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As a world-class corporate citizen, Delta is dedicated to developing its corporate social responsibility. To Delta, CSR encompasses sound corporate governance, balancing stakeholder benefits, focusing on environmental issues, protecting the Earth’s environment, promoting energy-saving education, and contributing to society. In 2015, Delta published the book “Delta’s Plan for Action on Climate Change” that describes the company’s environmental commitments, core technology and capabilities in energy efficiency and power electronics, as well as global businesses With Delta employees and partners involved, the book addresses climate action plans, shares their concerns on climate change issues, and enhances the Company's international influence.

Achievements on the “We Mean Business” Initiative
Delta has focused on climate change for a long time. Dealing with climate change is an extension of Delta and our corporate social responsibility commitments. Delta is a leader in publishing the 2015 Delta Climate Action Plan. We signed the "We Mean Business" initiative.We are committed to adopting a science-based emissions reduction target, to reporting climate change information in mainstream reports as a fiduciary duty, and to engaging in a responsible corporate climate policy.In 2018, Delta furthermore committed to electric vehicles and charging infrastructure.

Delta supports the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) established by the UN. Delta has worked toward achieving the SDGs through various projects, as stated in the first pages of this CSR Report’s Governance, Environment, and Society chapters. We have also correlated the 13 material topics identified by Delta stakeholders to the 17 SDGs, and focused on seven, including: 4) Quality Education, 7) Affordable and Clean Energy, 9) Industry Innovation and Infrastructure, 11) Sustainable cities and communities, 12) Responsible Consumption and Production, 13) Climate Action, and 17) Partnership for the Goals. These SDGs will serve as the direction of Delta’s efforts toward sustainable development. In addtion, twelve major issues were identified from Delta's stakeholders through materiality analysis. From the economic aspect, Innovative R&D, Information System Security Management, Customer Relationship Management, and Supplier Sustainability Management were included. From the environmental aspect, Climate Change, Green Product Responsibility, Energy Management, Water Resources Management, and Waste Management were included. From the social aspect, Talent Attraction and Retention, Labor rights and Labor Relations, Talent Management and Learning Development and Social Participation were included. All thirteen of these major issues specifically explain the results of Delta's investment and key development direction for the future based on “Strategic Direction”, “Commitments”, “KPI”, “Key Initiatives for Alignment with SDGs”, and “Future Plans”.

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