released 22 November 2017

ClimateWorks is proud to share our latest impact report, titled ‘Building Momentum’. It covers many of our key achievements over the 2016-2017 financial year, which contributed to forward momentum towards our ‘net zero emissions by 2050’ future. As the report shows, ClimateWorks continues to deliver impact both through collaborative projects and our own initiatives.

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released 13 November 2017

Our 2017 Sustainability Report explores our sustainability performance over the past year. It outlines how we have engaged with our stakeholders to identify, prioritise and manage environmental, social and governance themes to continue to create value for our customers, our people, our communities, and make a positive impact on the environment in which we operate.

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released 18 October 2017

International non-profit, the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC), has released its 20th anniversary annual report. Over the last two decades the MSC has worked with scientists, NGOs and the seafood industry to set a globally recognised benchmark for sustainable fishing.

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released 18 October 2017

As Kathmandu celebrates our 30th anniversary this year, we’ve had a chance to reflect on how we’ve evolved as a company. This report demonstrates how our aspirations for sustainable practice have matured over the last three decades.

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released 16 October 2017

Brambles, the global supply-chain logistics company operating in more than 60 countries, primarily through the CHEP and IFCO brands, has published its Sustainability Review for the
2017 Financial Year (FY17). The Review includes updates on CHEP and IFCO’s sustainability programme and its progress towards its 2020 Sustainability Goals. These goals are based on the company’s Better Business, Better Planet, Better Communities, sustainability programme and are closely aligned with the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

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released 4 October 2017

Air New Zealand is setting out to do something rather different from most airlines. First, to take stock of all the many sustainability challenges that face us, both locally and globally, objectively assessing the existing data on a wide range of environmental, social and economic issues. Nothing new there. But Air New Zealand is then intent on working out an appropriate course of action
for addressing each and every one of those challenges, however inconvenient a process that might be.

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