5 Effective Green Marketing Strategies
In recent decades, sustainability has become a priority for consumers, who are increasingly on the lookout for products that are high-quality, affordable AND environmentally-friendly. This has led companies to devise green product and marketing strategies.
CDP's 2016 scoring methodology has been released, and there are changes for this year! As CDP's Global Scoring Partner, FirstCarbon Solutions (FCS) has scored 15,600+ responses since 2011 and is an expert in the methodology*.
- The new single-letter scoring standard
- Changes in Scope 2 accounting and dual reporting
- Expanded criteria for target setting
- New questions on renewable energy
- Changes in risk and opportunities
To view a recording of our ‘Understanding CDP’s 2016 Methodology’ webinar, please click here
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