The 2022 CDP reporting platform is now open!
The 2022 CDP reporting platform is open between April and July! We are delighted to announce the launch of the 2022 reporting cycle and invite local authorities to share their climate and environmental data.
This year's new Cities Questionnaire offers a reduced (over 60%) number of questions. To reflect this renewed emphasis on tracking and action, the reporting platform’s name is changing, from the CDP-ICLEI Unified Reporting System to CDP-ICLEI Track. By reporting your local climate and environmental action through CDP-ICLEI Track, your jurisdiction will be one of over 1000 climate-ambitious local governments, leading the way in climate and environmental action and transparency.
- Get comprehensive support to guide and improve climate actions: If you report by the July 27th deadline, you will receive a CDP score and guidance on steps to improve your climate actions. Please note that your score is private to your local government except for the highest scoring participants, which CDP will publicly recognize on our A-List.
- Check the CDP Cities 2022 Scoring Methodology: it is designed to incentivize jurisdictions’ transition towards resilience and net-zero through equitable environmental action. The scoring process is a valuable opportunity for jurisdictions to get feedback on their climate and environmental planning.
- Explore the upcoming and recorded webinars for cities on the CDP Cities events page.
If you have any questions about reporting or CDP scores, please do not hesitate to contact email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.