We work closely with our team, customers, investors and foundation partners to ensure GMT is a sustainable business that contributes positively to society, for the benefit of all our stakeholders. By aligning our corporate responsibility and sustainability vision with our purpose, we believe we can make space for greatness for all our stakeholders.
Goodman’s own+develop+manage business model represents its core commercial functions. It is supported by the three pillars of a sustainability framework that guide our actions.
The three pillars of our sustainability framework include:
We’re challenging ourselves to do better, and do more for the benefit of all, across each of these areas. It includes reporting on a range of non-financial metrics, monitoring progress against future targets and being accountable for our performance. View our Sustainability Annual Report 2020
Releasing its FY20 GHG Emissions Inventory reflects Goodman’s commitment to monitoring and managing its greenhouse gas emissions. Its commitment to mitigating the impacts of climate change includes the target of being carbon neutral by 2025.
A commitment to environmental sustainability was the catalyst for a large-scale project to improve the energy performance of Goodman’s office portfolio in the VXV Precinct, the commercial area between the Viaduct and Wynyard Quarters of Auckland City. The seven buildings provide more than 88,000 sqm of high-quality office space and accommodate a workforce of around 7,000 people.