Environmental Management, Key Activities
With the arrival of a new climate regime in 2021, many countries and companies, including Korea, are declaring carbon neutrality, and the global economic system is being reorganized with a focus on responding to the climate change crisis. KTCU has explicitly expressed its active will to achieve 2050 carbon neutrality and contributed to the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions through eco-friendly buildings and photovoltaic facilities.
to UN SDGs
13. CLIMATE ACTION
13.1 Strengthening resilience and adaptive capacity to climate related hazards and natural disasters
15. LIFE ON LAND
15.2 Promoting the implementation of sustainable management of all types of forests, halt deforestation, restoring degraded forests and substantially increasing afforestation and reforestation globally
Eco-friendly campaign: “The-K Green Day”
KTCU hosts various environmental campaigns, such as plogging events, screening films on the environment, online tours, etc., to build a consensus on the need for environmental management and motivate employees.
Response to climate
Reduction of GHG emissions through eco-friendly buildings
KTCU has introduced new and renewable energy sources. It also acquired an eco-friendly building certification for its new office building and installed solar panels.
Economic effect through photovoltaic facilities
KTCU has installed solar and photovoltaic facilities at subsidiaries to promote eco-friendly management and reduce costs.
Became an official TCFD supporter to achieve 2050 carbon neutrality
Declaration of Coal phase-out
Business agreement with the Korea Social Responsibility and Solidarity Foundation
Adopting regulations in IPS (Investment Policy Statement) and amendment of regulations