September 2022

Celebrating its 50th anniversary this year, Kibar Holding returned from the USA with 3 separate awards for its sustainability activities report for 2021. Kibar Holding, which was awarded at the Vision Awards organized annually by LACP (League of American Communications Professionals), took important steps to increase its contribution to the United Nations 2030 Agenda with its 2025 Sustainability Strategy.

Kibar Holding's sustainability report for the last fiscal year received three separate awards from the League of American Communications Professionals (LACP). The report, prepared in accordance with Global Reporting Initiative standards, was deemed worthy of the Platinum Award for its pioneering practices in the sector. Kibar Holding, which received the Silver Award in the "Most Creative Report" category in the EMEA Region, also received the "Technical Achievement Award" for overall excellence in the art and method of communication.

Adopting a sustainable development approach, Kibar Holding and Group companies base all their activities on an economically, environmentally, and socially sustainable system that enables the transfer of resources to future generations. By addressing sustainability in all aspects, including combating climate change, transition to a circular economy, creating benefits for the environment and society, and equality of opportunity, it continues its activities with confident steps in line with the roadmap that will contribute to the "169 goals" planned by the United Nations to be realized by 2030. It monitors the "36 Goals" set within the scope of the 2025 Sustainability Strategy with "92 Performance Indicators" and transparently shares the realizations with the public.

In its 2021 sustainability report, Kibar Group, which has verified the relevant indicators announced in its sustainability report within the scope of the International Assurance Audit Standard and Assurance Audits Regarding Greenhouse Gas Declarations, continues to accelerate its efforts towards its zero emission target.