We have acknowledged our ESG responsibilities, with a plan for a sustainable future that includes clearly defined targets. The world is changing, and we are investing in new technologies and alternative ways of operating to ensure our people and our customers have the spaces they need to succeed.
It’s part of a wider journey in which we are encouraging our investors, contractors, consultants, service providers, capital advisors, industry bodies, regulators, and other community partners to support sustainable business practices. The collective impact of these individual contributions will lead to better environmental, social and economic outcomes for everyone.
We’ve adapted to the disruption of COVID-19 and continued to make substantial progress toward our 2025 sustainability objectives.
Improved climate score of B from CDP1,2 and a rating of A- on Supplier Engagement
50.0% reduction in greenhouse gas emissions2 against FY20 base year
Toitū carbonzero certified operations2
Commenced calculating and reporting embodied carbon on new developments projects with 3,241 tCO2e of unavoidable emissions offset
Completion of four rooftop solar energy systems with a further 716.0 KW being installed
New biodiversity initiatives with urban ngahere planned at two estates
Launch of Sustainable Finance Framework and successful $150 million green bond issue
Almost $400,000 contributed to community initiatives through the Goodman Foundation
1Formerly the Carbon Disclosure Project
2Certification encompasses Goodman (NZ) Limited, Goodman Property Services (NZ) Limited and Goodman Property Trust. It includes emissions from operational activities and from the buildings and spaces within the portfolio where the Manager has operational control.