Sustainability is increasingly embedded in what we do.

Since the adoption of our ESG strategy in 2019, we have made promising headway across our strategic themes, especially in terms of climate-related impacts and health and safety.

You can click on the images below to learn more about our ESG strategy and execution, or for further detail, see our latest reports at the bottom of this page.

Strategy
Strategic Pillars Strategic Themes
  • Health, safety and wellbeing
  • Resource efficiency
  • Long-term thinking
  • Taking care of our team
  • Looking after our tenants
  • Responsible property ownership
  • Delivering for our investors
Execution

PFI’s approach to sustainability extends across a wide range of commitments and topics. Some highlights from the last two years are set out below. PFI’s approach to sustainability extends across a wide range of commitments and topics. Some highlights from the last two years are set out below.

During 2020, we:

  • enhanced our health, safety and wellbeing systems;
  • released our first climate-related disclosures (TCFD) report; and
  • committed $2 million to phase out especially harmful refrigerant gases from our heating, ventilation and air-conditioning (HVAC) systems.

During 2021, we:

  • began replacing environmentally harmful refrigerant gases with a more modern gas that has a much lower impact on the environment;
  • took positive steps to address our indirect carbon emissions associated with our supply chain;
  • supported our tenants, our team and our communities with the ongoing challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic; and
  • further built our capability to evaluate and respond to climate-related risks.

PFI is proud to be certified Zero Carbon Business Operations with Ekos. We have measured and offset the carbon footprint of our business operations* for 2021 with certified carbon credits. These certified carbon credits are sourced from projects that grow and protect forests in Aotearoa and the Pacific Islands and help to deliver climate resilience, waterways protection, erosion control, biodiversity conservation and community economic development.

 

*Including Scope 1 and 2 emissions and the following Scope 3 categories: Waste, business travel, energy and fuel, and employee commuting; excluding goods and services and capital expenditure.

If you would like to learn more about our sustainability approach, you can read our Sustainability Report, Climate-related (TCFD) Disclosures, and Investor Presentation by clicking the links below, or you can contact us here.