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Sustainability ESG

ESG stands for Environment, Social, and Governance, and it refers to non-financial factors that should be critically considered in corporate management or investments.

esg 소개
  • Climate change and carbon emissions
  • Resource and waste management
  • Environmental pollution and environmental regulations
  • Responsible procurement and sourcing
  • Ecosystem and biodiversity
  • Customer Satisfaction
  • Supply Chain Management
  • Human Rights and Gender Equality
  • Employee Safety
  • Community Relations
  • Privacy
  • Board of Directors and Audit Committee
  • Corporate Ethics
  • Bribery and Anti-Corruption
  • Fair Competition
  • Lobbying and Political Donations
  • Compliance

Management Vision Implementation Direction

ESG 경영
Strategic Direction 01

Strengthening Strategic ESG Integration

Deriving key strategies and identifying ESG strategic objectives aligned with the business, as well as developing performance metrics.

→ Maximizing Synergy
Strategic Direction 02

Establishing an ESG Regulatory Compliance Framework

Establishing an integrated ESG response framework through the review of domestic and international initiatives and predicting regulatory scenarios.

→ Minimizing Risks

Management Vision Key Focus Areas

  • 환경 경영 체계 구축

    Establishing an Environmental Management System

    Managing Environmental Compliance Establishing and Managing Carbon Emission Reduction Goals
  • 투명한 기업 지배 구조 확립

    Establishing Transparent Corporate Governance

    Enhancing Corporate Governance Transparency and Combating Corruption Improving Information Disclosure and Data Accessibility
  • 사회를 위한 책임 경영 내재화

    Integrating Social Responsibility into Business Operations

    Expanding Corporate Social Responsibility and Respecting Human Rights and Diversity Creating a Safe and Sustainable Environment
  • ESG경영 강화를 위한 조직개편

    Organizational Restructuring to Strengthen ESG Management

    Establishing an ESG Committee and Enhancing Business Transparency through Audits