VOX Conversation with Paul Dickinson, Carbon Disclosure Project
Posted on February 16, 2011
We recently had the opportunity to sit down with Paul Dickinson, Executive Chairman of the Carbon Disclosure Project, an independent not-for-profit organization that holds the world’s largest data exchange of primary corporate climate change information. To listen to our conversation with Paul, click this link to the podcast. CDP manages this information on behalf of more than 550 institutional investors, holding $71 trillion in assets under management. We asked Paul to share his thoughts about the politics of climate change in the U.S.; how the CDP helps companies transition to an economy less dependent on carbon; and opportunities for the U.S. to lead this global transition. If you’d like more information on the growing significance of the CDP, I invite you to read this story from the Harvard Business Review. Again, click this link to the podcast of our conversation with Paul.
For more on the Carbon Disclosure Project please see the post: Change is Coming to Energy Production and Consumption.