Sustainability Policy

In 1987, the UN World Commission on Environment and Development (Brundtland Commission) made the first modern definition of sustainable development in its Report on Our Common Future: “Sustainable Development is a development where we meet the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.”

Today, there is a great need to rethink how we live our daily lives and how we do business in the face of the environmental and social complexities of the world. The world needs a more inclusive and sustainable future and an economy where businesses balance purpose and profit to meet these challenges.

We put sustainability at the center of our business strategy within the scope of our “Respect for the World, Respected in the World” vision, which enables us to create value for all our stakeholders. We are taking concrete steps today to make the future sustainable with the technology we have developed to move the planet, life, and our businesses forward.

Kula Oil and Emek Yem Industry Trade Inc. attaches particular importance to energy efficiency to prevent environmental, social, and economic risks arising from the climate crisis and to prevent the increase in energy unit costs from adversely affecting competitiveness. Kula manages the issue, which constitutes an essential part of environmental management, with an organizational approach that extends from senior management to business units.