks and opportunities brought about by climate change, emission reduction and efficiency enhancing practices are publicly reported. Escarus provides reporting consultancy services to companies which plan to report to the CDP for the first time, by guiding them within the scope of their existing activities, goals and strategies. Thanks to its expertise on climate change, Escarus provides support to companies which routinely report to the CDP in shaping their climate change strategies, managing unpredictable climate change risks and opportunities, and examining and improving their carbon inventory.

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