ASUS ESG website, ASUS ESG goal
Environmental changes caused by climate change continue to impact the global economy and society. ASUS has adopted scenario analysis to identify the potential climate-related financial impact in the future. We adopted forward-looking and proactive climate actions, including incorporating renewable energy as part of business strategies, improving product energy efficiency with our software and hardware R&D capabilities, and driving low-carbon manufacturing transformation of the supply chain. For the purpose of fully reducing carbon footprint across operations.
Ensure that each year’s key products demonstrate energyefficiency that’s 30% above the Energy Star standard
Ensure that key suppliers achieve a 30% reduction in carbon intensity by 2025
Use 100% renewable energy in Taiwan-based operations centers by 2030; and in global operations centers by 2035
Relinquishing the linear economic model of take-make-dispose and transitioning toward a circular economy are crucial for corporate sustainability. ASUS included the impact in product life cycle into product design and increased the use of environmentally friendly materials. We developed green products to increase our green competitiveness. We also continued to expand the extended liabilities of the producer to provide take back services across the globe and increase resource usage efficiency. ASUS also leveraged digital tools to accelerate the development of the circular economy and ensure the safety of the R&D environment.
Promote sustainable procurement and increase the use of environmentally friendly materials in products and packaging by 100%
Expanding green competitiveness and increasing the proportion of Eco Labels revenue to more than 50%
The security of the R&D environment has been improved, and the coverage rate of international information security standards will reach 100% in 2025
Responding to the circular economy to improve the efficiency of resource use, and the global product recycling rate reaches 20%
Sustainability is no longer limited to the enterprise itself, but should also be expanded to the supply chain, to work with upstream and downstream business partners in creating shared value and bring about positive changes to the society. ASUS includs the sustainability performance of the suppliers as an evaluation item for procurement. We became a full member of Responsible Business Alliance (RBA) to ensure that supply chain processes comply with environmental standards, ensure labor safety and human rights across the workplace , and extend information security management to the supply chain to increase its resilience.
Achieve labor and human rights goals by following RBA Code of Conduct to complete 100% third-party audits of key suppliers and ensuring any necessary corrective actions are taken
Use responsible minerals by sourcing 100% of tantalum, tin, tungsten, gold, and cobalt from qualified smelters
Strengthen information security across the supply chain by ensuring that key suppliers demonstrate 100% compliance with information security regulations
In addition to fulfilling corporate social responsibility and creating economic growth we also expect to use core competencies in digital information to satisfy the needs of the environment and society, and create shared value. In the journey of sustainable transformation, we will drive the next wave of corporate growth and innovation, and explore new commercial markets which will serve as the driving force of corporate growth. We hope to nurture and recruit key talents who share the same goals as ASUS , further promoting social development and positive changes.
Intensify digital transformation and innovation efforts with the goal of a 100% increase in sustainable value creation
Strengthen industry/academia cooperative projects to cultivate more than 1,000 talents
When Sustainability Becomes an Important Parameter
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Our sustainable actions has earned high recognized internationally
Prime Level rating in the ESG Corporate Ratings from Institutional Shareholder Services (ISS)
Member of the S&P Global Sustainability Yearbook (2021, 2022)
One of the World’s Most Admired Companies in Fortune magazine (2015, 2016, 2018-2023)
2022 Asia Sustainability Reporting Awards
2020 Asia Corporate Excellence & Sustainability Awards - Asia’s Most Socially Responsible Company of the Year
FTSE4Good Emerging Index (2016-2021) and FTSE4Good TIP Taiwan ESG Index (2017-2021)
Morgan Stanley Capital International (MSCI) Constituent ESG Leaders Indexes (2014-2019)
The World’s Best Employers in Forbes magazine (2020-2022)
The highest honor - The National Occupational Safety and Health Award - Corporate Standard Award from the Ministry of Labor
Select as Carbon Clean 200 (2023)
Initiatives and Groups
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ASUS participated RE100 and announced the goal of using 100% renewable energy with more than 300 companies around the world. In April 2021, ASUS announced that the goal is to use 100% renewable energy and attain RE100 targets in operations in Taiwan by 2030 and in global operations by 2035.
ASUS is a founding member of the Taiwan Climate Alliance jointly initiated by eight climate-leading technology companies in Taiwan. It combines the strength of partners in the alliance and cooperates with international climate initiatives.
ASUS set science-based targets (SBT) for carbon emission reduction, following a 1.5°C reduction path towards net zero.
ASUS became a full member of Responsible Business Alliance (RBA) in 2018. We demonstrated our resolve for supply chain management and take on greater responsibilities as the producer.
In addition to refusing to obtain minerals through illegal means, which are referred to as conflict minerals in the international community, ASUS also pays attention to non-sustainable mining sources in Indonesia.