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CBA has always been engaged around environmental, social and governance issues and has worked proactively to become increasingly sustainable. In 2020 the Company evolved its sustainability strategy to continue to embed environmental, social and governance (ESG) considerations across all areas of the business and foster an ESG culture within the Company.

  • 10 levers:
    4 in the environmental pillar,
    2 in the social pillar and
    3 in the governance pillar,
    as well as 1 cross-cutting
    lever spanning all areas
  • 15
  • More than

    in investments planned
    in these programs
    through 2030

2030 ESG Strategy

CBA has decided that doing its part in building a better future is not enough. The Company aspires to lead and point the way to inspire its employees, partners, customers and suppliers. CBA’s goal for 2030 is to provide an offering of low-carbon aluminium products and sustainable solutions to the world’s problems, while developing the regions where it operates and positively influencing the end-to-end aluminium value chain.

As a shared responsibility, sustainability is among CBA’s commitments

Commitments for a better world

  • CBA maintained its commitment to the Global Compact’s ten principles on human rights, labor, the environment and anti-corruption
  • Within the Global Compact, the Company has actively participated in the Thematic Groups on Energy & Climate, Anti-corruption, Human Rights & Labor, and Action for the SDGs
  • CBA is one of the 15 companies selected
    to participate

    in the Young SDG Innovators Program, due to be launched in 2021
  • The Company supports the Agenda 2030 and its 17 Sustainable Development Goals, as well as the São Paulo Environmental Agreement, with CBA participating in meetings of the newly instituted Environmental Chamber for Climate Change
  • CBA newly joined the Science Based Targets initiative, under which the Company committed to set and meet targets aligned with limiting global temperature rise.
  • The Company is a member of the Brazilian Business Council for Sustainable Development (CEBDS)

Evolution of materiality assessment

CBA also revisited its materiality assessment in 2020 to identify the topics that are most material to the Company. The 11 topics were categorized into the three ESG pillars, in alignment with the Company’s sustainability strategy. Innovation and Technology, as an exception, has been classified as a cross-cutting topic spanning all three pillars.