Climate change & pollution are not only an environmental problem, but also a fundamental economic and social issue posing various risks to businesses. By integrating climate change issues into our business strategy, Salcon aims to minimize the impact to the environment through best environmental operating practices and reducing carbon emissions. Salcon tracks and discloses its environmental impacts, including emissions in its Integrated Annual Report. Emission calculation is based on Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) and Malaysian Green Technology and Climate Change Corporation (MGTC) carbon calculator and covers 100% of the Company’s scope 1 & 2 operation.
Our Key Commitments
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|Minimising pollution and maximising resource efficiency||
|Contributing to climate action||
To reduce Group energy consumption intensity by 50% per unit basis by 2026.
To reduce Group water consumption intensity by 10% per unit basis by 2026.
To reduce Group’s carbon emission intensity by 50% per unit basis by 2030 and achieve Net Zero carbon emission by 2050
Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD)
We voluntarily disclose our climate-related financial disclosures in four key pillars as recommended by the Taskforce for Climate-related Financial Disclosure (TCFD) starting in 2019. The TCFD was launched to help companies understand, measure and respond to climate change risks and opportunities. Whilst we have the building blocks in place to implement the TCFD recommendations into our existing management processes, we recognize that there are areas we need to strengthen specifically in terms of our strategy and disclosure on metrics and targets.
|Core Elements||Salcon’s Key Approaches|
|Metrics and Targets||