Countries are actively developing heavy industries, manufacturing, and infrastructure to drive market growth, but they often pay environmental costs accordingly. Approximately 70% of global greenhouse gas emissions come from infrastructure construction and operations, such as power plants, buildings, and transportation. What will be the effect of promoting society's emphasis on low-carbon manufacturing?
In recent years, Sustainable Development Goals (SDRs), Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), and Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) are terms that have become more and more frequently heard among international companies and listed OTC companies. Their evaluation scores have become increasingly important to supply chains and consumers, and have become indicators for corporate evaluation and financial planning. In addition to manufacturing regulations, companies are paying more attention to corporate governance information and CSR reports. Whether in the service industry, catering and food industry, financial industry, real estate construction industry, hospitals and government agencies, colleges and universities, or global SMEs, companies have stepped up to contribute to "sustainable development".
Green Manufacturing, also known as environmentally conscious manufacturing, is a manufacturing model that considers environmental impact and benefits.