"The fundamental problem is that we have national governments and global corporations," said Paul Dickinson, CEO of the Carbon Disclosure Project, a non-for-profit organization that is attempting to set a global standard for the reporting of greenhouse gas emissions. "This is a design flaw in the world, and we are pleased and proud to be fixing that by connecting it all together with a single reporting system for the globe."
Now seven years old, the organization has enlisted 475 investors, including more than 40 institutional investors, and it has persuaded more than 2,500 major global corporations to report emissions using its standards and reporting platform.
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