Greenhouse Gas Emissions

Greenhouse gas emissions refers to the various strategies, policies, and actions to track and decrease the amount of greenhouse gases released by the Group’s operations. 

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Why It Matters to Us

Greenhouse gases are the driving force behind climate change, and we understand excess atmospheric greenhouse gases stem primarily from human activity. As a company running operations across Southeast Asia, we understand that our carbon emissions will be significant. We can no longer continue to ignore or be willfully blind to our impact. Having yet to measure our impacts, our first step is to understand and inform ourselves of our impact by calculating our scope 1, 2, and 3 emissions. Our first goal is to set a baseline to start working towards measurable changes. It will be challenging to find ways to lower our carbon emissions, but we intend to adhere to global sustainable development goals and targets, build awareness, and improve our processes to fulfill our roles in combating larger ecological and humanitarian issues at stake.

Key Strategies

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Commit to Global Standards - Adhere and align our business operations to the global Net Zero emission goal.

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Measure & Track - Measure and track yearly scope 1, 2, and 3 emissions with clear emission reduction plans and strategies.

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Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions - Execute emission reduction and offset plans via more climate-friendly initiatives and innovative business practices.

Initiative Highlights

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Scope 1 emission data collection: Mobile Combustion, and Fugitive Emissions from Air Conditioning
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Scope 2 emission data collection: Purchased Electricity
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Scope 3 emission data collection: Business Travel and Employee Commuting

In The Pipeline

Set short-, mid-, and long-term emission reduction targets and plans 

Establish year 1 (financial year 2023) greenhouse gas emission baseline

UN Sustainable Development Goals​