Biodiversity Conservation and Restoration

Biodiversity is a cornerstone of human welfare, environmental protection, and economic prosperity. In line with the UN Convention on Biological Diversity, SDG14 (conserve and sustainably use the oceans, seas and marine resources), SDG15 (Protect, restore and promote sustainable use of terrestrial ecosystems), and the TNFD (Taskforce on Nature-related Financial Disclosures) framework, ASEH has adopted the TNFD-LEAP approach to assess biodiversity risks posed by our operations. In 2023, ASEH’s facilities in Taiwan began to implement environmental reliance and impact analyses to identify potential risks and opportunities and formulate the corresponding strategies and KPIs. We are also developing environmental protection campaigns together with various stakeholders in Taiwan. We hope to establish the same programs and achieve similar outcomes at our facilities overseas, and become an industry role model in fostering a business model conducive to coprosperity with Nature.
ASEH required its subsidiary, Siliconware Precision Industries (SPIL), to not only comply with regulations in the construction of new buildings at the CTSP Huwei Park, but go a step further and assume responsibility for the ecological restoration of nearby parklands. SPIL initiated the parkland restoration plan in 2023, focusing on growing native vegetation. In addition, by applying food forest concepts, SPIL is aiming to build a model industry park that demonstrates leadership in ecological restoration, environmental education, and local community engagement.