Our cooperation with CDP started in the beginning of 2017 when a Memorandum of Understanding had been signed between UBC and CDP in the autumn of 2016. Since 2017, the Baltic Sea Region cities have become the forerunners in environmental reporting and in 2020 became the largest participating area in CDP reporting.
REPORTING PERIOD 2021
The 2021 reporting period was open from 6th of April to 29th of July. The guiding documents were published:CDP Cities Questionnaire 2021, accompanying Cities 2021 Reporting Guidance, Scoring Methodology 2021 and Frequently Asked Questions. UBC SCC would like to thank all active UBC cities who have continued their disclosure process despite the pandemic situation.
UBC-CDP COOPERATION REPORTS
UBC has been preparing annual reports from the data UBC cities have submitted to CDP with their permission and covered different topics to showcase the best practices in the Baltic Sea Region. Download the report by clicking on the image below.
USEFUL RESOURCES AND INSPIRATION
So that you can find all the relevant materials and inspiration for starting or continuing your city's reporting process, an array of materials has been gathered to help you.
- Info Package for UBC cities (April 2021)
- Q&A Live Session 10 June 2021 - rewatch the Session!
- Cities on the route to 2030 - Building a zero emissions, resilient planet for all (a CDP report, May 2021)
- Getting Started with the CDP and ICLEI Unified Reporting System- webinar — recording
- CDP-ICLEI Unified Reporting System: What's new this year — recording
- The climate leadership journey: CDP scores — recording
- Key tips for the UBC cities regarding CDP reporting from Lahti, Riga and Tartu
- Climate Risk and Vulnerability Assessments in cities
- Cities Lead The Race to Zero webinar recording
Find more inspirational materials.
COOPERATION IN PREVIOUS YEARS
Interested to learn more about UBC-CDP cooperation during the previous years? The website portrays the CDP reporting journey throughout 2017 to 2020.