A message from the CEOs
We continued to build on our core ESG foundation by formalizing our net zero carbon commitment and expanding our social and governance initiatives while continuing to deliver strong financial returns and profitability to our clients.
Our sustainability programs add measurable long-term value to the properties we manage. Our sustainability scorecard offers a quick snapshot of the progress we’ve made towards our environmental, social, and economic goals.
Intensity of Energy Use
Intensity of Water Use
Waste Capture Rate
We believe that an environmentally sustainable approach to operating our buildings is simply a smarter way to do business. It helps us to increase the value of our buildings, minimize operational costs and create an attractive environment for customers while reducing our carbon footprint.
With the launch of several new green initiatives, Renfrew Centre in Vancouver raised the bar on their already exceptional environmental performance to earn a coveted LEED Gold Certification.
Epic manages risks and opportunities and generates long-term value for our clients, which informs our approach to managing environmental topics. We report on four material areas of environmental metrics: GHG emissions, energy, water and waste.
103 Street Centre’s asset management team reimagines their downtown Edmonton office building to attract a thriving new business community and help their tenants build meaningful connections.
Accountability and oversight are essential to ensuring sustainability practices are embedded throughout our lines of business and properly managed across our company and all our properties.
Making money matter: we can generate positive change in the long term by operating and investing responsibly now.
Underpinned by best practices in universal design, a bustling hub in the heart of Toronto transformed into a truly inclusive and welcoming space where everyone–regardless of their needs and abilities–feels safe, supported and valued.
Our local actions have a larger global impact. Aligning our goals with the UN SDGs enables us to contribute to the world’s action plan to address global environmental, social & economic challenges.
Powered with purpose and grounded by good governance, we take a ‘Cents and Sensibility’ approach to managing our triple bottom line.
Identifying the opportunities and risks associated with our sustainability priorities.
Mobilizing real change requires true collaboration; active listening & productive dialogue are fundamental to meeting our stakeholders’ needs and achieving our collective sustainability goals.
Our materiality assessment helps us to set priorities for our sustainability strategy.