In FY20 Goodman
Was awarded Global Sector Leader in the 2019 Global Real Estate Sustainability Benchmark (GRESB) Sector Leader award in the Industrial – Developer category
Completed a global climate risk assessment in accordance with recommendations by the Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD)
Has approximately 50MW of solar PV installed on rooftops across the global portfolio
Increased our target from 100MW to 400MW of solar PV capacity installed by 2025
Further entrenched design initiatives in our global development specifications such as solar PV, electric vehicle charging points, LED lighting and drought tolerant landscaping
Completed certified developments in Europe, the UK, Australia, Japan, China and the United States
Continued major water-saving initiatives at our Australian properties, reducing consumption by about 60%
Reduced energy use by approximately 15% across the Australian office portfolio
Contributed $13.7 million to community and philanthropic causes with a focus on disaster relief, particularly the Australian bushfires and COVID-19
Increased efforts to minimise the risk of modern slavery potentially occurring in our supply chains.
The strategy is structured around three pillars
Our sustainably designed, energy-efficient and professionally managed properties are strategically located to meet the business, health and well-being needs of our customers, and to remain resilient to tomorrow’s global challenges.
People and culture
Our workplaces promote the health, safety and well-being of our people and our customers. Our people are recruited and rewarded based on their commitment to our values, their local expertise and their long-term strategic and ethical thinking.
Our capital structure is sustainable and we have a positive impact in our global communities through the Goodman Foundation. We promote strong leadership and governance, engage regularly with our stakeholders and measure and disclose our financial and community impact.
Addressing the UN Sustainable Development Goals
The UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) act as a universal call to action to address the world’s most significant challenges including climate change, poverty, gender equality and good health and well-being for all. During the year, Goodman continued to be guided by nine of the 17 SDGs, which were identified as most material to our global business, customers and charity partners.
- 03 Good health and well-being
- 05 Gender equality
- 07 Affordable and clean energy
- 08 Decent work and economic growth
- 09 Industry, innovation and infrastructure
- 11 Sustainable cities and communities
- 12 Responsible consumption and production
- 13 Climate action
- 15 Life on land