Resalta has established a formal partnership with CDP, a global non-for-profit organisation that helps companies and cities disclose their environmental impact, to become its Accredited Solutions Provider. This will help ensure that our recommendations are aligned with international best practice on monitoring and reporting.
CDP is the global non-profit which runs the world’s environmental disclosure system used by over 13,000 companies and 1100 cities, states, and regions globally and backed by investors with assets of $110 trillion. The world’s economy looks to CDP as the gold standard of environmental reporting with the richest and most comprehensive dataset on corporate and city action.
Resalta has renewed accreditation as a CDP silver carbon reduction partner for Slovenia, Czechia, Croatia, Serbia, Hungary, Montenegro, Bulgaria, and Romania as it looks to support companies to implement ambitious sustainability practices.
Paul Robins, Head of Corporate Partnerships, CDP:
" I am pleased that Resalta is renewing its carbon reduction Accredited Solutions Provider partnership with CDP in Eastern and Central Europe. Resalta will bring value to companies in Slovenia, Czechia, Croatia, Serbia, Hungary, Montenegro, Bulgaria & Romania engaging with CDP in supporting the implementation of leading actions to manage their risks and reduce environmental impacts."
Luka Komazec, CEO of Resalta:
"I am delighted that Resalta continues the partnership with the CDP to bring even better service to our clients, accompanying them on their journey to net zero. Nothing can be improved unless it is measured. We hope this partnership will encourage clients to monitor, measure and disclose their emissions. Reporting helps keep us transparent and accountable, and I have no doubt that our clients who choose to benefit from our disclosure practices will find that their road to carbon neutrality will become much clearer."
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