CDP’s Expansion to Biodiversity: The Latest Corporate ESG Challenge – Webinar Organized by denkstatt and CDP

As part of its new strategy, CDP now focuses on biodiversity – a topic that is also being prioritized by GRI. When the new GRI Biodiversity Standard publishes in mid-2023, it will aim to set the global best practice for reporting on biodiversity and companies need to be ready for it.

Wed, Nov 16, 2022 11:30 AM – 12:30 PM EET

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Biodiversity is going to be the “new hot topic” and will be dealt with to the same extent as climate change. However, while the issue of climate is a maturing topic, biodiversity is still poorly understood, and is, in fact, more complex. As an accredited CDP partner, denkstatt will demonstrate what lies ahead in terms of biodiversity reporting and will elaborate on what companies can do to get started in integrating biodiversity into their corporate sustainability management.


  • CDP’s trends in expanding environmental transparency
  • Upcoming biodiversity reporting requirements
  • Key factors for successful biodiversity management with practical examples from denkstatt’s work across multiple sectors.

About the speakers:

Julia Koczorowska is the Corporate engagement manager for Central and Eastern Europe at CDP. She works with the largest stock-listed companies in the region to increase their environmental transparency and fosters ambitious action in the area of climate, forests and water security.

Barbara Hönigsberger is biodiversity consultant at denkstatt Austria. She plans corporate biodiversity strategies and is contact person to all topics regarding biological diversity and ecosystem services. Her background lies in ecology as well as nature conservation and biodiversity management.

Martin Haustermann is a Senior Consultant at Soil & More Impacts (SMI) with the focus on True Cost Accounting (TCA) and Sustainability Accounting. He is an environmental engineer (TU Berlin) and has gained 4 years of experience in an environmental NGO (Global Nature Fund) before starting at SMI in 2021.