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      1. Climate change and energy management
        In recent years, as climate change worsens, the risk of natural disasters also increases every year. CMMT continues to elevate our internal energy efficiency by introducing various energy conservation measures and green energy, hoping to generate economic values through ongoing production and achieve the goal of becoming a low-carbon enterprise.
        GHG emissions
        The United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) has released a report on climate change, which suggests that the average global surface temperature has increased over the past half-century along with the global average sea level. The main cause of climate change is most likely human activities, including agriculture, industry, energy, transportation, etc., increasing greenhouse gas emissions caused by. CMMT is committed to reducing its emissions by continuing its environmentally friendly production activities.
        CMMT's GHG inventory follows the ISO 14064-1 standard and has been externally verified by an impartial third-party verification organization since 2010.
        CMMT’s GHG audit complies with ISO 14064-1:2006 standards, and the execution process complies with ISO 14066:2011, ISO 14065:2013, and ISO 14064-3:2006 standards.
        According to the 2019 GHG inventory results of CMMT, the main emission is attributed to electricity consumption, and the direct GHG emissions were 17,180 metric tons CO2-e/year, followed by CO2, CH4, and N2O generated by the use of natural gas in steam boilers.
        In 2020, CMMT production is scheduled to increase in response to market demand, resulting in slightly higher emissions compared to 2019. If the production capacity factor is taken into consideration, the GHG emissions by each unit of production between 2019 and 2020 are negligible.
        Year GHG emission category   Total emissions
        CO2 CH4 N2O HFCS Direct emissions Indirect emissions
        2018 50,707 108 8 2   17,426 33,399
        2019 49,259 113 8 2   17,180 32,202
        51,212 115 8 2   18,307 33,030