Status of Greenhouse Gas Emissions

Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Total Energy Consumption

Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Total Energy Consumption are shown below.

  • Note:Figures marked with “ ” have been assured by an independent assurance provider.
  • *1The greenhouse gas emissions are calculated based on the GHG Protocol. The boundary for Scope1 and 2 is the properties where the Hulic Group has control of energy management (30 properties in FY2019, 36 properties in FY2020, and 41 properties in FY2021). The unit calorific values and the emission factors are based on values in the Act on the Rational Use of Energy and the Act on Promotion of Global Warming Countermeasures. Until FY2020, greenhouse gas emissions from one hotel operated by a subsidiary were calculated based on our ownership ratio in that property, but starting in FY2021, emissions are calculated based on operational control. As a result, energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions increased by 55TJ and approximately 2,600 t-CO2e, respectively, compared with calculations based on the ownership ratio.
  • *2Thousand metric tons

Greenhouse Gas Emissions

  • Note:Figures marked with “ ” have been assured by an independent assurance provider.
  • Hulic manages the amount of permissible leaks as an administrator based on the Act on Rational Use and Proper Management of Fluorocarbons and they are included in the calculations of greenhouse gas emissions. Note that we do not report or disclose this data as the amount of leaks is below the reporting standards.

Total Energy Consumption

  • Note:Figures marked with “ ” have been assured by an independent assurance provider.

Green Procurement Initiatives

Hulic is working to reduce environmental impacts throughout all of our operations, and we ask our business partners, including suppliers, to cooperate with the following green procurement policy:

1. To engage in energy-saving activities and reduce GHG emissions;
2. To reduce the amount of water consumption as much as possible;
3. To carry out a biodiversity-friendly business;
4. To fully prevent environmental pollution; and
5. To make efforts to save resources and reduce the amount of waste.

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