Submitted by webmin on Fri, 03/15/2024 - 15:44

As a responsible property developer, Eupe recognises the ongoing and future impacts of manmade climate change and seeks to both reduce its carbon footprint, while managing climate change risks across our business operations.

Our climate change policy formalises our commitment to on the one hand, developing business strategies and operational practices that help lessen our impacts on climate, while enhancing the community’s resilience to global warming. Though these measures, we support the transition to a net-zero economy.


  1. Climate Mitigation
    • Greenhouse Gas (“GHG”) Emissions Reporting: Track, monitor and report our GHG emissions, targets and performance across the Group’s operations.
    • GHG Emissions Reduction: Establish short- and long-term targets to reduce GHG emissions across operations.
    • Improve Energy Efficiency: Prioritise energy efficiency in all stages of property design and development through best practices and technologies – as well as the appliances and fixtures we select for the homes we design and build - that reduce energy consumption.
    • Harness Renewable Energy: Invest in and promote the use of renewable energy sources such as solar power in our properties to increase our contribution to renewable energy usage.
    • Sustainable Building Design and Construction: Integrate eco-designs that are based on best practice green building standards, utilise sustainable building materials where practical and adopt practices to reduce material waste and the use of natural resources.
    • Sustainable Procurement: Incorporate climate change considerations in our procurement process and encourage the use of low carbon and energy-efficient products and materials.
    • Biodiversity: Promote biodiversity within our developments by incorporating green spaces and sustainable landscaping designs that enhance and sustain natural ecosystems
  2. Climate Adaptation
    • Climate Integration in Business Strategy: Incorporate climate-related risks and opportunities into the Group’s business strategy and risk management framework.
    • Risk Assessment and Management: Regularly assess climate-related physical and transition risks and opportunities and implement strategies to mitigate these risks and enhance long-term sustainability.
    • Climate-Responsive Design and Processes: Implement designs and construction processes that respond to and provide protection against adverse effects of climate change.
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