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Holcim shared its environmental sustainability plan with INCAE students

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thumb holcimHolcim presented its 2030 Plan to reduce its environmental impact at the Sustainable Development Principles class on January 11. "We at LafargeHolcim are convinced that sustainability is serving our business strategy and is key to leverage our growth," said Gustavo Soto from Holcim's Environment Department.

Holcim's methodology not only measures the company's economic value but also the economic value and the impact of social and environmental activities. Holcim's leadership aims to transform the industry and inspire the construction sector to play a more active role in addressing today's main environmental and social issues.

Mónica Gutiérrez, Gustavo Soto, and Catalina Mora spoke about the 2030 Plan containing Holcim's commitment and sustainability strategy. Specifically, the plan aims to reduce carbon dioxide emissions along the value chain, seek sustainable solutions to use waste as resources and to improve people's quality of life by promoting their safety and health, among its major goals.

Holcim also recognizes the importance of good relationships with stakeholders, so it engages in community projects and interaction with a large number of stakeholders as part of its business strategy.

Students were interested in learning more about Holcim's business model and how Holcim handles the challenges it faces and the goals it has set for itself. In closing, the speakers showed images of quarry rehabilitation, where Holcim has invested to restore flora and fauna.

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