Paul Dickinson co-founded the Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP) in 2000 with the ambitious aim of engaging the investment and corporate communities to work together to tackle the issues of climate change. Leading the team, Paul Dickinson has built up a global collaboration of over 385 of the world's largest institutional investors, holding over $57 trillion in assets under management.
Paul Dickinson is also founder and Chair of EyeNetwork - a video conferencing system which offers corporations the ability to meet clients globally, from the comfort of their own office. He has conducted extensive research into how increased use of video-conferencing can be incorporated into business strategy to make a considerable reduction in corporate emissions generated through travel.
Prior to founding CDP, Paul Dickinson founded and built a corporate communications company, Rufus Leonard, into a multi-million turnover company, working with clients such as Shell and the Prudential.
Paul is also an established author and expert on business development, corporate branding and the role the corporate community can play in bringing about positive change.