Throughout our history, Braskem has achieved many sustainable development milestones and objectives achieving approximately 85% of its sustainable development Macro Objectives defined in 2009 for 2020 that included mainly: 53% reduction of Braskem's accident rate, reduction of the intensity of GHG emissions by approximately 17% between 2008 and 2020 and expansion of its resins production from renewable feedstock becoming global leader in the bio-polymers production capacity.
As we have entered a new decade, we started the construction of new challenges for the 2020-2030/2050 cycle, adapting and updating the goals for new global demands. Building new commitments was a complex journey that took months and involved more than 500 global team members and leaders. In September 2020, this process reached a milestone with the Board of Directors approval of our Global Sustainable Development Strategy. Our strategy was built based on analysis of global challenges and trends, the Company’s Materiality Matrix and the results of business and supply chain Risk Management analysis. The new goals consider all dimensions of sustainable development: economic, social, and environmental, and are aligned with the Paris Climate Change Agreement and with the UN Sustainable Development Goals - maintaining greater priority on the SDGs where we have the biggest impact.
CDL’s value creation business model is developed over the last two decades, anchoring on our ethos of “Conserving as We Construct” established in 1995. The Future Value 2030 value creation model encapsulates our role as a developer, an asset owner and a corporate citizen, and guides us in creating sustained value for our business and our stakeholders. CDL’s sustainability efforts are aligned with 14 relevant SDGs– 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, and are based on CDL’s positive and negative impacts on our material ESG issues. The CDL Future Value 2030 sustainability blueprint sets goals for our integrated sustainability strategy towards 2030—a milestone year for sustainable development and the global climate agreement.
Designed and built by CDL with industry partners in 2017, the Singapore Sustainability Academy (SSA) is the first ground-up initiative and zero-energy facility in Singapore dedicated to capacity building and thought leadership for climate action and SDGs. Since its opening on 5 June 2017 to end-2020, the SSA has hosted more than 450 sustainability-related training programmes and advocacy events, involving over 18,300 attendees.
In partnership with UNDP, raiSE, Social Collider and Global Green Economic Forum, Incubator For SDGs is a rent-free workspace at Republic Plaza for selected social enterprises and start-ups that are aligned with one or more SDGs. These companies can tap into an extensive network of management experts to help them scale up and reach out to potential investors and markets.
The CDL-GCNS Young SDG Leaders Award is an annual business case competition that empowers and cultivates youths into future sustainability champions, equipped with the skills and know-how to integrate SDGs into business strategy and operations. The competition has attracted the participation of more than 2,400 youths over the past 10 years.
Following a phase of great transformation that allowed Eni to grow and diversify its portfolio, while strengthening its financial organisation, Eni initiated a new phase in the development of its business model, strongly oriented towards the creation of long-term value, combining economic/financial and environmental sustainability.
Based on these principles, a new strategy has been defined in 2021 to relaunch short, medium and long-term operational objectives, which outline the integrated and evolutionary path of individual businesses and which will lead Eni to carbon neutrality in 2050, in line with the scenarios compatible with keeping global warming within 1.5°C. This strategy is supported by a business model which organically combines its business plan with the principles of environmental and social sustainability, extending its range of action along three pillars:
In July 2021 we launched our refreshed global sustainability strategy, PlanBeyond 2.0. It maps to six core SDGs with corresponding Sustainable Business Objectives relevant to our company including long-term targets for each.
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SDGs are integrated into Leonardo business strategy and value creation model.
In 2020, we achieved the following milestones:
In pursuing its purpose, Energy to inspire the world, included in the company’s bylaws in early 2021, Snam reconciles its strategic decisions and investments focusing on SDGs closest to its mission, purpose and activities. In this contest, a Net Zero Strategy has been developed for reaching net zero emissions in Snam’s operations by 2040 (Scope 1 and 2 emissions) with intermediate milestones at 2025 and 2030. Moreover, a ESG Scorecard with 22 ESG KPIs linked to SDGs with targets till 2023 has been launched. In conjunction with the approval of the 2020-2024 Strategic Plan, Snam carried out an analysis to confirm the alignment between the SDGs and its investments. The analysis showed that SDG’s investments are 40% of the Strategic Plan and highlighted the SDGs more impacted: 7, 13, 9 and 11 (mentioned in order of priority).