NZ Post have developed a ‘decarbonisation roadmap’ to help guide actions across the business and the way the whole organisation thinks about reducing carbon.
Reducing energy use in our commercial buildings is an important part of our response to climate change. Our Christchurch office has the highest NABERSNZ whole building rating.
SKYCITY Auckland diverted the equivalent of 142 buses of food from landfill, reducing their emissions by 15% in one year.
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BNZ is one of New Zealand’s largest banks employing over 5000 people nationwide. In 2010 they made the switch to Fairtrade coffee, tea and sugar.
Auckland Airport has had a sustainability policy in place since 2008 and in the same year signed an Airport Council International (ACI) declaration on climate change, confirming its desire to work towards carbon neutrality.
Employing young, sole parents makes sense for SKYCITY. The company is focussed on growing future talent and SKYCITY says the Welfare to Work programme fits nicely with the business’ work on sustainability.
Two young mothers thriving in work have come through the Welfare to Work programme and are now SKYCITY employees in the Koru Lounge at Auckland airport.
As one of New Zealand’s largest beverage companies, Lion sees the Welfare to Work programme as a way to actively help address high unemployment levels in New Zealand while embracing a more diverse workforce.
4Sight is determined to take action within their own organisation; they didn’t accept that business growth had to mean a growing footprint as well.
The Resilient New Zealand report has been developed by IAG, BNZ, Vodafone, BECA and the New Zealand Red Cross. Contributing More: Improving the role of business in recovery identifies important lessons for business.