Talk:Carbon Disclosure Project
Can anyone see any reason to keep this page? Obviously an advert, and I don't think it's notable enough to keep even if it was rewritten. Restepc 18:34, 3 October 2007 (UTC)
I think that the Carbon Disclosure Project is an organisation that is important enough to justify an entry. In a few short years they have gone from an idea to forcing /enabling companies to report their carbon emissions. Climate change is an important issue and CDP are playing a strong role. As an example the World Economic Forum has invited them to be the secretariat for a project which will create globally-recognised carbon disclosure guidelines for companies.
The second question is whether the page is good enough. Clearly a cut and paste job from a brochure is not good enough. So, perhaps it needs a good re-write? (A first time contribution - so apologies if I don't get the etiquette right.) bentdavid (talk) 17:41, 1 March 2008 (UTC)
After a bit of googling I'm inclined to agree. Welcome to wiki by the way, are you the same David Bent from forumforthefuture.org.uk?
Etiquette wise, as long as you're polite and try to keep edits of actual pages neutral I wouldn't worry.
Having problems adding the citations requested for the HBR and Zayed prize. Perhaps someone with more experience than I have can successd.
Zayed prize is not yet on Zayed website but is public at http://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20120117007117/en/Zayed-Future-Energy-Prize-Announces-Winners
When I try to add things it is locked onto a CDP site and I do not have the know how to get around it. Neil Fairhead 00:02, 19 February 2012 (UTC) — Preceding unsigned comment added by Neil Fairhead (talk • contribs)