PRLog - Oct. 9, 2012 - SAN DIEGO -- San Diego, Calif. -- ISOS Group, LLC is pleased to announce its recent status as a Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP) Silver Consultancy Partner in the U.S. As the world’s largest voluntary greenhouse gas emissions reporting organization, CDP works on behalf of 655 institutional investors representing US78 trillion in assets to assess risk across a broad spectrum of sustainability considerations, including climate change risk in their investment portfolios. CDP provides a transformative global system for thousands of companies and cities to measure, disclose, manage and share environmental information.
“ISOS Group has an excellent track record in carbon and sustainability reporting and we are pleased to welcome them as a silver consultancy partner in the US” says Paul Robins, Head of Corporate Partnerships at CDP.
CDP invites a limited number of organizations as partners and ISOS feels honored to join the ranks of those worldwide that have demonstrated a commitment to building a more sustainable economy. Building upon its successes in facilitating awareness of corporate social responsibility and advising in developing and publishing GRI-based sustainability reports, ISOS Group’s team is equipped to further drive the adoption of the CDP process across all sectors in the US.
In addition to its current sustainability reporting services, ISOS will provide clients with a full suite of services including CDP Response Check and guidance on corporate approaches to reporting on and reducing greenhouse gases.
Alexandru Georgescu and Nancy Mancilla, founders of ISOS Group note that:
"Operating out of California, one of the largest economies in the world and leaders in climate change policy in the U.S., ISOS Group is well positioned to support CDP’s mission towards greater transparency around carbon reporting. We have established an industry position in this field, and we believe that this partnership with CDP further enhances our value proposition to our corporate clients, allowing us to better respond to their carbon and water reporting needs and validate compliance with the relevant standards, be they regulatory or voluntary”.
The Carbon Disclosure Project is an independent not-for-profit organization providing a global system for companies and cities to measure, disclose, manage and share climate change and water information. Over 4,000 organizations across the world’s largest economies disclose their greenhouse gas emissions and assessment of climate change and water risk and opportunity through CDP, in order that they can set reduction targets and make performance improvements. CDP’s mission is to transform the global economic system to prevent dangerous climate change and value our natural resources by putting relevant information at the heart of business, investment and policy decisions. Its homepage is www.cdproject.net.