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China Jinmao Holdings Group, a Chinese real estate developer, has released its Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) report for 2022. China Jinmao's latest filings mentioned the keywords ‘Carbon' and 'Green Buildings' most number of times in relation to 'Climate Change'.
China Jinmao's comprehensive energy consumption increased from 3.64 to 5.26 (10,000 tonnes) of standard coal between 2020 and 2021. However, the company's comprehensive energy consumption per unit decreased slightly from 0.00438 to 0.00460 tonne of standard coal/m2 during the same period. The report also shows an increase in natural gas and purchased electricity consumption, while petrol and diesel consumption decreased.
In May 2021, China Jinmao was invited to the 17th International Conference on Green and Energy-efficient Building & New Technologies and Products Expo to share the Company's practice in green development and reflections under the new situation. The Company also hosted a parallel forum on "Climate Change" city operation practices under the theme of "Carbon Neutrality Led by Technology and Empowered by Digital Transition".
In conclusion, China Jinmao Holdings Group is committed to achieving lower emissions and reducing its carbon footprint. While the company's comprehensive energy consumption has increased, its comprehensive energy consumption per unit has decreased slightly. China Jinmao has also invested in renewable energy projects and implemented a community investment policy.