On May 11, 2022, The release ceremonies of "Webcasting with ESG" and "Low-Carbon-Healthy Enterprise ESG Evaluation Index System" co-sponsored by the International WELL Building Research Institute (IWBI), the International Institute of Green Finance (IIGF) of the Central University of Finance and Economics, the Well Habitat Laboratory, and Beijing ZhongJianXie Certification Centre (JCC) were successfully held online. Professor Wang Yao, Dean of IIGF, Wang Haishan, Chief Expert and Chairman of JCC, and Simon She, President of Delos & IWBI China attended the meeting and delivered speeches. Lin Han, head of Well Habitat Laboratory, and Wei Jianxun, technical director of green and low-carbon business of JCC, delivered keynote speeches on topics such as ESG and green building, and introduced in detail the "Low-Carbon-Healthy Enterprise ESG" jointly developed by the three parties. Evaluation System".
Professor Wang Yao shared the impact of ESG on the financial market and the value of enterprises. She pointed out that ESG can supplement corporate non-financial information for the financial market and improve market transparency; good ESG performance can enhance company value. At present, Chinese regulators are gradually carrying out policy development steps to make ESG information disclosure mandatory, and the mandatory ESG information disclosure will become an inevitable trend. The "Low-Carbon-Healthy Enterprise ESG Evaluation Index System" builds a low-carbon-healthy ESG system with Chinese characteristics based on the local and international standards, and deeply quantifies the greenhouse gases directly or indirectly emitted by enterprises in all aspects of social and production activities. Corporate carbon accounting and disclosure, and further enhance the health and well-being of all space users by creating healthy building spaces and healthy communities.
Dr. Wang Haishan pointed out in his speech that finding a balance between low-carbon development and healthy living is an important opportunity for the upstream and downstream of the engineering and construction industry. challenge. At present, the renovation and design of low-carbon and livable buildings need to invest a lot of money. The "Low-Carbon-Healthy Enterprise ESG Evaluation Index System" can establish an important trustworthy mechanism for the market, realize data disclosure through the verification of carbon assets of buildings, and introduce national certification and testing mechanisms, thereby enhancing the construction industry's ESG performance. In terms of performance, improve the overall corporate credit level, and help the construction industry to carry out low-carbon transformation of investment and financing.
Simon She expressed his insights on the global ESG investment trend. He said that the industry trends in the market in recent years show that the integration of health, low carbon and ESG is an inevitable trend of the times and a new trend of ESG investment philosophy. With the global pandemic of COVID-19, the linkages between population health and the economy have been highlighted like never before. Investing in health means investing in a business's best resources—that is, paying attention to the people in the business. The global market is paying more and more attention to the importance of human health in enterprises and the impact of health on the world economy, and investment strategies will also focus on this direction in the future. Health, once considered the invisible H in Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) reporting, is now a key part of underpinning all ESG and will play a key role in companies assessing where to invest in the future. The future of investing is in health invest. In addition, he also expressed his expectation for the "Healthy Habitat and ESG Webcast Series" co-hosted by the four parties in the future, "I hope we can continue to work together in the future, deeply cultivate the health industry chain and industry heritage, and explore the integration and development of the industry and the ESG field. new path."
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