There is no denying that human activity has adverse effects on the natural environment. Our daily activities, the goods we manufacture and consume, and the ways in which we travel have an impact on our planet. To this end, we are working to reduce carbon emissions, increase the use of renewable energy, increase recycling rates, and generate positive impacts with our partners.


of Renewable Energy Certificates (RECs)


reduction in total energy consumption compared to FY2020/21

properties managed by Nina Hospitality achieved the highest Excellent grade in Management aspect of BEAM Plus Existing Buildings V2.0 Selective Scheme

Accelerating Low-carbon Transformation

The Group has acted rapidly and decisively to combat climate change and push forward our decarbonisation efforts. These actions include the establishment of carbon reduction targets validated by the Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi); the adoption of the Modular Integrated Construction (MiC) technique in a development project; revision of a previous decarbonisation plan to the “Chinachem Group Carbon Reduction Roadmap – CCG 3050+” (CCG 3050+); purchase of Renewable Energy Certificates (RECs), feasibility study to identify energy reduction opportunities, etc.

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Building Sustainable Places with Heart

The HKSAR Government announced Hong Kong's Climate Action Plan 2050, outlining the strategies and targets for combating climate change and achieving carbon neutrality to secure Hong Kong's future as a climate-resilient city.

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Valuing Our Resources

In line with the principles of a circular economy, the Group remains steadfast in managing our waste efficiently and seeks to reduce, reuse, and recycle waste across our operations.

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Co-driving Impacts with Our Stakeholders

Active collaboration with our key stakeholders, especially tenants and suppliers, continues to be critical in the Group's sustainability drive.

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Promoting a Green Living Style

Change begins with habit building. Green habits can positively affect the environment, the community, and the sense of well-being.

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Climate-related Financial Disclosures

We recognise the risks and opportunities that climate change presents to our business. The Group enhanced its responses towards climate change during the Reporting Period. Disclosures are made with reference to the Task Force on Climate-Related Financial Disclosures (“TCFD”) recommendations under the four core pillars: governance, strategy, risk management, and metrics and targets.

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