Neutral by nature

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Reducing our carbon emissions by 30% by 2030

Committed to sustainability, innovation and leadership, our aim is to reduce our carbon emissions by 30% by 2030. Every day, across all our business divisions and supply chains, we’re ensuring our carbon emissions are equal to net zero. We are empowering our staff, suppliers and clients to make their own changes. We want to work with clients to help create carbon neutral communities that benefit their customers, future generations and our environment.

Taking action

Continuing Climate Active certification

For two years now, we’ve been Climate Active certified. Australia’s carbon neutral certification is one of the most rigorous in the world. Our 2021 and 2022 Climate Active certifications are a proud acknowledgement that we’re reducing our negative impact on the environment, while supporting communities and biodiversity impacted by climate change. We are currently undertaking our 2023 submission. Every year we’ll continue to implement sustainability measures, purchase quality carbon offsets and ensure our carbon emissions remain at net zero. As such we are using more carbon neutral and Climate Active suppliers. We aim to educate our customers on products and services that have the lowest carbon emissions. Finally, we’ll continue to encourage and incentivise our staff in emissions reduction practices at work and home. This includes purchasing carbon offsets whenever we fly, for business or leisure.

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To offset any remaining emissions, we’re purchasing carbon credits from both local and global organisations. They reflect our passion for our flora and fauna, the ocean, renewable energy and the environment.

Kelp in the ocean

Restoring lost kelp forests

Organisation: Canopy Blue + The University of Western Australia
Mission: Restore over 100,000 hectares of lost kelp forest

Kelp forests provide ecosystem services, similar to those provided by coral reefs and tropical forests. Creating underwater habitats that support high biodiversity, kelp supply a physical structure for juvenile fish nurseries. Key species in a kelp forest include crayfish, octopus, reef fish and in many places, otters, dolphins, whales, seals and sea lions. Australia’s kelp forests form the Great Southern Reef which is a global biodiversity hotspot – many species are found nowhere else in the world! Kelp are fast growing organisms that absorb inorganic carbon from water and convert it into plant tissue.

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Growing forests and climate hope

Organisation: Greenfleet
Mission: Planting bio-diverse native forests in Australia and NZ

Greenfleet is a 25 year old not-for-profit organisation and Australia’s first carbon offset provider. It plants native biodiverse forests to restore critical ecosystems and capture carbon emissions. The forests it supports absorb carbon from the atmosphere, improve soil and water quality and provide vital habitats for wildlife. By planting 100-year protected native forests, Greenfleet is ensuring that carbon emissions are captured in a long-term sustainable way. Through partnerships with local communities and Traditional Owners, Greenfleet’s projects provide benefits for the country and communities in which we live and work.

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Harnessing the power of water

Organisation: Regreener
Mission: Providing clean energy through hydropower in India

The Parbati Hydroelectric Project is located on the Sainj river in India. The power of water is used to generate electricity; this energy is then transferred to the State Grid System. Hydro energy is a renewable, clean fuel source that produces few greenhouse gas emissions. The median GHG emission intensity of hydro energy is 20x less compared to gas. Hydropower also provides flood control, irrigation and water supply.  The project has generated employment for locals while improving quality of life. The project has also improved roads, medical facilities and water availability in the region.

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Powered by the wind

Organisation: Esinti Energy Production
Mission: Produce renewable electricity using wind as the power source

Wind power is one of the most commonly used environmentally friendly technologies in the global energy sector. The project, in Kinik, Turkiye, will have 34 wind turbines with a combined unit capacity of 8.200 kWm. The purpose of the project is to generate power in an efficient, clean, reliable and sustainable way. It lowers GHGs by replacing electricity generation from the Turkish national grid system (reducing its use of fossil fuels) with electricity generation from wind energy, which has zero emissions. The project also provides economic and social benefits to its surrounding area, having a considerable positive impact on local people.

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