Transitioning towards Low-Carbon Resilience
To gradually transition towards a low-carbon future and build climate resilience, ASEH adopts a four-prong approach through low-carbon strategies, a comprehensive management framework, socially responsible actions and performance-oriented results. We begin by establishing a clear-cut strategic axis for low-carbon transition and then applying international management standards to strengthen internal systems and taking responsible actions to improve production models and create green value with our value chain partners. We would subsequently track and evaluate the results of our performance.
- Integrated carbon management: promoting low-carbon development through energy saving, green energy and energy storage
- Low-carbon energy investments: investing in green and renewable energy sources to lower environmental and external social costs
- Climate solutions: providing the global market with feasible low-carbon solutions
- Sustainable lifestyle: Promoting and internalizing a sustainable way of life by fostering a low-carbon culture internally and contributing low-carbon solutions externally.
Comprehensive management framework
Managing climate-related risks and opportunities within ASEH’s enterprise risk management (ERM) framework by adopting the recommendations issued by the Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD, formed by the Financial Stability Board) yearly. Through the combination of scenario analysis, possible outcomes can be simulated from various uncertainties in climate change so as to control risks within acceptable parameters, thereby protecting and advancing the company’s overall interests.
Socially responsible actions
Risk and Opportunity
Climate change and energy resource management present a host of challenges and opportunities, and developments in climate policy...
Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Management
ASEH has deployed Scope 3 emission reporting, submitted Science Based Target initiative, SBTi and increased the use of renewable...
Energy Resources Management
Most operating locations of ASEH subsidiaries receive their energy from public electric grids while a few locations use self-generated...