Paul Dickinson is Founder and Executive Chair of CDP (the Carbon Disclosure Project), an independent non-profit organisation whose aim is to transform the way the world does business, to prevent dangerous climate change and protect our natural resources.
Paul gave a Climate-KIC SPARK! lecture about CDP in Berlin in November 2014. A key focus of his talk is the role that citizens can play in changing the behaviour of large corporations in the context of climate change.
On the learning.climate-kic.org discussion forum share your ideas on any or all of the following questions or start your own thread:
- Paul Dickinson suggests creating an app to extend the use of CDP data to all of us. He says it should be: 'big, simple and incorruptible'.
What's it going to do?
- CDP: Simple idea, big impact. What's your simple idea which would really make a difference in the climate arena?
Share your thoughts.
- Paul Dickinson says that sustainability is something that governments don't do. But Mariana Mazzucato says government is a key player in driving innovation. See what she says by viewing our Perspectives on Innovation module.
How can governments help promote sustainability through innovation?
- What kind of business opportunity does CDP give rise to?
Can you come up with a business idea, which could leverage CDP data, for instance?