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Tianqi Lithium, a leading global supplier of lithium products, has been actively carrying out the planning of carbon neutrality. Based on the national development goals of "Carbon Peak" in 2030 and "Carbon Neutrality" in 2060 ("Dual Carbon"), Tianqi Lithium has actively addressed climate change and explored low-carbon development. Tianqi Lithium latest filings mentioned the keywords ‘Emissions’ and ‘Carbon’ most number of times in relation to 'Climate Change'.
Tianqi Lithium has implemented energy conservation and consumption reduction measures, and it has invested in renewable energy sources. It has also established responsible supply chain management and complied with relevant laws and regulations that have a significant impact on the company.
In 2022, the company reported its Scope 1 emissions at 117,958.94 tCO2-e and Scope 2 at 142,606.09 tCO2-e. The company has disclosed its total energy consumed and the percentage of grid electricity and renewable energy used. It has also disclosed its total water withdrawn and consumed, the percentage of recycled/reused water, and the percentage of total water withdrawn and consumed in regions with high or extremely high baseline water stress.
In conclusion, Tianqi Lithium has been actively carrying out the planning of carbon neutrality. Tianqi Lithium closely follow national policies on energy conservation and emission reduction, and promptly understand and comply with relevant regulatory laws and regulations. The company has incorporated ESG-related risks (including climate-related matters) into the company’s risk management and control system.