CapitaLand Integrated Commercial Trust - Sustainability Report 2022

CICT is committed to environmental sustainability and value creation by leveraging technologies, tools, education and analytics in optimising the usage of energy, water and waste management across our properties. CapitaLand’s Environmental Management System (EMS) isakeytool inmonitoringandmanagingCICT’s environmental footprint across the portfolio. This EMS is integrated with CapitaLand’s Occupational, Health and Safety Management System (OHSMS) to formCapitaLand’sEnvironmental, HealthandSafety Management System (EHSMS). CapitaLand’s EHSMS is audited by a third-party accredited certification body to ISO 14001 and ISO 45001 standards. ISO 14001 and ISO 45001 are internationally recognised standards for the environmental management of businesses and occupational health and safety management of businesses respectively. All staff are involved in reducing CICT's environmental footprint. They are encouraged to be forthcoming and to report all incidences of environmental-related issues and complaints, as well as incidences of non-compliances and nonconformities. Internal and External Audits CapitaLand has in place an internal audit system to ensure the conformance and effective implementation of its EMS to ISO 14001 international standards. External audits are conducted annually by a third-party accredited certification body. Since 2017, CICT’s properties in Singapore are ISO 14001 certified. CAPITALAND ENVIRONMENTAL, HEALTHAND SAFETYPOLICY As an international corporate social citizen, CapitaLand is committed to protecting the environment and upholding the occupational health and safety of everyone in the workplace*, and will: • Carry out exemplary EHS practices to minimise pollution and health and safety risks • Seek continual improvement on its EHS performance • Comply with pertinent legislations and other requirements • Implement the CapitaLand Sustainable Building Guidelines and Occupational Health and Safety programmes This policy is readily available to all staff, suppliers, service providers and partners. * This includes implementing the EHSMS. STAKEHOLDER ENGAGEMENT Engaging Tenants to Go Green Beyond developing environmentally sustainable properties, and operating them according to best practices, CICT understands the vital role that end-users of its buildings play. Collaboration with tenants is becoming more important to influence and support their sustainability goals. A green lease programme has been implemented for Singapore properties where minimum equipment and lighting efficiency requirements are stipulated to tenants. More than 85% of properties by net lettable area have implemented green leases. For all its properties in Singapore, a green fit-out guide is given to new tenants to encourage adoption of greener fit-outs, lighting efficiency requirements and promote green practices and behaviour. CapitaLand Integrated Commercial Trust 20 Managing Environmental Footprint Environment