CapitaLand Investment Further Increases Focus on Reducing Scope 3 Carbon Emissions as Part of its Decarbonisation Journey

June 20, 2024 EcoVadis EN

CapitaLand Investment Limited (CLI) has incorporated three new Scope 3 categories deemed material to its operations – Purchased goods and operations, Fuel- and energy-related activities, and Upstream transportation and distribution – and expanded the scope of the Capital goods category following the latest review of its full inventory of Scope 3 emissions, emissions hotspots and key decarbonisation levers across its value chain, as detailed in its 15th Global Sustainability Report. CLI also bolstered its reporting in existing categories, such as tenant consumption, enabling improved initiatives with tenants and the supply chains. The widened scope reaffirms CLI's commitment to action on its sustainability targets and a focused execution progress charted by its 2030 Sustainability Master Plan (SMP).

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