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Combining the typical security of CDP bonds with the promotion of sustainable development in our country.
CDP’s commitment to sustainability comes from the specific nature of its business. In line with its role as National Promotional Institution, CDP’s strategic approach to sustainability aims to contribute to the achievement of the 17 United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, adhering to international standards and best practices.
CDP recognises the importance of its role in supporting sustainability and continues to operate by strengthening its commitment to sustainable finance tools, in line with social, environmental and governance standards.
Following on from the issue of the CDP’s inaugural Social Bond in November 2017, and in line with the Materiality Matrix and the priority themes of sustainable development identified by the Group, CDP has drafted a new Green, Social and Sustainability Bond Framework (the CDP Framework). This is in accordance with the Green Bond Principles, the Social Bond Principles and the Sustainability Bond Guidelines, published by the International Capital Market Association (ICMA) in June 2018.
These initiatives have enabled CDP to reach a wider audience of investors, including Socially Responsible Investors (SRIs), who are particularly interested in investments which are able to deliver added social and environmental value.
As specified the second on “Use of Proceeds” in its Framework, CDP can issue the following three types of bonds:
The proceeds of all “Green, Social and Sustainability Bonds” issued by CDP will be used to finance investments which fall under the categories listed below, with the aim of supporting the achievement of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.
Every “Green, Social and Sustainability Bond” can focus on one, more than one or all the above-mentioned categories, making it an important tool in contributing to the promotion of sustainable development.