Companies receive the request in February and must submit by June 30.
The questionnaire is divided into several sections to provide a logical structure to fully understand the actions your company is undertaking to address deforestation risk.
This explains each question in detail and includes what information to provide, the required format, and where to find tools or further information to construct your answer.
This includes the questionnaire, drafting document, reporting guidance, scoring methodology, and ORS guidance.
The guidance webinars provide an introduction to the forest program, explaining the value and opportunities that result from disclosing on forests, and how the disclosure process works.
- Why respond to CDP’s forests program?
This webinar is an introduction to the forests program and deforestation risk. It explains why disclosing to CDP on forests is a valuable process & opportunity for companies; how that disclosure process works; and briefly introduces the component parts of the 2016 questionnaire. It will be most useful to those people and companies new to CDP’s forests program.
- CDP's 2016 forests questionnaire and scoring
Listen to this technical webinar to learn more about the 2016 questionnaire and scoring methodology, including any changes made since last year.
- How to use the CDP scoring methodology
A short webinar to explain how to use the CDP scoring methodology documents.
- Your CDP score
Listen to this webinar to give you an understanding of your CDP score, which is applied to all our CDP programs.
Special focus webinars
- Deforestation-free supply chains: the importance of transparency and corporate disclosure
WWF's Director of Forests, Rod Taylor, reviewed the recent groundswell of corporate deforestation-free commitments and the opportunities and challenges to implement these in the 11 global deforestation fronts identified in the latest chapter of the WWF Living Forests Report, Saving Forests at Risk. The need for transparency was discussed as a key element to achieve a deforestation-free supply chain.