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Sep 27.2023

Glodon Low-Carbon Practice in the Built Environment Recognized among "100 ESG Best Practices of China Listed Companies"

From September 7th to 9th, the second Sustainable Financing and Investment (ESG) and Free Trade Port Construction Forum, with the theme "Sustainable Development for a Green Future" was held in Sanya, Hainan. The event brought together nearly 500 participants from government, industry, and academia to engage in discussions covering ESG market opportunities, ESG assessment and investment, and ESG development in the free trade port tourism industry.

During the forum, two significant announcements took center stage: the unveiling of the "100 ESG Best Practices of China Listed Companies" and the presentation of " the ESG Annual Figure of China Listed Companies". In recognition of Glodon's remarkable contributions to the realm of ESG and environmental sustainability, its case study titled "Build a Service Platform for Green Building Materials, to Advance Low-Carbon Development of the Built Environment", earned a coveted spot in the esteemed "100 ESG Best Practices of China Listed Companies". Furthermore, the forum's organizing committee bestowed upon Ms. Li Shujian, Secretary of the Board at Glodon, the prestigious title of "the ESG Annual Figure of China Listed Companies".

Glodon's featured case study accomplishes its objectives through the integration of diverse data sources, the implementation of platform-based management, and comprehensive oversight. This platform plays a pivotal role in assisting government agencies in the creation of a digital and information-driven management platform for green building materials. It offers invaluable support to pilot cities by facilitating the adoption of green building materials and the implementation of low-carbon practices in green construction projects. It aids in supplier identification, material selection, financial services, and carbon-related services, significantly enhancing efficiency for government agencies. Furthermore, it leads to cost reductions through large-scale government procurement, promoting low-carbon development in the construction sector and aligning with the "dual carbon" strategy.

Glodon's practical experience underscores the successful implementation of ESG governance tailored to local conditions, resulting in continuous value creation within the company's internal governance structure. This has played an indispensable role in safeguarding the company's long-term stability, fostering development, and mitigating risks. Looking ahead, Glodon's commitment to ESG practices will deepen even further. The company will steadfastly uphold the principles of digital building, remain true to its original vision, collaborate with industry partners, and exemplify corporate responsibility and dedication to digitalization. All these endeavors will contribute to the sustainable development of the built environment.