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Philip Vuong

Philip Vuong Philip graduated from California State Polytechnic University with a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Biology with a focus in Ecosystem Ecology and Management. As ADEC Innovations' technical lead for various CDP consulting services, GHG inventories, and CSR reports, he has extensive experience working with multinational companies to evaluate and improve the sustainability performance of their operations and supply chains.

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ADEC ESG Solutions is hosting a live webinar to help you learn about CDP Principles and where these principles come into play in responding to not only CDP, but other reporting frameworks as well. Join our webinar on February 22 or 24 (Pacific Time) to understand the fundamentals —and what to look out for in 2021.

Improve Your CDP Response

Posted by Philip Vuong on May 8, 2019 10:00:00 AM


You have started responding to CDP’s disclosure questionnaire but have consistently received a Disclosure (D-/D) or Awareness (C-/C). You have aspirations to improve your reporting practices and to become more transparent in your disclosure environmental impact. You are working to take firmer action towards reducing emissions, and to achieve Management (B-/B) level or above from CDP in recognition of these improvements.

The CDP response season is over for another year. If your company participated in the world’s most widely-recognized measurement of carbon emissions this year, then it is time for a moment of celebration - but not a vacation. There is plenty you can be doing as the 2018 CDP cycle wraps up, and as the 2019 cycle begins, to build on your momentum for an even better response next year.

The CDP response period may be over for this year, but it is hardly the time to kick back and relax just yet. Every organization should be thinking about planning and implementing the carbon management activities, strategies, actions, and policies that define your approach to environmental sustainability for 2019—and the years to come.