Charter Hall Group’s Sustainability Policy (https://www.charterhall.com.au/About-Us/Corporate-Governance/) outlines the Group approach to identify and manage material climate-related risks and opportunities stating,
“We are committed to playing a leading role in achieving a sustainable future by:
• Actively addressing and managing our impact through optimising the use of resources, minimising our carbon footprint, waste and pollution and protecting the environment in which we operate; …
• Assessing and incorporating the effect of climate change risk, adaptation and resilience into our investment and business decisions…"
Charter Hall disclose climate change as a material issue and the initaitives and targets to address climate change resilience for the property portfolio and our customers in our annual Sustainability report. https://charterhall.reportonline.com.au/fy18/sustainability-report/.
The Charter Hall Group Shared Value Framework outlines our actions and progress in identifying and managing material climate-related risks and opportunities. The strategy to identify and manage climate-related risks includes undertaking a climate risk assessment of all Charter Hall buildings and the preparation of climate change adaptation plans across our office, retail and industrial portfolios, integrating mitigation intiatives into operational risk processes and capital works planning.
The strategy to identify and manage climte-related opportunities includes the development of a pathway to net zero, iimrpoved energy efficiency of all buildings in the portfolio and investment in renewable energy.
Outcomes and targets to identify and manage climate-related risks and opportunities during FY18 can be found at https://charterhall.reportonline.com.au/fy18/sustainability-report/, specifically https://charterhall.reportonline.com.au/fy18/sustainability-report/about-charterhall/introduction.html and https://charterhall.reportonline.com.au/fy18/sustainability-report/eco-innovation/our-commitment.html.