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Race to Net Zero - Globe

As part of Globe’s commitment to set science-based targets through the SBTi, the company has identified an interim voluntary reduction target of 4.2% linear annual reduction rate (LARR) for its Scope 1 and 2 emissions, pending SBTi verification and approval.

Summary of GHG Emissions in tCO2e

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FY 2020 FY 2021 FY 2022
Scope 1 Emissiona 36,362.04 51,139.43 54,196.75
Fuel Combustion (Stationary)b 31,649.19 41,877.33 45,025.25
tCO2 (Carbon Dioxide) 31,211.93 41,298.56 44,402.75
tCH4 (Methane) 3.41 4.43 4.68
tN2O (Nitrous Oxide) 433.86 574.35 617.82
Fuel Combustion (Mobile)c 4,712.85 5,281.63 6,300.22
tCO2 (Carbon Dioxide) 4,656.26 5,218.71 6,228.12
tCH4 (Methane) 5.24 6.06 8.4
tN2O (Nitrous Oxide) 51.35 56.86 63.7
Fugitive - Refrigerantsd 0 3,980.47 2,871.28
Scope 2 Emissionse 409,208.43 457,302.65 431,790.91

(Based on average grid emission factor)

424,163.82 522,939.07 517,382.47
(Based on supplier-specific emission factor)
409,208.43 457,302.65 431,790.91
Total Emissions 445,570.47 508,442.08 485,987.66
GHG Emissions Intensity (tCO2e/Billion Pesos Gross Service Revenue) 3,043.76 3,339.24 3,076.28

Reduction in overall emissions in 2022

Scope 1

Scope 1

Increase in stationary and mobile emissions due to reopening of economy and impact of natural disasters

Scope 2

Scope 2

Decrease due to increase in sites running on renewable energy, energy management system, and sale and transfer of sold towers

In preparation for its SBTi target submission and validation, Globe undertook a comprehensive GHG baseline accounting and validation with South Pole for its 2021 Scope 1, Scope 2, and Scope 3 emissions. The company extended its emissions coverage beyond core telecommunication operations as part of its baselining activities. The full and updated GHG emissions of the Globe Group will be communicated once it has been validated by the SBTi.

Based on the initial results of the accounting, Scope 3 emissions account for approximately 1.8 million tCO2e or ~77% of the total GHG emissions of Globe.

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Scope 3 Category Emissions (tCO2e) Brief Description Percentage of Total Emissions Percentage of Total Scope 3 Emissions
Purchased Goods and Servicesa 1,327,126.00 Power and communication structures, data processing, hosting and related services, architectural, engineering and related services, other computer-related services, facilities and building management, etc. 55.8% 72.3%
Capital Goodsa 294,922.00 IT devices, power cables, generators, commercial structures, etc. 12.4% 16.1%
Fuel-And Energy-Related Activitiesb 166,770.00 Fuel extraction, production and transportation and grid transmission and distribution losses 7.0% 9.1%
Upstream Transport 9,530.00 Transport from suppliers, transport to customers paid by Globe 0.4% 0.5%
Waste Generated in Operations 66.00 Landfilling, recycling, etc. of waste generated in Globe's operations <0.1% <0.1%
Business Travel 3,475.00 Air travel, ground travel, hotel accommodation, etc. 0.1% 0.2%
Employee Commuting 4,618.00 Private transport, public transport, teleworking, etc. 0.2% 0.3%
Upstream Leased Assets 2,779.00 Electricity consumption of Globe-Owned Stores 0.1% 0.2%
Use of Sold Products 26,282.00 Mobile phones, tablets, broadband devices, etc 1.1% 1.4%
End-of-Life Treatment of Sold Products 42.00 Disposal and treatment of sold devices, its accessories, manual booklets, and packaging <0.1% <0.1%
Franchises 545.00 Electricity consumption of Globe Premium Dealers <0.1% <0.1%
Investments 0.10 Investments in diversified financials, telecommunication services, etc. <0.1% <0.1%
Estimated Scope 3 Emissions 1,836,155.10

Emission Reduction Strategies

To read more about Globe’s Net Zero Journey, please refer to pages 104-112 of the 2022 Globe Integrated Report.

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