Increase in renewable energy
consumption across the group
Decrease in residual
wastes reaching landfills
Project Design Document of
Project Kasibulan which follows
the UN REDD+ framework.
Tonnes of waste recycled
We embed sustainability into our processes as we answer the call for comprehensive action to address the complex intergenerational and international climate change issue.
As the Philippines commits to a 75 percent below-business-as-usual emission reduction by 2030, Ayala Corporation aspires to achieve netzero greenhouse gas emissions, and shall align its targets with global and national outlooks.
Ayala Corporation committed to net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050. We concluded a climate action gap analysis towards the end of 2021, and have recently started a comprehensive greenhouse gas footprint validation and accounting exercise for our four core business units. This shall translate to better management of our emissions. We have partnered with South Pole to help us chart our climate journey.
We are closely monitoring the progress of the Taskforce on Nature-related Financial Disclosures (TNFD), the first integrated approach to integrating nature-related risk and opportunity analysis into corporate and financial decision-making.
We are reducing our resource use by adopting environment-friendly technologies, promoting the efficient use of materials, and utilizing renewable sources of energy whenever possible. We also focus on proper waste management strategies that can significantly impact our emissions and incur savings for our different businesses.
Finally, understanding the physical impacts of climate change allows us to grow a strong and climate-resilient business portfolio.
Biodiversity and Management of Greenhouse Gas Emissions Policy
Energy, Water and Waste Management Policy
Board of Directors, Management Teams and Operational Teams of all Business Units
Nature as a Stakeholder
|Climate Change||5.3 M|
|Tonnes Co2e GHG emissions per equity share|
|Hectares of forests and mangrove ecosystems protected (Ayala Land, BPI, Globe, and ACEN)|
|Resource Efficiency||113 M Liters of fuel consumption|
|2,067 GWh total electricity consumption|
|921.8 M Cubic meters of water consumption|
|Waste Management||56,900 Tonnes non-hazardous waste generated|
|3,000 Tonnes of hazardous waste generated|