Sustainability Governance

7.1. Sustainability Governance

CKI's Environment, Social and Governance working group comprised of members from relevant functions within CKI, including International Operation, China Infrastructure, Corporate Finance, Business Development, Finance & Accounting, Corporate Legal, Corporate Affairs, Company Secretarial, Planning & Investment, Internal Audit, Information Technology, Administration and Human Resources. To facilitate the coordination of activities among the business units within the Infrastructure division, it also includes designated personnel of Power Assets (including HK Electric), Green Island Cement & Alliance Construction Materials, UKPN, Northumbrian Water, Northern Gas Networks, Wales & West Utilities, Seabank Power, UK Rails, SA Power Networks, Victoria Power Networks, Australian Gas Networks, Dampier Bunbury Pipeline, Multinet Gas, Energy Developments, United Energy, Australian Energy Operations, Wellington Electricity, EnviroNZ, Dutch Enviro Energy, Portugal Renewable Energy, ista, Canadian Power, Park’N Fly, Canadian Midstream Assets and Reliance Home Comfort.

In managing and reporting the sustainability performance of the division, the sustainability working group identifies and assesses material sustainability aspects of the operations. CKI's management provides confirmation that appropriate and effective sustainability risk management and internal control systems are in place.